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GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE, ' 



DELIVERED BEFORE THE SENATE AND ASSEMBLY, JAN. 11, \m^ 



Gentlemen of the Senate and Asiembly 

Oar flret duty is to givo thanks to Almighty G^od for all His mercies 
'to «s doriog tho past year. The people of no nation on earth baTe* greater 
;canso to be thankfiil than haye ourpeople. The enemied of the cotintry 
have been bverthrowti in battle. The war has settled finally great ques* 
tions at issue between ourselyes, and there seems to be abundaqt reason to 
hope that a peace which shall neyer more be broken by internal strife is 
at length youchsafed to us. 

We mourned as no people eyer mourned before, when our beloyed Pres- 
ident was stricken down by the hand of the assassin. That his mantle has 
fidlen upon a patriot of snch approyed fidelity, and a statesman of sf oh 
earnest and upright purposes as Andrew Johnson, is a subject ofgust oon* 
gratulation, and renews our confidence that the JDiyine Hand, which hfis 
thus &r led our country through manifdd perils, still upholds it axtd di- 
rects its' destinies, • ^ 

Unlike former wars, the one through which we haye jusf passed has not 
been followed by commercial stagnation. Eyerywhere toe business of 
the dountry has sprung into Ufe with more than pristine yigor. ManuM 
fkcturers ^e pressed to the utmost limit of their power, to supply demandSf 
A milliou of men haye returned from the war. been disbanded in oui 
midst and resumed their former occupations, and|yet from all sides we 
hear the surest of all signs of national prospjsrity, complaints of the scarcity 
of labor. , , 

Within our own state we haye especial cause for thanksgiying. Our 
haryests haye yielded bountifully ^ the fruits of the earth nay^ found a 
ready market; the material wealth of the state has increased; urines haye 
Doused forth their Achest stores; commerce has thriyen; the people haye 
lessened ^heir indebtedness; manufactures haye flourished; labor has l>een 
in .Remand and commanded liberal compensation; so|l)er indusybry has 
eyerywhere brought its reward, and distress has been almost unknown. 



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IV 

The finaDces of our Stato are in good condition. Bj the timelj and 
wise legislation of jour predeoesfiors, the financial panic which threatened 
UB in the early part of last year was successfully avoided, our people 
were saved from loss, and the state was enabled to meet promptly all de* 
mands against it. Our credit is good, and our state debt so small that it 
can be easily paid whenever it is necessary. 

P The constitution makes it my duty to communicate to you the oondi- 
tion of the State, and to recon^aend to your consideration such matters 
as seem to me expedient. 

The reports of the various officers, made as required by law, are here- 
with submitted. 

FINANCES. 

The whole amount of state debt is as follows *., 

State boads held by indiTiduals, $747,700 

State bonds held bj trust funds, 194, 100 

Certificates of indebtedness, trust funds, 700,000 

Temporary loan from trust funds, 66S,000 

Currency receipts issued by treasurer, 869, 768 

ToUl state debt, .<.. « , Sa^66l,|»68 

Of which tbetre' is dueto tho sehool fund,.. t....^ 1, 156,100 

Qt whioh there is due, to the normal school fund,.,....,,.^^...... 818, 000 

Of which there is due to the unir^rsity fund, ^...^ ,. 88,000 

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Whole »motiDt due (rust funds,...'. $1,657,100 

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$558,200 of the state bonds have been taken up and cancelled by the 
dtate officers charged with that duty, during the past year, in accordance 
yfiih the 'provisions of section 3. chapter 282, general laws of 1865. 
'' Provision hAs been made for tne payment of $528,000, of the temporary 
loips. from the tifnst fundisi, atid the cnrrency receipt!? ($359,753) issued by 
the state treasurer, from the taxes collected for '^865. ' 

• Both amounts will be paid in February of this ycat, and wheq paid, the 
state debt will amount to $l,7'/o,770, a little more than two dollars for 
iach indiriJua In th^ state. * ' ' 

The balance of the temporary loan from tho trust fiinds,8135 ,000, w^s 
made after ,the levy of thetaxfot 1865, as it was not definely itknowu^^t 
the tim? the levy was made, how much would be necessary for the pay^* 
ment of' the extra pay to soldiers* femilT**^^ consequently there fs no {fro- 
Yision made for its payment. T rec^^Tt.mend that the time for the payment 
of the certificates of indehtedtiess given for that balance, bo indefioiticly 
extended, thus making it a pern^anent loan to the trust funds. 

By the terms of section 18, of chapter 820 of the general laws of 1865, 
the stato agrees to take up ni ^ar, its bonds owned by any insurance com- 
pany, and on deposit with the state treasurer, as required by the samo law, 
on the 1st day of January, 1870, should the owner of the bonds so oleofcL 

This will, in effect, be readily accomplished before that time arrives, by 
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iiy of proKiil laws, as rapidly aa possiUe, invest the trust funds under 
their «liarge in the outstanding. |[>ond8 of the state. They haye already 
adytftised for six hundred thousand dollars of thent for the iuTestmentof 
th^se funds, and when this amount is so invested, there will remain* but 
1147,700 of state bonds in th« hands of outside parties. 

The receipts into the trust funds during this year will, in all ,probabili- 
ty, be sufficient to retire this amount ; so that the whole amount of the 
state debt will then be due to the trust funds, where I hope it will perma- 
nently remain, as recommended in another portion of this message. 

I recommend the passage of a law authorizing the cancellation of all 
state bonds now held by the trust fhnds, and all others which may hereafter be. 
so Jield, and that certificates of indebtedness, running to the funds each 
separately, according to the amount d^ e from the state to each, not nego- 
tiable or transferable, be issued in their stead, by the proper officers. This 
will be a great conyenience to the financial officers of the state, and a mea- • 
suro of safety. 

Tho revenues of the state for the fiscal year are estimated as folfow^ : 

Balance in state treasury, September 30th, 1865, $185,268 01 

BankUz, (estimated) 86,0001)0 

From ndlroads axid insurance companies,. 196, 000 00 

Tax on suits, liceneee and boarding U. S. oonyiets,... 4,600 00 

Tmstftuds ayailable for war purposes, ;«...•• 200^000 00 

Skate taz,...,« » » 900,278 76 

Dae from the United States, on war claims, 160,000 00 

Total reyennes .' '.1,682,041 77 



It is confidently expected that the state authorities will be able to effect 
a full settlement with the United btates during the present year, and tlist 
the state will be Ailly reimbursed for all moneys expended for war pur- 
poses, which properly belone to the General Government to pay. Youoh- 
exB for a large amount are already filed with the proper auditing offieers 
at Washington, and in* process of settlement, and other vouchers are now 
being prepared for transmittal. 

Congress will probably enact laws during, its present session, which 
will fitcilitate the final adjustment of all claims of thia nature. 

There was received during 1865; from the United States, on aeoount, 
the sum of $300,238 26. 

The secretary of^ state estimates that the whole amount of expendi- 
tures from the state treasury for this fiscal year will be 11,677,900 00, 
for the following purposes, for ourrent expenses of state government, 
via: 

Stiaries aivd penaaaent appropriations $64,460 00 

Leglslatiye expenses, 70,000 00 

Miscellaneous expenses, 67,660 00 

$102, 100 00 

Balaaee due on appropriations, .-« > 61,800 00 

Appropriations not anticipated 80,000 00 



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Ii^Urest 04etatedebt, •...••...•• 160, OQO 00- 

Paymeni of tempor^tj loan from the trast niQ.d8, for war purposes, )S28;0OO^OO' * 
Dhe on ' currency receipts issued by tke state treasurer, pursuant to ' « ' 

ohapter 282, lawti of 1806, « 884,000 tD 

State prison and charitable institutions, ..»««..., « 123,000 5o 

War expenses, (extra pay to soldiers,) a, ..^••»........ 200,000 00 



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Total expenditures, >.. $1,677,900 00 

GSNBBAL FVNB. 

Thf' whole s;mount receiTcd into the general fund during the last 

fiscal year was • , $1,618,616 40 

Balance in the fund September SOth, 1864, 82, 849 85 

• $1, 650, 965 84 

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The disbursements amounted to $1,491,536 20. Balance in the fund 
September 30th, 1865, $159,429.14. 

The whole amount expended during the year for ordinary state expen- 
ses was $234,687 14, of which sum $88,000 were for the expenses of the 
last legislature. 

There was paid to the state prison and charitable institutions, the sum 
of $127,325 50. . ^ 

The balance of the disbursements were for transfers to other funds, 
payment of state debt and interest, and for other extraordinary purposes 
not connected with the usual expenses of the state, for the details of 
which, I refer you to the report of the secretary of state. 

The amount of productive normal school fund on the 30th day of 
September, 1865. was : 

Ihm on certificates,....^ ....w^..., :.. $180,547 87 

Due on mortgages, * » ;....... 186«084Qi^ 

Due on state bonds and certificates of indebtedness, 278, 000 00 ' 



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The receipt^ and disbursements of this fund during the last fiscal year 

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Beceipts— transferred from other funds, .(vl.>«.^... $95^658 89 

Disbursements— $88, 000 00 being loans, '. 91, 8Q^ 55 

Balance Sept. 80, 1865, . $4,845 05 

The receipts of the normal school fiind income for the last fiscal 

year amounted to, • 12,226 84 

Disbursements for the same time, for clerk hire, printing and pro- 
tecting lands, were 1,955 05 



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• Leading a balance in the fund Sept. 80. 1865, $10, 270 29 

Tha amount of productive drainage fund was, at the close of the 

last fiscal year, $56, 899 72 

TbertMipts during the year were, 27,824 24 



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TrftDftered to botbmI Boheel f^sd,w 14,104 

JhUm^^%n% tez aad priaAiBg, • ^7 

.• ToUl, $27, 209 it 

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I The reeeipts of the drainage fund income for the Ifiilt flscal year were : 

Tor intarestj .i ,.., $4,989 M 

TraD6fiirtd from swamp land income, .« 7. 701 SS 

Total, $12, 69 6t 

The diabnrBementa were as follows : 

Apportinied to oonntioB, $9,621 21 

Oiork Ure, appraising and protooting lands, and printing........ 1,688 29 

Mbnded, .3 -.. 268 64 

Transferred to normal school fond income,.... i.. 1, 8$4 66 

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Total, ..^ : $12,872 69 

The amount of the sehool fond at the olose of the fiscal year wu: 

Jksnonntdue on lands sold,..<i $675,087 11 

Amount due on mortgages, 289, 122 76 

Amomnt dne from state on bonds and certificates of indebtedness,... 1, 000, 700 00 

ToUl, $1,964,869 86 

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, The receipts of the last fiscal year were : 

For sales of land,... , $81,029 81 

Dues on lands paid, „ 188,495 62 

Loans paid,. 182, 176 95 

Vrom the United States~5 per cent, ^ 148, 784 06 

Taxes,.. . 22, 628 06 

Penalties, fines refunded aud transferred, ^ 5, 186 80 

Total, $528, 800 80 

The disbarsements were for : 

Delinqnent taxes, ^ 21,809 20 

Ad?ertising and printing,... 8, 829 82 

Refunded items, 1,741 79 

Transfetred to normal school fund,....;.. , • 14, 170 58 

Total, $621, 884 19 

The interest accruing from the school fund, together Vith twenty^fiye 
per cent, of ihe income of the normal school fhnd, constitutes the 
school fund income, the receipts of which, duilng the fiscal Year, were : . 

¥or interest, $158,042 47 

Transftrred from swamp land fhnd,.. i. 8, 224 49 

Penalties, sales of dictionaries and timber, 2, <^4 52 

$168,281 48 



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apportioned hj the state superintendent, , , $161,816 H 

Txantlerred (o other funds, 4,237 46 

Befnncled interesti ..•.—. • 8,661 » 

DictionarieSi '. 800 Ml 

Clerics in land department,.... ...•« 8,662 8S 

Proteoting lands fh)m trespasserSi.; 2,789 89 

Appraising forfeited moHgaged lands, • «..«.........;....: 221 49 

Printing; adTOrtising knU costs of salts, 89120 

f 177, 809 87 

The cost of the care of the Bohool lauds and of the management of the 
fund during the year, amounted to $15,784 43. 

The receipts of the swamp land fund during the last fiscal year, were 
$91,411 40. 

4 The disbursements for the same period, mostly transferred to other 
funds, were $95,891 13. 

Leaving the fund oyerdrawn $2,625 26. 

The receipts of the swamp land fund income for the fiscal year 

amounted to 1. , $19,463 20 

Balance in fund Sept. 80, 1864, i 2,688 12 

$22, 146 92 

The disbursemente for the same period amounted to $21,964 07. 

These disbursements were mostly transferred to other funds. 

The proceeds of the sale of lands granted by congress for the support 
of a state uniyersity^constitutes the uniyersity fund. The amount be- 
longing to this fund September 30th, 1865, was as follows : 

Amount due on oertii&oates, $96, 870 66 

Amount due on mortgage :... 10,910 00 

Amount due from the state, 68,000 00 

$180, 780 66 

The receipts of this fund on >ccount of sales of land, dues paid and 
taxes and penalties for the last fiscal year, amounted to $47,581 42. 
The disbursements for the past fiscal year were : 

For loans, $42,750 OO 

Delinquent taxes, adrertising, printing and refunded items, 1, 406 56 

$44, 166 66 

The receipts of the university fund income, for the last fiscal year 

were, for interest, $11,757 77. 

Disbursements to the nniversitv were, $10,800 00 

Clerk hire, '. 900 00 

ReAuided items, eto., 1,618 89 



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The whole ctnt of managing tkii fnnd, and protecting the uniTeraitj 
lands for the Sscai year, vas 1 1,047 60. 

Th^ dhburaements from the ftind for the relief' of siok and wonnded 
BoMiers ibr the jrear ending December 3l8t, 1865, amonnted to $6,101 91, 
at idileh date there was a balanoe in the fand of $22,0(H) 84, which i8 
mueli more than will ever be needed. 

The diabnrBements from the Qovernor's contingent fund, for 1865, 
were $1,025 90 ; balance in the fond January Ist, 1866, $2,657 84: 



WAR »aND. 

The receipU of the war fund for the last fiscal year were as follows : 

Loans from the tmsi fands, $818, OOOJiOO 

From the United SUtea, 300,288^ 26 

Biate tax for war purposes, 200,000 00 

Ssmi'annval payments en state bonds, • 44,677 25 

Btftmded items, ^ ^ 1»41S 68 

Total, $1,861,829 19 

Balance in ftind September 80, 1864, ..**• 2, 178 87 

$1,866,608 06 
Diabnrsements were for 

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Bljtm pay to soldiers supporting fkmilies, $1» 080, 687 86 

Transfers ie oilier funds,. ••••«..•« • 208, 716 76 

Interest on war bonds, 75, 040 00 

Labor in state armory, 917 60 

tnerkbire, printing, enrgt^on general, etc., 25,467 58 

$1,840,669 19 

Balance in Fund September 80, 1865, $26»888 87 



There has been paid oat of the state treasury for war purposes, since 
the beginning of the rebellion to the Ist day of January, 1866, not less than 
$3,900,000. 

There has been raised by counties, cities and towns for war purposes, 
up to June ist, 1865, $7,752,505 67. Total expended by the state, 
$11,652,605 67, $762,403 09 of which has been reimbursed by the' gen- 
eral gotemment. 

A large sum has also been paid by localities, by tax levied last year, 
of which the state has no account. In consequence of this vast ezpendi* 
ture of money for war purposes, the burdens of the people hare been 
hea^. In all of our state affairs we should practice the strictest economy 
eonristent with the public good. The people demand it, and will expect 
an in authority to comply. 

Make no appropriations which are not entirely necessary, and imiist 
ihit all who are empowered to expend the public money shall do so with 
an eye single- to the public welfare. 



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Tiie five per cent, due ihe state from the United Siatesj oa A00o«L«t of 
sales of land mthin tiiiis state, so long withheld in consequence oS^a Itn* 
settled claim against ihe state for money leceived by the territ^jry of 
Wisconsin for lands sold, heretofore granted by congress to aid. iA thrs 
construoiion of the Bock Kiver canal, has finally been paid and a '^11 
settlement obtained* 

The amount received on thel7th day of May, 1865, as balance due to 
that date, was $148,784 06. 

On the 18th dav of November last $5,670 28 was received, beine the 
amount which had accrued since the date of settlement, all of which has 
been placed in the proper funds. 

TRUST TUin>8. 

The state has the care and custody of the various trust funds, and it ia 
its duty to so invest them that they may yield a yearly income. Until 
recently these funds were loaded to individuals, upon what waa suppoaed 
to be the best class of securities, bond and mortgage upon real estate. 
But notwithstanding all the care which was exercised by the state Officers, 
it was found, by actual experience, that large sums of money were lost 
each year, by reason of insufficient security. The reports of the commis- 
sioners of school and university lands shows a state of facts which may 
well cause you to seek for some other mode of investing these funds. 

The safest, best and most convenient mode of investing them, is in the 
bonds of the state, which Under existing laws is now being done. 

Before our state bonds are all absorbed, which will be within this J^^t^ 
steps should be taken to so change the constitution of the state as to en^ 
able the State to constitute these funds, as they are received, an irredeem- 
able and irrevocable debt, upon which the state shall forever pay interest, 
at the rate of seven per centum per annum. 

This plan has the advantage of perfect safety for the funds, while that 
which has been heretofore followed certainly has not. No loss can possi^ 
bly ensue. It is cheaper than any mode heretofore practiced. It has 
the furUier advantage of being a Ipan to each individual in the state in 
proportion to the amount of his taxes, instead of being distributed, to a 
comparatively few persons. Being thus disposed of, thesev funds cannot 
be used for political purposes ; no party in power can use them to Pi^rpet- 
uate its power. The amount in these funds will soon be so large as to be 
a dangerous element in the hands of any political party ; larger, I think, 
than should be at the disposal of political officers, for the purpose of loan- 
ing to individuals. 

This.plan may be objected to, because of the extent of the state debt 
which would in time be created, and which would entail a large Stata tax 
yearly to pay the interest thereon. If the money was to be borrowed from 
•abroad, and the interest paid to parties outside of qur state, the objection 
weidd be a good one. But this will not be the case. The people would 
only .borrow and use their own money. The state tax they would pay 
would be immediately distributed throughout the state and used for edn^- 



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eating, their ohildfen, and it is entirely immaterial whether the citicena of 
the State pay the money required for educational purposes as a state taz^ 
a county tax, or a sohool district tax. 

The tax mast be paid in any event. If any plan can be derisod by 
which the whole people of the state can have the use of these funds, save 
them from loss, save the expense incident to their care, when they are 
loaned to individuals, and last, though not least, keep these large sums of 
money oat of the reach of politicians, that plan should be adopted at as 
early a day a§ possible. The plan I have suggested, seems to me to be one 
more likely to produce the results sought than any other. 

If it does not meet with the approval of the people, then I would re« 
commend investing these ftinds in United States stocks, which the oom«> 
missioners should now have authority to buy, whenever they cannot pur- 
cbase our state bonds at par or less. No mode of investment can be 
found so unsafe as the one which the state has heretofore adopted. I 
earnestly recommend this matter to your careful consideration, believing 
tLat no more important question can be brought before you. 

Chapter 282 of general law? of 1865, requires immediate payment of 
all dues to the state for lands or loans which^ according to the terms of 
tlie contract, have been due for one year or more. This legislative action 
was required to enable the state to meet the unexpected demand upon 
tlie war fund, because of the large number of Soldiers sent to the fiela in 
obedience to the last calls of the general government Most of these 
soldiers were supporting families, and were entitled to receive from the 
state five dollars per month, extra pay. A sufficient amount was volun- 
tarily paid into the treasury by persons indebted for lands or loans, to 
meet the requirements of the state, and the commissioners of school and 
university lands decided wisely not to render the law unnecessarily op- 
pressive upon the people by declaring forfeited the lands of those who 
could not conveniently pay, consequently no land has been forfeited under 
that act. The exigency having passed, and the state having no further 
immediate use for these dues, I recommend the repeal of so much of the 
law cited, as requires their immediate payment. 

Section 2 of article 10 of the constitution of this state provides that 
certain revenues accruing to the state shall be set apart as a separate 
fund to be called the school fund, Ihe miere&t of ithich, arid alt other 
revenues derived from the tchool lands, shall be exclusively applied : 1st. ''To 
the support and maintenance of common schcols, in each school district, 
and the purchase of suitable libraries therefor; '' and, 2d. '' The residue 
shall be appropriated to the support and maintenance of academies and 
norma] schools, .and suitable libraries and apparatus therefor.*' 

Section 6 of the same article, provides that ^^ the proceeds of all lands 
that have been or may hereafter be granted by the United States to the 
state for a university, shall be and remain a perpetual fund to be called 
the university fund, the interest of which shall be appropriated to the 
support of the state university/' The terms used in the sections I have 
quoted seem to be very plain. 

By virtue of various laws enacted by th^ legislature the proceeds of 
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bqIiooIb and the state uDiversitj. Large sums Lave been annnally ex- 
pended for clerk hire, printing, advertising, &3., expenses incident to the 
Ciare of the lands and the management of the funds, all of which sterns to 
be in direct violation of the provisions of the constitution of the state. Ev- 
ery, interest of the people of the state is opposed to the diversion of either 
of those funds or the income thereof from the purposes for which the; are 
so plainly and exclusively set apart. The state can very well afford to 
bear the expense incident to the care of the school lands and the ' man- 
agement of the school fund for the sake of the children of the state, who 
are now deprived of a part of the means provided by congress for their 
education, and the state ishould be willing to pay all of the expenses inci- 
dent to the care of the universily lands, and the management of the fands 
arising threfrom, even though there is no constitutional provision compel- 
ling it to do so. r , . 
The amount yearly expended from the university fund for expenses 
would not be much to the state of Wisconsin, but is of great importance 
to the university in its present financiial condiiion. That institution has 
never cost the peoploof the state a single dollar^ its lands having thus far 
paid all of its expenses. No funds should be more carefully guarded than 
those devoted to educational purposes. I therefore recommend that all 
laws which provide for, or authorize the use of any portion of either of 
tbese funds for the payment of ijie expenses incident to their care and 
management be repealed, and that provision be made for the payment of 
all such expenses from the general fund. ^ 

TAXSS. 

ISuggestions are made in the report of the secretary of state as to the 
practical workings of the laws now in force providing for the atsessment 
of property, and the collection of taxes, whioh, as th^ey now stand, fail 
to meet the requirements of the people, work injustice, and admit of too 
much dishonesty. 

Both of these lawF are imp^'rfect in several points, and should receive 
your careful attention, be made as perfect as possible, and then be per- 
mitted to remain long enough without amendment to enable the people 
to become thoroughly conversant with their requirements. 

The whole amount of taxable lands in the state is 17,563,316.52 acres. 
The aggregate valuation of which is $91,453,693 54. Aggregate valua- 
tion of city and village property is $33,151,291 10. Aggregate valua- 
tion of all real property is $124,604;984 64. 

On the 18th day of March last, there was transmitted from the office of 
the seoretary of state, to the senate, a statement showing the amount of 
taxes for all purposes, which were collected throughout tne state during 
the year 1863, and the cost of collecting the same. That statement was 
compiled from the reports of town, county and city clerks throughout 
the state, by which it appeared that there was collected $382,130 state 
tax, and $2,245,697 48 county, town and city tax. The total being 
$2,627,827 48. The whole cost of coUeUing these taxes was $230,995 73, 
being about nine per cent. Of this sum $160,000 were paid to town 
treasurers. 



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Daring the jear 1864 At Uses were Tery much greater, owing to the 
fact that in nuanjr loealities l&rge sume were eolleoted for honnties to toI- 
unteers, in addition to the tax for ordinary purpoeeB. 

Froni the returns of the aaflessors, made pursuant to seotioa 5, chapter 
471, laws of 1865, it appears that the whole tax eolleoted was not less 
than' $7,000,000, the cost of coDecting which was not less than $400,00i>. 

This enormous expenditure for the collecting of our taxes seems to -lad 
to be unnecessary, ei&er for the interest or convenienee of the people, 
and some plan should be detised which will reduce it. 

I suggest that some system be adopted which will inform the legisktur^ 
each year of the amount of taxes levied in the different towns, cities and 
Tillages throughout the state, and for what purposes. This information, 
in possession of the legislature, it would undoubtedly follow that the rate 
of taixes fbr local purposes would be limited by law. The large sums 
paid to the yarious officers charged with the collection thereof, ean retf 
easily, be reduced, by the adoption of some system which will cause th^ 
whole tax leyied in the county to be paid directly to the county trea^uretf 
and that without serious^ inc.onyeDience to the people. 7 j 

Section i9 of cha|{ter 10 of the reyisecf statutes, provides that, ^'the 
secretary of state shall, ftcm time to time, tequire all persons receiting 
moneys or seouritles, or having the disposition or mat^agement of th^pto- 
pertyjof the statis; of wliic& an account is kept in his office, to render 
statements tfa^tcof to him; apd all such persons shall render such state- 
ments at such tinie and in such form as he shall require." 

This section Js virtually abrogated by the terms of the laws making api 
propriations annually for the su{iport of the'benerolent itiVtitutiobs of tn^ 
statOi and for other purposes. 

An account of the management <)f a large portion of the tnbaeyi^ so 
appropriated is not kept in the office of the secretary of strife. That'of'* 
ficer is directed by the laws to draw his warrant for the smoTinis, and 
knows nothing of the details of the expenditures. .' * - ' ' 

The laws appropriating moneys for any furpos^ whatever, s^iould p^o« 
vide that it be drawn npon the warratA of fhe secretary of state/and re* 
auire vouchert to be filed with, atfd after carefu) iTrvestTgatiorr; audlted^by 
that officer: caqh voucher to show, the article purcfiasqd and'ambniit turi 
therefor. ; • *; .' . ' '^'^ ' '' ' .' . 

With 6uc1i'))iws in force, the account of hian^gem'ent of ^11 moneys et* 
pended for %er state, wdtild be k^pt in the office of the secretary or state, 
open for the inspection of the people, and conrenient for' the use of legilr-' 
lative committees, to mal;e snch exhminations as might' he deemed tieoes- 
sary. ' - 

Intimately connected with this subject Is, thti necessity for the efeation 
of another state office, the ihcumbent of .which shall be alone phar^ed 
with the management of the finali^cial affairs of the state, ttnd of auditinj^ 
and adjusting all accounts and claims due to or from the state. 'T d^em U 
of the utmost importaiice that provisions be made by amending the don- 



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stiiaiion of the state lor the electipnof aa auditori whose.term of office 
shall not be less than sis ^eart^ who shall be charged with these duties, 
. I svggest a long term for t)iai officer, bcrcauso he will be the most im- 
portant one in the state, «od. the people cacnot afford to edncate a man to 
dkc^arge the duties whioh will devolve upon him, oftener toan onco in six 

It ia jour duty tOf throw around the S;tate treasury all the safeguards 
which human ingenuity eau devise. It is a saered trust given you by the 
people, which they h»Te a right to expect you. will faithfally fulfill. 

LAJVDS. 

The commissioners of school and uniyersity land^ report that there 
were sold during the last fiscal year : . 



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fifohool lands, .*. ^ : 41,480. 87 'acres. 

Bwamp lands, 40,669.99 " 

UniTersitj lands, a;871.6t << 

There are many individuals indebted to the state for loans from the 
trust fundsy who are unable psry. The property given as security haa 
haan forfeited to the state, leaving a baknce due, from which the debtors 
seek to be relieved. I recommend that the commissioners be vested with 
authority to settle with that class of debtors upon the h^st.t^ms possible. 
If auch a settlement ia not made, the state will receive nothing from thenu 

Tresspassing upon Sj»te lands, find stealing timber therefrom, has long 
been an existing evil, in spite of efforts made to prevent it. ' If there be 
sufficient powerin the state, this crime should be stopped. ,1 know of no 
orininal who deserves to be more severely punished than the one who, by 
pilfering the timber from the lands donated to the state for education- 
al purposes, steals the sacred inheritance of the children. , 

X respectfully call your attention to their recommendation^ upon this 
and other subjects,, all of which, I doubt not, will receive t^e consid- 
eration their importance demands. ^ 

In 1850, congress granted to the states all the unsold sw^mp aod 
pvetflowed lands aituated within their borders, respective^. 
. Shortly after the grant was made, the eommiasionera of the 'general 
land office proposed to the states to. take the lands by one of two al- 
ternatives ; either by having an actual survey made to determine which 
were swamp Urnds, or bv accepting the plats and field^notes of the 
United States survey, and receiving the lands named in them as swamp 
apd overflowed. lands as the share of the state. 

Governor Dewpy, by letter to the surveyor general of Wisconsin an(| 
Iowa, dated June 3d, 1851, decided to take the lands as they were desig- 
nated in the government survey. 

It was very soon discovered that there were manv thousand acres of 
iwamp lands in the state which did not appear as such in these plats and 
lurveya, and that this state was not receiving all the lands to which it was 
entitled under the grant. Upon request being made to the general land 
office for re-^surveys, with a view to correct errors, in order that the state 



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jnighl'T^oMve alKthe lanflfttO'whioh it WAB eaiitldd, it:^a8 held, by tke 
anthoritieB at Washington, that the state bftviiig^' os^e deeided to TB^eire 
Buelklandfl as w^re deBgnailed'ia thoto plats and surreys as swamp.' and 
OTer-flowed lands, for ifarportioti, it was boand by its own aotton, ;aiid tbiat 
naohangiaioonldbeiii&de. . •< 

This matter bating been iNrongM to ihe attention of the legislature, a 
awreyiraB authorised to be> nude for the purpose of testing <£e correct* 
Bees of the United States pliits and suryeyn. This survey was made and a 
report thereof madis ia Ik* goreynor of the 'state, and ' by him. presented 
4o<Ae legislaiure in 1860. That »pOrt pibved conolusively thattheatate 
had «ol xeeeived the amount of lands to Miioh it was eitiUed, 

So the mAtler standi ^w ; ihe ataitf authoritiea rightlj claiming that 
Ae gereniment .cannot juatiy hold /the slate to its ehoiee te reeeive th^ 
lands deeigikated in llie United States plats and surreys, except upon the 
nMumption thai those plats and surreys were corbeet, and that the state 
OMiBOt justly be compelled, by reaaon of Ihe errors of government emr 
plMces, to lose thousands of acres of land. 

Theie is no doubt that we have a valid claim, against the general 
government for large quantites of land, and for moneys receiMl fqritfae 
sale of lands which should have been included in the grant to the state. 

Owing to the vast accumulation of public business incident to the war, 
ihiB subject has not been pressed with vigor, but now a fitting dmQ has 
again come to move in th^ matter. 

I reapectfully refer vou to Appendix ^< A " of the Assembly Journal of 
1860; whnre you will nnd the correspondence which passed between the 
state authorities and the commissioners of the general land office at 
Washington, and the report of the survey made by authority of the 
State, an of which I commend to your earnest attention. 

All proper efforts will be made to induce the government to change its 
decision. 

Chapter 587 of the general laws of 1865, repeals all existing laws re- 
lating to the proceeds of sales of, and to the granting of swamp and ovei^- 
fiowed lands to counties, and directs that all such lands heretofore and 
hereafter received by the state, and moneys received or due for such 
lands, or in lieu thereof, shall be divided into two equal parts, one to be 
denominated the normal school fund, and the other the drainage fund. 

The commissioners of school and university lands are charged with the 
duty of making the partition and were directed for that purpose to take 
ona dollar as the equivalent for an acre of land, and having determined 
the amount of each fund, they are required to divide the drainage ft^nd 
between the several counties of the state in proportion to the number oi 
aores of. swamp lands in each county, and having thus determined the 
share of each county, they ar^ required to spt apart such share in thiB 
manner indicated by the law cited. The division made according to the 
terms of the law, gives to the normal school fund nearly all of the prodto** 
tive funds which have arisen from former sales of swamp lands, and gives 
to the counties, for their share, lands only, with a few exceptions, where 
there was not sufficient unsold land in counties to make up their propor- 
tion. The lands belonging to the counties or drainage fand are directed 
to be sold for cash and the moneys transmitted to the county treuurers 



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each^ear, to be diyided among the towns in each eoanty in proporiioQ to 
ib$ amonnt of awampiand in each. 

The hnds belonging to the nonnal aohool fund are to be sold aa naaal, 
and the prooeeda placed to the credit of that fund. 

The revenne accruing to the school fund from the swamp land fund, 
20 by the proyisiona of this law out off, the. swamp land fund being aI>ol- 
iahed, but in lieu thereof, twenty- five per oent. of the iaoomo of the aor« 
mal school fund is to be annually transferred to the school fund income^ 
until thai income shall reach the sum of $200,000 annually. • 

The commissioners of school and uniyersity' lands report the whole 
nmount divided to be 2,218,854.13 acres and dollars, and tho amount of 
the drainage fund to be 1,109,427.06 acres and dollars, of which amount 
1,034,103.65 are acres of land which have been set apart to tho yarioui 
counties, in proportion to the number of acres of swamp land in eaob 
county ; 56,089.72 are dues on contracts for the sale of swamp landa, and 
$414,21 money, all of which has been set anart to such counttes aa were 
in the partition, entitled to the same. The nirihersum of $18,819 48 if 
due CO various counties, to be paid from the proceeds of the first sales' of 
wamp laads. 

The normal school fund received 504,595.36 acres of land: 

yfhieli represents, $504»696 86 

For dtxeson contraots, 129,964 87 

Forfeited mortgaged lands as appraised,.. 84,626 25 

layestmeats in bonds and oertifioa(«8 of indebtedness and mortgages, 469,061 07 

$1, 12S, 246 66 



Which amount is subject to the claim of the drainage fund of $18,819 48 
to be paid from the first sales of swamp lands. 

This law puts to rest, forever, all questions connected with the dispQsi* 
tjon .of swamp lands, and has given to each locality its share^the proceeds 
of which can be managed by the citizens thereof, to suit themselves, and 
renders the citizens of each town directly interested in the sale andprpieo* 
tion of the lands, and endows the normal school with a fund sufficient to 
enable the regents to eventually establish one normal school in each con* 
gressioDsl district. 

SCHOOL. 

,• 

I call your special attention to the interesting report of the superin- 
iiBndent of public instruction. There is no document laid before the leg* 
iaiature yearly of more importance or entitled to more consideration. ^ 

.dumber ot children in the state over four and under twenty years of 
zg^, 385,582. 

Number of pupils who attended public schools, 223,067. 

Number of children who did not attend public schools, 112,515. 

Number of teachers employed 7,632. 

Average wages of male teachers per month $36.45. 

Average wages of female teachers }^eT month $22.24. 

8ute school i\ind apportioned, $151,816.34. 






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Total mttnt efcpended dttriag tile y^irr fbi^ the support oTmV^a ithdiiiM, 
•1,036,068.57. ^ • - : ^^ ;^ 

Otth viilM'^f Mlioo(4ioil86t alia'feiit^tt, f l\669,770.0e. - 
The bMvd of l'6(;eliU of BormsT flclioaU iftve ezkmined caVeral' ' focali- 
ti«f wiih a ^«w lo nakivg Mleeifdtis Ibrllte eataUishment of sciioob 4^ 
dirtotad by lam Yarioiifl^ities MkI yfll^ges tattB mad(l Meral offera for 
the pntp^Mie ^f MOtfrin^ ibe lo^iilfmcm of a nO|ibar 8cbo6f, fi)d{oatio|;; gr^ftt 
intereai ki the oauso'iyf ediM^iCdW. but np^^ektioils b^ve as yet been de- 
cided iqp^oii^ tbo beard wiaety^^lM^fB^ Yrdui batrty fiction fti a m^ttd'tVo 
importafti. . Idor.iiot^deim it Hbt^iUfary to tttgepti to g!te to tbe cause 
of ediKattofl that aliMtfbnits^iBlporlince 'demands.; It cdiaiiiend^ iU^f 



-to your eonaldevatiotef wiHtettVargnnieiit'J 

• • • f J , I ■" 



« Chapter 130 of the United States statutes, af proved July 2J, 1862, 
donates to tbia^tate 240,000 acres of land for the. porpMe of eetakliahiag 
%» agrionltural ioollege. 

The bmds baTO* been heretofore saleeted^ but no fttrtber provisfilns have 
baen made for carrying out the intention of tfaelaw, ^^bion Droyfdes for 
the inyestment of the proceeds of the sale of ^ald I^^ds.in United States 
or other stocks, " the interest of wbioh shall be invioUUy appropriated by 
^ch state wbiek nay take and claim the.benefit of thisaat^ tortile endow- 
ment, snpporiand maintenance. of at least one college wbet6^ thii leading 

object sball be, without ezoludinf other -scientific and* etassiciil^^sttt|^4{> 
and including miHtitry tactics, to teach snCh brancbes df'\wuif^giiM »re 
related to affriooltare and the mechanic arts, in such manner as the legis- 
latures of the states may respeotiyely prescribe, in order to promote the 
liberal and p^tical ^ucation of the ij^dnatrial pVmims i^' the^iJieTlral 
pursuits ana professions of life/* ,. . , j; >. . 1 o • r.; 

A sum hot exceeding Uu. per Cimtum ^Jji^^ the va#|iBti reetiredib^! any 
state may be ezi>ended for the purchase ofland.jSor sites fr :ezf<efrimiALM 
farms, bu£tbe principal cannot be diminished for any other purpoaOi.!^ 

The law cited also proyidea that ^f any* sM^te ifbhM n^y take aad ^iHiim 
the benefit pf tbe provisions of tb}fi aci^^sbi^U provide witbiKofiM yitfara, 
at least one college, * * or the,gr|(;f) tp.^lH'kiStAt^fthpili^oeaeft." t- * 

An insfliution of tbe kind cpntcijPit]iiJ^4.^by this |ifB%,^' J^ei of the 
greatest possible benefit to the induaUlf I flapees^of oi9r.ateia;:aiidiabooU 
b^ opened aj^ the earliest moment pract^da^. » , / ,« ' <i > " - r : 

1 feel it,;ny duly to repeat the 9:»comin^adfitiaA/i)f,i9:rj>redficasa#r Jiibi 
to urge upon you the importance of at once complying wiA the OOMlit^aa 
of &e grant, tfiali tbe state may i;eap i^ benefttStf [j "^o • 
' An important advantage to be ga^ed by tha i^i^rfy ea|iahVs)ufie»tt ef ;lbb 
eolkge is tbe military education which it is evidently intended shall be 
jgiven to the students attending it. . . .t i 

X need not urge upbfi you the necessity of a gQQ4[.m1iiN74ek«0L ,S9 
skatAjibQald be without one. 

^: Tbe number of county agricultural sooieSiea wIMihrO^A 1^ fbo'seore* 
tary of state in accordance with tbe provisions of aeetion 4, chapter M, 
2* 



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laws/of 1858, is tveatjr-one, (|ie to^tl i«o<jAt«.p£ inMeb^m^wiitai to •12,- 
265 10. Amount paid on premiams $5,085 94. z;. , ' • . . 

The agrioaltural, ftafcivtios, aar coU^oted bj thti^pt^iMors andna^ariMd to 
the state departm^t, are verj iiaperteot TbeiUbfur^ip^rfortQAd in mak- 
ing these ooileoiions and retarns bai cofit not IO90 than. |5^090« I beUere 
(hat it would be better to 90 eha^g^ the law as to vequiMt the asseM^iis, 
^ach jear, to o^ahe a return of tlie leading f rodootiivPA of tbe^tite, to be 
oylleeted f^t the savie ti/i^e ihej makci the. jearfy aiiie#sment» %iki upop ihe 
sapie. bUnic used by the people ^ xnaVipg then v^vftn of piloperiy . In a 
^hbrt tUpe the people >70uld becopie fHieo^med ^ith^ system, eai wiovld 

Cake their returns aoq4r|^tshr. 3fif^Tr<e^9fPST.wUd oqaltnolhii^ a&d 
ould give, for the benefit of tl^Or.atatei aoa^fl-. iaformal&oii upon /this 



The following is a list of son^^e of the n^ost important products of the 
state for 1864, with their yatuation':' 

'-.'/.- Valuff. 

.N<i; ef l^aftkels of apple^ nZ,MSf . $119,019 

do wheat, 8, 848,466 ' ' 9, 188, 618 

dy ,. bariff, «•* ..MM.«.u:«.;^.....« SB^esr 416^482 

. ido iiySy •••M«*o#p**<»«»«|ff**«ft*f>*»»>Mi^*»««Mf> 4oi^<9'i*e #74^,110 

, do oati ,,...*,...,..;..^.M.., «. .,9,«i480, 4,615,ape 

do 'birfwiiwi, , • 246,048 177. 306 

v: ' d*. <»»,..'.; :'.. '7,210,484 4,668,494 

i}eiia*of iia7f««««*«M»«fla*«**«»«««M»«»««««v».*«»»*»a»**^4«»**«*i«>.<« vfi,s4T 6,0do, 7x4 

Cattte and oaUfaes^ hand, ^„.<.«....«a..» 'j 44t, 898 '6,469, 886 

Hogs on hand,*>^^*«4«»*M*>.««*«A*^«f*—«-*r*^«»ft**««^nv««^«*4** f< 9B7»£84 1« 144, 666 

fiomfl and mules, ..« .'..».,».... .'..*.« .144,611 10,0)69^160 

Sheep on hand,..:..:: ^ :..« ....:...,..., 1,08C|^9^9 1,916,248 

. •• "^ ri .. I ■• '1 *"•■- ■^"* ■ ' ■ ■ : 

.it'eertainly cannetbe necessary for me to urge^ upon yon the impor- 
tance of fostering the agricultural, mining and manufacturing interests of 
the sMta, lying as they do at\%h^ ftuadation of tVe material prosperity of 
otLfJpeople, they will oommatid'at your hands that attention which they 
deserteih * • 

Xbe atate agriouUnyal iioelety, notwithstanding the emblirassments 
under whloh it labored dlirini^ the period of the war. by reaSo!\ of the 
distraolioiis^df the publie ttiin£ ind' (he withdrawal of its standing apnro- 
tnriation ef iAved llhousan6'dbt^taJ|yen^ knnum| by the legtslature of 1§62, 
msi^ 'BchretthvMs^ moted stea^ly- fbrward in its work of directing and 
stimulating the industry of tm state, and is now, financially and oth^f - 
isllse;te a note ptMperd'us coiidltion Aan at any previotis time since its 
esnatiliatioii. •'" ; ■'!'*. ' \ 

The statement of the financial aftilts of the society for ttie year ending 

Di^ei[abt»l^M»,4rf briefly as fo|l<yifs: • ; * .''^^^"r ''; 

Total reeeipti, ,.. v !........'..''.*;.,.„;!,...; '^ $1U404 9D 

viUi diiUf£n^*iiii,u.....^«.r;.; LO.:;.!.!...:}!,?, '8,i8<t 62 

»^^ . ^Bi^n#9 || (< i>»t >t>eli iyy,t^>>^«..«..M*uiJ*>#.>>i>>i..^aafci.v;j.)>...t.«J '' t8,tff4 88 



,<ti 



ZIX 



The report of the exeeutive oommittee for the pasi year presents an 
cncouTaging picture of out iolostrj in its thost 'tmportatit ddparfmeifts 
and contains yaloable suggestlond as to the policy tnat should direct in 
th^ future, , * , . . . ' 

With SUC& managemiBnt as tlie society no^ etgoys, I hare no question 
but that the state would be the gainer b^ ^stdriiig; and continuing the 
former appropriation, 'ffor although the people of msconsin; in poommon 
with the people of all the states, feel the burden of the national debt, ii 
must not be forgotten that the industry of the country is to pay off thai 
dehty and that true economy, therefore, ^ot)ld protnpt the fostering of 
all institutions and agjsneies whose object, attd lei^tiinat;9'Work it is to- 
r^pder that industry more rProauctiye. But io ,ylew of Other demands- 
thai must be made during the present sessiott of the legiislahire,' on be"* 
half of ffcgriculture and the mechanic arts, the oi&cers of the. society 'iktfr 
not dikpol»ea to petition for the reinstatement of their iipproprititioti at 
tbiB time. They do ask^ howeyer, that appartm^t^ be assigned them in 
ihe Stale Capitol for the societies^ office, fibrarj^ and collectionk, should 
there be suitable rooms to spare, and that th^ state take upon itself th^ 
regular printing and distribution of the society's annual report. 

The capitol is certainly an appropriate place for the office and col- 
lections of a state institution that represents so laree a proportion of the . 
capital, labor and population. of .t}ie commonweaUn, and th^ printing of 
the society's transactions is essential to its more extended usefulness, and 
to the eiedit of the state. I, therefore^ eordiaMy eadoree theee requeffte 
of the society, and receumeikd thet thcTy be granted. 

1. 

STATS HIBTOBIOAL SOCIITT. 

. • . .. . f, ,, . ., 

The state Ustorieal society, iwhieh is in ptdeest' of reMOval- into th^ 
suit of. rooms prepared iorthe reeeption of its librtry abd colleetioM dn 
the'south wing of the oapitol will now,' mor^' than ever, from its'inoreasAd 
acfesBiMlity end oonrenienoes, prpye its nsefulnefs to the. state ofl^ers, 
eonrta^ ^gislatnze, and eitbens -ofi ike eU^ It is lior aII practical p^^^ 
poses the hisftorieal, statistieal and miscellaneooe department of 4he stfUe" 
fxSrufij. 'The sooiety is subserving a useful object in gathering up the 
scattered fragments of our eventfin histonr; and has deservedly scoured ^ 
high^reo^utation throughout our country, for the energy and suocess which* 
hm'Oras fair characterized its efforts. "% 'Kbrary^'i^ow imMlbem 21,366" 
YC^lutnyt, bound and tinbound; df Vhtoh over 6levett'^hundi<ed are bMiid 
newi^sj^er files, with a 6redit»ftt'e gfcllefy of pprttait!i^'<ef' Wiscoiiri^^ 
pioileeYS and j^rominent Zndlkn ehMi, and-i ine oaftfnel of etitiosUie^. It 
nai n W beeotne a source of gi^At jhride tfo all die eltisens df the state 
who ar^' acouainted Mth its exi^Uenee. IT the stale wouM grant ^ so« 
ciety'fiie privilege of Usii% a y^hm^'^Mmionk onee in three y« wr^ 
it would be the mediiim ofptfiAefHnk itiA^ iriflYiiile namUivei at- ow 

fahant ^isconshi sqldiert fni^e ' war r6i^ the preeervation ef the triiron. 
iommend this matter fo yBit'top^tJAipiBonsidi^iitidn^ " ^ ^ 

"0^ • -I- I. 

; T^^/i^orWiify.of staie'j^as iPre<iiiiBnt4^^i^^^ 



tntitlftd to tbani, for copiet of the roTised aUtute^, vMoh be baa no au- 
tbori^ to graat tt freqenllj b&ppens ibat officers fail to hand the books 
orer to their auooessors, or they are worn out or loHt. 

I suggest that the seoratt^j be authorised to furnish them under aqcb 
restriotlons ilb jou mav doeo^ poper. , ' 

Your jitteotion is pallod te too fact, well knowo toall who have oaoaaion 
to oonsnlt the revised Bt&tatea, th&t tbev' ought to be a^aln revised or cod- 
ified, b, . = 

The preaent voluoie is almost, worthless to the people general!/ because 
of the mtnj amendments thereto. i . 

Therf have heen 634 amendaieiita.epactc^ to the laws since t^e statutes 
were revised in 18bS, 528 of Whiob are amenpnienls to therevised'statut^ 
and the general laws. It does not seeqi Qecessar; to present any ' other 
argi^nent in favor of another revtsiop. .X suliniit it to joUi-j'u(jj^iiifnt 
whetbei this style of legislatioo is eithe^necesajiry or prbfitabl^. '' 

Spec ial legislation by bccoviB anevninourstatOjfindtbefrequeqoj with 
which oui laws are a'meaded is a sure indication that much of Ibe past leg- 
islatJOD baa been h^^ty and ilWdviaed. 

''BIBBS. :',. 

The bapk compCrotler rtjports 'that (h,c' Whole nnmbcr or slate bailks 
doing buainesi on the first day of OctoVer,^1864, ' I 

TrMriity-Aar.whh U«ctti*g«io'aayllilwL.:.. ,1 »;^..,„.. ....'.... 98,000,000 

Vholg number October 1st, lHt| t<'e9t7r«B«.''witJi|UMI^^t^ ^PV" 

t»i of. ;.;'. 8oi;ooo 



Decreaie of capital in IweUe months, .,..'.....'..'. Si. 202.00 

ThbwholoMaoaBtor iWHnttUadi^ iB-tiflst.te bMciaing-aMuofatiniw.,- 

' OeMMi-)*i,'.lSH wM»^'-T-i-.f— •■■'^■•^'■11— f-3'i— ^^'•■rx „^.„~;!,0(i4,iic» s 

i[h^•w^^pllleWOotob8^,ln^, J88ft,KHT-t|."*-ffl"'.-'>,v.-H-.-V--v.- , 39*.1S7 2 



Decrease in 12 mod tbs,. I, .i....:....,.:.!.:!.^:.-.;.'; :'. |3,'8M^int 76 

Tiie ftmodnt DriolrmluIoH oatBUnmbg (Wfobw Ht,>lHt^ was — ».^ 3ifi60;4Ta 00 
' The amo«Db Oct. lat,l^t^ wu.^..i......^iLLi..L.'.t.I^»^..4.>i- ■■:.—,...., .[XtfcUl OO 

Door*»*«.inl3',TOplia,...,,„...,.......,V.+f,.l.'.."iv;,-'.. ■■*■■■-,■ .'.$^265,-6il& W 



Uli|J«.tlM',jfOff»wn»',of>hsfltor ^4pf jhie lajf^!"!))" 1^65, '21^,^5111* 
hftve a«ftigqi»4T l4ii.-(b4 atate -.trB^iiTeii ^b^Ir WieatitnsinI state hon ja^^ the 
•ogregatB ■boaat- p£, which ia .l&7,500i. th,^ .state being re8ponsit)Te,,fo; 
wnat»TW ofrnulati^ft ~ ' ' inaj i))e.^;ftgtaDaIng,, the state treas- 
urer Bh*at4 be avth. n, t^.cij[(;ut^tic>d ,wh^n 'presented « 
the auia traaevj, v *^. emfij<^^fi .'yfi tale '|the p^c^antjj 
•^pi( a* prpwd«d in n,j&ir, Jiamg jipl^iese Ua^^ ft^fse- 
mnqg to tha atftte t ipr^jyii,6!ircuIjitioif.| r .;:,', 

The Mmitrftllw v ,huik.u^J|<iv )s vetj defective, and 

■hould be thoroughl te.bffiii^jqg ia to he continued to any 

Bonnderahle extent. 

This BUggeition should receive 9«qr«ar1y attention. 

T^r at/«ntioa ii|. called to the ^a^fnl oofBid^ration of chapter 400 ot 
the geneial laws of ISfiS, which provides' for 'taziug national bank*. It 



XXI 

u claimed bj that class of corporations that the 0tato tax is UDJnat luid 
QDCOnBtitiitloDal. * i ; . . - 

Banks thus taxed have in some instances paid into th^ state treasnrj 
ike amount required of them, under protest, with the .ftxpeotation pf a 
decision hy the rapreme eourt of the United States exonerating them 
ftom sach liability. 

A testcaseisnowbeford thathighest judicial tribunal,taken up from one of 
the state courts of the Rtate of New York, where the tax was declared 
cooatitalioiial.. It is alsd «3(pe«tQd that the queptjoo will be decided in 
a few mwthl by the sipireme'eefi^t of this state. • 

If it is held by the ooortsthat this tax is uneonstitatioaal,. the banks 
will dienund a return of the amoqnts paid by. them into.-tl^ state treasury, 
and the state treasurer should be authorized to re-pay them. i 

The securities for outstanding bank circulation, on th^ SlsVday of De- 
cember last, amounted to $229,901 15, of which 1115,600 were bonds, 
and $116,401 15 were treasury niotes and coin^ The bonds arc deposited 
with the stale treasurer, while the notes and. com are in the cueiody of 
the bank comptroller. It is desirable, that the money should also be re- 
moTed to tiba vaults of the state treasurer. He is the officer to.whom the 
Anijef keeping the pubHc money aaturally belongs,, aaad be can discharge 
that duty- xfeore securely and eoonoraioaUy than the bank eotaptiioller. 

The state claims. to be the substantial owner of a portiOB of these mour 
eja. Whefn the bonds of^ the state were acid to the banks upon a cre£t 
for a portion of the purchase money, it wsa agreed thai the bonds were 
to be 'deposited first, as security for the eiroolatienief the hanks w(><^^ing 
the deposit, and, secondly, as seourity to the state ibr therimpiaid balaaoe 
of tiie purchase moner^. 

Mkny of these bonds haye been sold by the bank oompfareller to redeeai 
the bank circulation, and a residue of the proceeds, after redeeming such 
bills as have been presented, remains in the comptroller's safe, part of the 
money on hand as aboye stated. This is subject to, and will be absorbed 
by the lien of the state, and should be in the possession, and at the ^is- 
posal of thQ state treasurer. 

THE STATS CAPITOL, XTC. 
* 

A sufficient appropxiation shoulil be made to provide for the immediater 
completion of the st^ capitoL 

The four wings are already finished. The deui0 and rotunda alone re- 
main unbuilt .. . *- 

The damage that is sustained by the inner walls of the building, 
which in its present unfinished con^itioa are exposed jto the weather ; 
the increased daneei} of fire while a mass of temporary wood^wprk stands 
in the- rotunda,' the disoonafort of cold halls, >^9fl»t^e adde^ difficulty of 
heating offices and legislative ohambersi are all jsa^ops why tb^; comple* 
tioQ of the building shoxild not be longer delayed. . 

I would recommend, also,, that an appropriation be made to provide for 
the intreductioQ of some f^pproved heating appa](i|tx(e into, the building. 
This will lessen the cost of heating the building at least $5,000. per 
year. 



XXII 

'There has been expended to this date for the buildiog of the c.apitol : 

fr6i& the state treasury, 9258,'696 67 

MadiBOB eitj bonds, «. 60,600 00 

Pieoeedaof oapitol laadi, 19.^8 66 

Total coatof eapitol to date, $821,296 23 

9 

Authority should be giTem to some one of the state offioers to dinot 
public sales from time to time as the interests of the state demamd it, of 
such half- worn furniture and other property as acoumulates aboat the 
oapitol. This property is useless, and, if kept, soon beoomes valueloss. 

N0TAKI18 PtJBLIO AND C0XMISSIONIR8 OF DEEDS. 

j ' 

Section 1, of chapter 12 of the revised statutee, provides that the gov* 
ernor may appoint one dir more notaries public, who shall be considered 
state offioers, out does not authorize the payment of any fee to the atete 
for such appointment, nor is the number limited. About one thoosead 
are appointed annually ; indeed it has come to be the common pnlcftioe' to 
appoint all who apply, without proper knowledge of their duraoier or 
fitness for the office. I recommend that the number to be appointed be 
limited by law to a certain number in eaoh town and city, and titmi tbeir 
official bond be approved by the county judge of the county in which the 
appointee resides, and that a reasonable fee be charged by the state for 
each commission. The law authorizing the appointment of comnissionere 
of deeds, to reside in other states, does not provide for the payment of a 
fee to the state for commissions. It should be so amended as to aiKthor- 
iie a charge of at least fire dollars for each commission. 

RAlIiEOAiDS. 

The number of railroads making reports to the state is 8, having a total 
length of 1,638 miles. 

Capital aotaally Bubtoribed 188,849,478 00 

Number of through passengers, 280,206 

do way passengers 1,622,688 

Amount received for transportation, 910,189,517 69 

do passengers, ^ 8,044,046 60 

do of taxes paid, 862,08848 

The duty of disposibg of the lands granted by congress to this eti^e, 
to aid in the construction of railroads will devolve upon you. 

I deem it advisable thaft this duty be performed, and that the lande be 
finally disposed of during your nresent session. 

Give them to good, responsible companies, and require such guarantees 
as wjll insuM their sale at reasonable prices, and insure the speedr cen« 
etruction of the roads contemplated, hetween such points as will best 
serve' the interests of the whole state. 

From various parts of the state are heard groat complaints of the nn» 



fmt wStf ^ihf ^dl^ fsaliabS^'SSSiJpiSAS i» rslatiOB W pri^s cbar^d for 
freight, and unjast dlBeriminations agaiifti »OBie loealilM in {kt(nr:0f' 
others. Theae complainta and ptoteala vtW etftithid to •;foinr eanieat at- 
tention, and if yon find, npon oareful examination, and I understand anoli 
examination ia invited by the railroad eompanfi^s, ihkt edrporiite^ bodies 
at any kind are, for Aeir own benefit; abnsins; their powers and privilogea. 
oppreasing the people or seriously inconVenienoing the business xt^fin ana 
farmers of the state, or any large portion thereof, it will be your mam^ 
fest dnty to enaot laws which will fully remedy the evil. 

INStTBANCI C0UPANIS8, 

I suggest such a ohaoge in the Uw as will require all insuranse oom-^l 
panies to make their reports to the secretary of state. 

There wore 80 fire, marine and life insurance companies doing business 
in the state the past year, with t total amount of 

Ga'pitol stock, : f58, 707,266 67 

Total assets, « 89,946,28d 64 

Total liaMUiies,...; , w«. t^9Uj4i^» 

Total amonnt of prfmluiaa receiTed i|i Uiit state for the year ..•(•>> 

1864, ^.„ — l»W9^ 21 

Amount of state tax paid duriag t^e past fiscal year............... ... $1,419 49 

Twenty-eight compantes have deposited Wisconsin staliQ bois^s with 
the state treasurer in compliance with the provisions of Gliapter,S20iof 
the general laws of 1865. 

Four companies. made deposits after the time named in that la^ had 
passed, the state trefadurer giving receipts therefor, subject to your action^ 

The total amount of bonds so deposited by all companies is $366,000'« 

STATE PRISON AND CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS. 

The report of the state prison commissioner shows that the 

Number ofeonyiots in prison Oct. Ist^ 1864, was 120 

Nomber reeeiTod daring the last fiscal year 48 

Number disoharged «...•«......, **«••.•• •^ -m... 71 

'I ' 

Number confined Oct. W, 1865, , '07 

He also reports that the past year has been 'characterited on the part 
of the conviots b^ industry, peacefnlness, and williti^ obedietice, and pre- 
sents a very gratifying statement of receipts and disbursements, showing 
that, of the $33,000 apt>ropriated for the [Support of the institution by 
the last legislature, there was unexpended 918,200.37, at the cle8^ of the 
ftscal year, a sum more than sui&cient to defVay all expenses for the last 
quarter. , 

Various permanent impToYefh^nts haVe been made, at a cost to the state 
of ibout 15,400, the real value of which is estimated to b6 924,000, the 
state having realized 918,600 from the labor of the convicts. 




jYatiPi?!. jcecpiBiw^iid^tiflos %t#. wade of jWe.coidfiBfCirirtfaJt ol' wbiebi 

Nuwb^ of patie&tji ^flKjHe^'io th^ihoBpite]^ Avmng: the year eadiog SOih d«pt., 

Ifliole Xituaber receiying btnefits of hospital durmg the year)..,....... 2^7 

I^.diflehatged during the year,;!'..;. ..."...,;. ....:....; 90 

Leawittg in thehostiital at the olM^ of fis^^t' j^ear, :.:: 1t7 

^ . . . > 

Th«j also report they Have been compelled with much reluctance 
to comply with the requirenteBts of the law> and discharge from the hos- 
pital seyeral incurable cases in order to make room fcr recent comers. I 
eiid^rBe fVilly the recommendation of tbe trustees that steps be taken for 
the immediate enlargement of the hospital. 

The present biiildings are mut;h too smsjl to . zheet the requirements of 
the state. The last census shows that there are in the state 691 insane 
and idiotic persons, who are proper subjects for treatment at the* asylum. 
Of these leas than 200 can at present be accommodated, leaving GOO to 
ba^takeacare of as best they may in county jails or poor houses, or to be 
dangerous inmates of the houses of their relatires. In either case they 
are oepHved of proper medical treatment. ' 

Humanity demands that the state should take the best possible care of 
this cla^B of unfortunates, and I do not doubt that the people of the state 
will, willitigly fiiiy the necessary tax for the proposed enlargement. 
'^I commend to your careful consideration the remarks of the superin* 
ten dent upon this subiect. 

The^instftulion has oeen managed in an economical^ business-like way, 
add will compare favorably with any other of its kind in the country. T^e 
total amount expended during the last fiscal year was 

For payment of current expenses $49,158 U4 

For purchase of lands, ->•••... 2,600 00 

flf • • • !,''•.' "$61,658 04 

« . • •' ' 11 ■ 

With a balance in the treasury, September 30, 1866, of $6,835 07. 

The board of managers of the state reform school report that the whole 
number of children in the school during the last fiscal year was 245. of 
which number 90 were discharged during the year. 

The ourr^nt pxpens^s of the, school during the ye^r amounted to $19,- 
756,47. Estiu^ftted .ex;pten8e8 of this year, $16,000. Aa ajppropriatio|i 
of $19,000 is askedy for the purpose of erecting an additional buildings 
wUch is.piuch nQcded^ a^d also $20,000 for the purpose of purchasing 
twenty acires of land aa ilu addition to the faroa. 

The induBtrial branch, of the school is perhaps its best feature, and the 
one from which most of its beneficial results are obtained. Out-of-door 
occupations are of course prefi^rable^ and therefore, aa the number of in- 
mates of th« Eijhool incrcasefii, it seems necessary to procure more lapda 
for cultivation. 



XXV 

-Tim iastitoti^n ^in ^)riMy.^<^i9{l40bed,m«Gh, g^odi fiid piomiMff jet 

The Mpgg«»ti{milcAf ^ 9ii^»agejrf,i|ire entitled to youi^^earnest attentkim 
' Ttts tru^te^is of ihe T^L^OQMB {n^t^^efor the €4i|0f^tion of the deat 
and dumb ufgfi tjl^.neq^saitj .o|.49'«PpropxUtion qf $lGs060 for the 
mirpQ^e at enkirgiiig ihe ipptitotlQQ under theur charge; also one of 985Q( 
for DuildiDg a wood house, and $1,000 for a snoe shop,' F^JT'the suppoopt 
of ihe'{|^h<H>lidi^ng 4^is.)r«ar the; iisk.foti an rui^rppriatii^n of $22,281. 
There oan be no doubt of th&.nf|oewfy of i^e proposj^ enlaiigement of 
ihe.biuld^iga. Ap]^icanta.aro,qoi|^ntly refilled adnpsi^on into the in- 
siitate. because there is iiotjoour for them. This should not be so. The. 
state shouhl provide ample ifi^ilities. for tlie eduoation of.a]l of. this uth 
foxtunate class* The last; censusr shows thaii there are 306 deaf and 
dtunbperaons in^jUie atate. The present builduigcijaS^rd aocommpdationfl^ 
for less thafi onethi^ndi^ed. , The current expenses fcnr the last fi^al jear 
amounted to $15,457.81. 7 

The triuiteesef th^e. initiate for the education of the blind, present a 
full report ^ AherCondAtion p^.that institution. . • 

S'he total qumber. of pupils.ifb attendance during the;- last fiscal year 
was 58i . ' 

total expen^eei of the ;eiir» $16,474,23. < 

Estimated ejip^fiseB fo? thik jear, $16,500.06. 

There are 198 blind persons in the state, as appears by the last oeneu8;^ 

The /itati9 of AMJ^c^asia may well bej^roud of its ohavitiblelnatitutions, 
a^hd of Hm manner: in/ which thegrihaTO been -managed by those who have- 
tham m ohar^- . No state in Jjhue Uj>ioa baa becA pore-.fortanate in the 
seli^OQ qC g4n,tihiKm i<>'t^ieuAji(^\hhvnj ii»pC0riant buiaBch of publia 
businese* * •, i - .>• \, A.itr'/v Vuv^ ; . r • . . 

In submititiiig. herewith the jreport of tbe t^artermaisteff'geperat, I wish 
to nxjgd upDir you^'the^'impbrtamse ^fiprovidibe^a pvopen . buikliig^ or 
builcliBgB, jKir a state arseni^/ - '■' ^f > F 

The report sho^m^tlui;t}tl|eze ar6 imr id the possesdoaiSttrtheBtate; ord-' 
nanee, tahm^ anmunitien, and 'military 'stores; aalollewivr < 

Nine fleU pieces, Jdlly ecpiipped ; 5,186 dnfkete: sad trifles, with ae<* 
ooutremeata; 481 eabres and swocdfff:l<)3^00 rotindeaof anunnnition r 
4^000 hainersaoks aiid eanteene^ taget&ev^wiUianfa(A^etlle^> property.; all 
of which is at present stored in four difeieut jiato^n^ in troomg in no way 
snitod toitajisoper pseeefervation^ and, unless atepa^beiBadtenio^reTent it, 
will soon hoionfMi un^tfor^usa* u The' roomi^aow^imed oui ait- armory is act 
small tbaiBtmaaae nacevsaxify: kepti;pac]Bedi in. ohests^or piled ap in suah 
away that ifire^ueiotinraaotioas} are: impOBaiUe; .:;//.><'. 

The ammanition whielL is, iby-iiia courtesy* of Unitcfl States' officers inf 
eammandi there, bdw atoveS it Oamfn^Ra^&tUj.muai be osmovedlwhen that 
pest ia/ broken up. /.Xh^/state has no imagarjMe io whibhJt oan be taken. 

Fxomi the:Iaok of psof er biuldhm ia' which to Store suekpntperty, no 
reqmaitiimfhBS.beennuide upon! the ^ted States for the albwanea of arma 
due to theitata under the act of congress of April, 1848;. 



XXVI 

These ooQ£idetaiioii0 seem to render it neeeeearj Hiftt a alte skettld be 
seleoied, and bnildingi saiUble for an arsenal be efocted at an early dn jr. 
The annual rent now paid for an armory would tm tteariy paj tlie intor- 
est' upon the moner necessary for ikis purpoiil. 'Pr6|>er magadnesand 
store-rooms would be seonred to the state, and the arms and ammunition 
be not only sared from ruin, but kepi in readiness for imtnediate use, in 
ease of any emergenoy. 

The experience of the tast four years should Warn us that this may 
again become a matter of tital importanoe« 

Our militia law disappoints the expectations of those who firattted ft, 
atid entirely fails to meet the requirements of the state. It does not 
provide us wiUi a single regiment of efficient state troops, which 
could be called into* use in kn emergency. I doubt if any other stsrte 
in the union is so entirely defonceless. It is important that this law 
should be so revised and amended as to give us a thorough militia 
organization. ^ 

The adjutant generars report gives in detail the military operations ot 
the state troops during the past year, and the support given to the gener- 
a )governmenr during the rebellion. During the past year the state has 
furnished 9.940 volunteers and 2,465 drafted men, making a total of 12,* 
405. Seven new regiments only were organised from tiiis number, the 
balance having been assigned to fill the ranka of old cmaniiations in the 
field. 

The state has furnished under aU calls from the getaeral government. 52 
regithehts of infantry, four regiments and one company of cavalry, one 
re^ment of twelve batteries of heaTy «rtiUery, thirteen batteries of li^t 
artillery, one company of sharpshooters, and three brigade bands, besides 
recruits for the navy and United States organizations, numbering in all 
91,379, of which number 79,934 were volunteers, 11,445 drafted men and 
aubstitutes. 

The total quota of the state under all calls during the wacia 90,116.. 

In the settlement of the accounts with the general goTemment,irtlie 
state stands credited with 1,263 men, as an excess over all calls, a gratify- 
ing evidence of the deiroted pa^totism of the people of Wiseomin. . 

The total military aetvfoe from the state has been about equal to om in 
every nine of the entire population) or one in every fitte of the entlrasnale 
population, and more tun one from every two voters Af the state. 

The losses by death! alone, omitting di oth«r oasilaltieBf are 10^,752, or 
about one! in every eight in the .service. { 

ImmecUately after tihe sturrender of the rebel armiesy measures ware 
taken by the general govemment with eemmendable pDomptoess, for dis^ 
banding die volunteer union forobs, and Orders were isaobed direoting the 
muster out of all volunteers whose term. of serviee ezpited on or before 
October 1st My predecessor, ever milidfifl of the wants of iheae who 
had gone from our state, urgently refmeted that the provisionli of ihat 
order. might ezteiid to all Wiaconain troops, thai ihby. might return to 
their homes to render the neoessary aasiatanee required to gatiier the crops 
aaid forothmr needed labor, which request has been oomj^ed with as far 
as the exigencies of the service woud permit. There remaina in the 



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Bmrrloe st fthU Ate oflly tbe^Mi ctv^lry, one ibattidkni «f lour e%mfiKdM 
of ihe 9tli infaiilry,tlie 8ith lifkntry^ «uc #ottMtiiet of tha 48^ t<^|piiMt 
inikntry, and il»50tlL regf iB«Di Mimtry. All oliher 6rgaiiii«tioiir&aT6 
been mastered out and retfired to their homes. 

.. ■ . • » 

'B0\7N91C8. 

Tke men who enliated in the United States Army during the early part 
of ihe war did not receive the same^ bounties from the gOTernment wnieh 
lutye been paid to those who entered tte service at a late date. 

They were none the less patriotic ; their service was not less hasiardous 
and severe than thoee who have been better paid, and they have th^ right 
to expect that you will do whatever you oan to influence the geneial ^ 
gOTemment to do them justice, by giving ^hem bounties ^ qual to those 
paid to others who enlisted at a later date. j. 

All who have periled their lives in the defense of our country, de<i 

serve to be dealt widi alike, and I am sure that you will esteem it a 

pleasure, as well as your duty, to give them the influeuoe of your action. 

In this connection, let me suggest that a bureau be established for 

the collection of back pay, bounties and pensions, for soldiers who have 

been in Wisconsin regiments, and for their families ; connected with 

which there should also be established a system of claim agencies 

throughout the state, with a branch agency at Washington, these agents 

to report to the chief of .the bureau at our capitol, which should be 

nnder the direction of some one of the state departments. Bounties and 

hack pay, in many cases, go to the representatives of deceased soldiers. 

Pensions always go to the disabled and dependent. Those to whom 

ibey are paid are redtfeed to this dependenee through no fault of their 

own. They would willingly earn their own living and dispense with 

all aid from the government were they able to do so. The sums they 

are to receive. are small at best, and it seems just that the state should 

hear the expense of eoUee^g diem.i The plan I have suggested has 

been tried in one of our sister states, and has been forufid'emittently 

si^ccessful. 

BOLDIUfi' OBSHANe. j 

There was issued by the secretary of state in September, 1865, a eirou« 
lar letter to the town and city derks throuffheut the state, asking those 
oAeere to inform thr state departmem of the number of children of de- 
ceased Wisixonsin soldiers in tkeir res^otive towns. 867 clerks 6nly 
have responded; reporting 2,8T4 such children ; an average of nearlv 
eight to each town. If the average is the same in the towns from whioh 
no reports have been r«seived, there are not less than 6,000 such children 
hi the whole state under fifteen yeanr of age. Of those reported, the 
ages of 791 are not given, l.fi46 are between one and ten years of age, 
5i7 are between ten and fourteen years of age, 20 were in the county 
poor housesi 87 have neither father or mother living. 

The fathers of these children have laid down their lives while battling 
for the preservation of our country. They have died, that we might live 



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to mMr/tike f tek liacreat of naitoxial iproflptedt)y> 439<lviied ifi^ . tie. aa tha ffa- 
mtl^fttf 4bat oiDQief ^ ia wbif bt ih^ >b^ s O' honotalde 3a prnji , 

.Theg^ ak« ^a children of the siata, aAd^as 6a!elivflTfl[«OQtit'bfl>to itA^if^r, 
tering care and protection. ., ii* , - .] 



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The necessity of providing a suitable asylum for such of these orphans 
as require the protection of the stftf^hftt'bepn appreciated by our people, 
who have contributed generously for that, purpose. I call your attention 
to tl^e accompanying communication, * ahd eame^tljrreeolinTnend that the 
proposition of the executive comtnTftee bfe accepted, and tlyit'the Harvey 
Soldiers' Orpl^ans' Homo be adopted by the state as one of its 'benevolent 
institutionrs. * .« . . 

In the struggle ji^st closed,- Wiffconsin's record stands atrfougthe bright- 
est. When the first faint echoes of the distant guns at'lSuihter sounded 
in our ears, her sons flew to arms. A voung and peaceful state^ unused 
to war, almost without a militia otganization, lE^most without the tMn 
fitted to lead her few battalions, she pressed to t^q fVdnt With her oar- 
ing of men ; and from the first skirmish in Virginia to the last struggle 



. . * Ofpcijb OF SpxitiBas* OapjuAJia Home, 
Mj\i>t9oif, Wis., Jan. 4^ 1866. 

JSii BudUncy^ ike Oovernor 0/ Wiseontin : . 

8im :— In behaU of the ExecntWe Commiitee ot ithe g^ldiars* Qrphana' Home, I 
have ibe honor to sabmit the following information ; ^ , , 

The Soldiers' Orf bans' Home was projected by Mrs. CAP. Harvey, who con- 
ceived the idea of ' converting the well known Harvey U. S. A. General Hospital 
info a home for the class of ohiMren its naaie indioates. ^' ' 

This lady obtained firem Meisn. MarshaU & Daley a proposition tastU the proper* 
ty at the prioe of f 10|000| pro9id0d, that the Qeneral GoTetement would donate it« 
BJiaza of the buildings and improvements made thereon (at a oostof about $12.000j, 
and provided also, that it should be fitted up and furnished in readiness for tne or- 
phans of soldiers from Wisconsin who have died in the service during the late i^bel- 
lion — inoh fitting up and fnmisliing to be done by private eotitriKtttiims, and tiiaa, 
aa a whole, doaated to the Stata, in which the title should be vested, all with a view 
to its permanent establishment under the auspices of t^e State^ to be classed with 
its other benevolent and charitable institutions. 

This was the ground-work upon which Mrs. Harvey made personal application to 
the authorities at Washington, and obtained| gratuitously, the interest of the gov* 
enunent The plan met the hearty approval of the Secretary of War, and by hia 
order the possession was given to Mrs. H., tubjfet to the eondiiions of Messrs. Mar- 
shall ft nisley^s proposition. 

Uader^ch favorable oifoumstaaoes the work was undertaken by the temporary 
orgaaisatioa of a Board of Trustees, with necessary offiocm^ who have, in coiguae- 
Uon with the philanthropic pcojeelori obtained pi^irate subsoriptioas.to the amvunt 
of f 12,250, to this date. The neoeesarj refittiog. andtfurnishing has been done at a 
cost, thus far, of about $14,500, and the "Hoftd" is now ready to admit' applicants 
ftrom all ^rts of the State. By the accompanying circulars, etc., the detail will be 
more Miy understood. Blank applications (see form) have been Airnished to the 
Clerks of the Board of Supervisors for distribution to the towns,. upon the return of 
whioh,'it is intended to apportion the admission equitably throughout the State. 
The Trustees will be pleased to afford such other laformation as may be desired 
upon application to the hndersigned. 

JAMES T. LBWI8, 

JVesUknU 

J>, WoaTHivoTOir, SscreHty. 



in North Carolina, her banners hare been displayed amid the smoke of 
eyery battle, her regiments hare shared the fatigaes and dangers of erery 
important expedition. When the thunder of artillery *'rooked like a ora« 
die land and sea;" when the shrieks of the wounded and the moans of 
the dying came borne to our ears from soores of battle-fields ; when our 
streets were filled with pale and wounded men ; when there were defeats 
as well as victories ; when traitors grew confident and patriots grew anx- 
ious, still her men, young and old, pressed forward to the conflict. They 
ebrank not from danger—they never doubted of success. 

When there was mourning in so many of our homes, when its sad em- 
blems were everywhere upon our streets and in our churches, when har- 
rassing anxiety for the danger of those they loved, filled so many hearts, 
and made pale so manv faces, still mothers sent forth other sons, and 
other loving hearts bled fresh without a murmur. 

The plow stood almost idle in the furrow for want of hands to guide 
it ; the grain grew over ripe, and rotted on the stalk for want of hands 
to'gather it ; women toiled where men were wont to work, and yet our 
oountiy's calls were answered. -^ 

In the hour of her greatest danger, Wisconsin's sons and daughters 
listened only to her voice. I thank God that this was so. To protect the 
state f^om danger is always the highest duty of the citixen. With us it was 
a solemn duty. Not our own national life alone, but the Qause of 
freedom and the success of free institutions throughout the world de« 
pended upon our arms. If we failed, these failed with us. If we 
failed, the lamp of liberty went out forever, and left the world in 
darkness. That we did not fail is indeed a cause of great rejoicing. 
That the cause of freedom triumphed brings joy to all the world. Yet 
for us to-day, it is a chastened triumph. Tears will mingle with our 
joy, sadness with our pride. 

Thousands, <*tHe flower of our youth, the beauty of our Israel," 
have fallen in the conflict; dying that we might live. Proud of 
their noble sacrifice, a nation mourns their loss. 

Let it be your care that those whose natura). guardians they were, 
shall not be left to want. 

Let it be our privilege to see that suffering and neglect be not added 
to their noble grief. Let the state protect their families and educate their 
children. This being done, those fallen heroes will need no monument 
other than their nation's greatness. 

For all who nobly bora their part in this dread* confiict a nation's heart 
beatf warm with gratitude. Oeneration after generation yet to come, will 
kneel and bless £em for it. They have savea the nation's life. 

If anything can be added to their proud consciousness of duty nobly 
done, let them dwell with satisfaction on the glorious future they have 
made possible for our eountry, when a hundred millions of free and happy 
people shall owe a proud allegiance to that fiag they have so gallantly 

aefended. 

LUCIUS FAIRCHIL1>. 

Janaarj 11, 1866. 



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ANNTTAL REPORT 



Of van 



SECRETARY OF STATE, 



rO& TBI 



FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEHBBB SOth, 1865. 



Ofl^IOl or THX SXOBSTAET OJ StATB, > 

Madison, Oct. 10, 1866. j 
His Excelleney, Jamxs T. Lxwis, 

Governor of the State of Wiicaimn: 

Parsuan^ to the requirementfl of the Statute, I transmit herewith the 
Eighteenth Annual Report of this department, showing the oondition of 
the finanoes of the State on the 80th day of September, 1865, aocompanied 
with snoh suggestions as to me seem to be demanded. - 

The last Annual Report shows a balance in the Treasury belonging to the 



Genorftl Fund, of..: '$82,«4» 86 

The amount reOeived by the Treasurer for 
the year ending September 30, 1860, was from 
the following sources, viz* ; 

From oounties, State tax and tax en Bails, 768,896 84 

From Banks, ,..,, ' 40,668 72 .•.....« 

From Insnrance companies, licenses and taxes, 61 -,-419 49 

From Bailroads, ..,., 176,967 66 

Firom Hawkers aA4. Peddlers, .'. - 1^0 00 *.^...«.. 

From Telegraph OQmpanies, ....'. :;. 198 10 ,.••-..*•. 

From Plankroads,,,... V...... 116 49 ^ 

From J. fiimpeon, (r^fanded,)!....' .....'.'..' 1 09 .....* »....•. 

Frem J. A. Sllis, (premium on gold,)..... 2, 148 70 «•••.•••••.••.••.'. 

For oostaBtaiOTB.. Titus etaL, 12 76 

For keeping U. 8. prisoners, .....;. 962 00 ..•»-—•• 

Corrency deposits, 688,867 00 m.**..* 

Transftrr^ fh>m War Aind, temporary loan, 198, 716 76 •... •. 



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fl,660,966 84 
iDOC, 



2 

Hoipitftl for the Insane, $42,500 00 

Bute Prison, 86,600 OO 

Inititute for Deaf and Dumb, i 18, 000 00 

InsUtute for the Blind, 18,500 00 

State Eeform School, ^ 22, 825 50 

Milwa«kierHospital,*.<..r ...^.y ^.♦..y. ^ ...^ . «^ 2^ 

Salaries of dtat4 effi^rs and a88ifctant8,~....^...4b.k.. ' •..^..»..j1.^ .'21,256 05 

Salaries of Judges of Supreme Court) 7,500 OO 

Salaries of Judges of Circuit Courts, 27, 918 6& 

Stote Librarian, t— 1,000 00 

Secretory of State Historical Society, 800 80 

Librarian of State Historical Society *i 500 00 

Aeporter Supreme Court,., v., 1,000 00 

Clerk of 8uprtoeCoart|... « ..w...j ^.^i «....• IBO 00 

Bank agent, N. Y., 500 00 

Stote Historical Society 1,000 00 

Stote Library, 600 00 

GoTemor's Tisiting fund, 750 00 

Goyernor's contingent fund, 1,691 40 

Per dievr *iMlin^^g^4>^^^^^*^f'^-- - 34,480 60 

Officis and clerkfl,-..*..— ....*do .^ 16,156 50 

Comdiittees, clerks 'and witnesses, Legislature, 1,145 00 

Postoge do - 7,858 00 

Printing.. .- V"^*^ ' ^''^^ ^^ 

Newspapers! A*.do..,. • 2,886 50 

Sti^tionery, do 5,658 69 

Iflterest oji State Indebtedness,...:.: ; ^^...t ^ 80,428 87 

Loans and State bdnds redeemed,^...}. « .'..*.. 7^8, 800 00 

Bbwd'of BqqaUxatioii,..i.,.w. ^-..^ 1, J40 80 

Capitol extension, JJ* JOft 08 

Special appropriations, ^ ^''^?o ^^ 

Stotionery, f|068 81 

Postage for State offices, 0, 868 54 

Printing,.- 30,509 76 

Publishing laws and notices in newspapers, 5, 098 08 

Clerk hire, , ^ ...r-- 1?>»27 49 

Labor about the Capitol, 14, 479 62 

Watch in Bank Comptroller's office, • 456 25 

Watch in Treasurer's office, 8J^ 00 

Supreme Court Reporla, .^ 8,600 00 

County Agricultural Societies 1»»00 00 

ConTeying prisoners, - VSaq 2^ 

QMbUls, ^'252 2S. 

Rent of offioet, •-•• ^f fj. 

Express and freight charges, -* ' 5*1 17 

Telegraphing, W ^ 

OsaukeerioU, — ..- • « 552 S? 

BnroUijig mlUtia, , , ' «. J09 ^ 

Reoeption returned volunteers, i Jqa 25 

Surgeon QeneraV-.k 1» J*« JJ 

U. 8.reTenue stoBpB,.^ JJJ ^ 

Preiidential eleQtors^kU....o **• fj 

Nationid'oemetoryp!." » ^^ 890 00 

Hardware,.- ^* «> 



TrMBferred to Soldiers' Relief fund, 14 80 

Refunded to B. B. Chiircbill»« — :,J:....:.ii 16 '^ 

Tranefened to War fUnd, , 200,000 Oft^ 

Treagurei^g certiflcatea of depoait^^,^ ^ .i. «••« ..1,90^190./ 

BouiiiieB ok wolf aoalpa^ - ,• ^ 4dO M^f 

Mdl^n^ fiome ««*. ^ ,„,., ^»000 00. 

Jhraf^'cociiity treafUTy,««**»««««..*.**»;..*««».«M«..*«*.MkM** «wM.«.««;M*»*>*«*f* 180 00«< 

Oanlt taz'T6fti]id6dt»«»«««M*«««*M •••••• •^••••••••••J««>* »••*»«»•*•••••«••« w 9^'' 






$1,491,686 20 

Balance in Treasufry, • ^ 169,429 U^ 



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$1,650,966 84 $1,650,965 34 



SCHOOL FUND, 

Obapier 537 of the laws of 1€65' aboliBhe^ the Swamp Laiid Fnd^ and 
diTides tihe Bi^aiDp liandfl and the proceeds 'Of Swamp Lands «old prior to 
the pasBagie of the act; iQt6 twt> eqnal i^tirta, denominaied the'^Nonnal 
Sehool Fund " *and the " Drainage Prind.^^ ♦ The reventie aceming to the 
School Fund from ^amp Landd, was'by theproviMOne of the law abete 
named, cnt ofP, and in lien of the rer^nne derived from the Swamp Lands 
twenty- fiye per cent of the income of the Noifmal School Fund is to bci 
transferred to the School Fund Income annually^ until the income of said 
Fund shall reach the sum of two hundred thousand dollars. The amount 
beion^g to the Bohool Fund which was productive on the 30th day of 
September, 18d5, wa^ as foUowa; . 

Amount due on land sold on certificates, / ....^^..^....^ $676,087 11 

Amount due on mortgages, 289,122 76 

Amount invested in bonds and certifioates of indetedness, 1,000, 700 00 

$1, 964, 869 86- 

The amount received tind disbursed by the State Treasurer for the yeae 
endijorg September 30, 1865, belonging to the School Ftmd, was as fol* 
Iowa 1 

R£C£IPTS. . 



5*l«j ' ' $81,029 81 

?tt«i * * "..*..... 188, 496 62 

J^ans, ^ 182, 178 96 

Jfn^ty, « : 8,471 96 

™*^ ^ ' 1, 692 49 

Tvn^ „ 22,628 06 

U. & en aale of lands^..*... „ 14g^ 784 q^ 

IUfbBdedfiiNnBrowiieoanty,....4«»MM.» o.w*.. 7 se 

Aatfiferred from Saheel- Fund Ineome^. %...*.!.. 14 00 

$628,800 80 



DISBURSEMENT& 

Lolina fttid exchange of MOuritieBi •^••••••...•«-^ *•• ^8iO, 778 00 

Belinqtxent Uxes, 3X,a09 20 

Jk^freTtisingi •••••• ••'••'<••••. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••«••■••••■• •••••••••••«.»•••>»... Iyl77 op 

WnHiig, - ^ 3,151 7^ 

jBeniBfl^n, ■•••■••••■«•••••»•«%«»••»•*«••••■•*••«•••••••••••«•«•••••. ■ ••■•••••••«••••••• i-f f40 * V i 

Vhnisfvired to Normal- School Fund, •« •..••.••;• 'k^%nO 6S 

$528, 800 80 $621, 884 19 

BManoe September 80, 1864, 8,498 94 



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Ifetance September 80, 1866, 10,466 05 

$681, 799 24 $681, 799 24 



SCHOOL FUND INCOME. 

The interest deriyed from the School Fund, lease? of School Land, and 
IweDtj-five per cent, of the Normal School Fund Income set ajpart by 
ehapter 5S7 of the laws of 18(>5, coostitnte the School Fund Income, 
which is annually apportioned by the State Saperintendent to the several 
eomnties of the .State for the sapport of common schools. 

The amount belonging to this fund received and disbursed by. the State 
Tieasurer for the year ending September 30, 1865, was as follows : 

RECEIPTS. 



iHtereet, '^ $168,042 47 

TrespasB &nd penalty, • « 1,621 52 

Bale of Webster's Diotionaries, 40 60 

Bale of timber, 862 50 

Traneforred from Swamp Land Fund Inoome, 8, 224 49 



$168,281 48 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



Apportionment bj State Superintendent, t $161,816 84 

Clerks lii land depATtment, ^ 8,652 82 

Froieeiing lande,.. 2,789 89 

Appraisers of forfeited mortgaged lands, 221-40 

Printing, 861 19 

AdTortising, 497 41 

Diotionaries, 800 00 

Beftindcd, oTerpayment of interest, ^m „,,.^.,, .. 8,661^6 

Costs, State Ts. Poneroy, ..., , ^ ««..i<m 82 60 

Transferred to Sohoel Fund, ^.........,„^m«.«, ...... ...m^ ••m««.^. ........ 14. 09 

Transferred to Commissioners* Contingent F.u.nd»M«.^« .nfiM««<«««..... 68 76 

Transferred to Normal School Fund lnoome>....s..«...«. m..«i*..**v .. 4»164;.71 



$168,281 48 . $177, 809' 97 

Balance September 80, 1864, ,..^^ „ .MrM«.. 14»986 89 ...^..^ ^ 

Balance Sopiember 80, 1866, , , •«...,.... »...(..m.<.m.»..« . 407 ..94 

$178, 217 81 $178, 217 81 



SWAMP LAND FuND. 



The amount belonging to the Swamp Land Fund and the 
Fand Inooma, which accrued within the I^st fi^oal jf ar^ and 
and disbursed by the State Treasurer, W96 aa follows : 



Swamp Land 
was reqeived 



BECBIPT8. 

Sales,. ..^ ^....» ..••«.«•» •....«..,......•... 

Dues, 

Penalty, ;.... r. 

Taxes, 

Cfale of Umber seized, 

Refunded by General Gov. for swamp lands sold,..,,.. 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Delinquent taxes, .-. 

Adverdaing, *••%••• — • 

Loans,.... ...i -. ; .-...-.... 

Printing, .• 

Reftmded, «...•••••• «..;...; ;. 

TnuDSftmd to D^nage Fnnd, • 

Transfemd (0 Iformal School Fundji 



$21,.7Q8 62 

18,666 78 

. iS9 79 

7,086 86 

479 00 

43,031 *; 

$91,411 40 



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Balance September 80, 1864, 

OTerpayment September 80, 1866,. 



$91,411 40 
1, 864 47 
2, 626 26 



$96,891 18 $96,891 It 



$7, 167 08* 

294 29 

9,000 00 

•208' 71 

880 68 

11,D01 40 

67, 160^ 00 

$96,891 18 



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SWAMP LAND FUND INCOMEL 

- RECEIPTS. 

Interest, ...i.... $17,968 80 

Treapasa, ...'. 1,448 70 

Sale of timberaelied,... .;.;.... 68 20 



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$19, 468 20 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Clerks in Land Department, 

Protecting lands, ^ ^..^ 

Refnnded, : 

Transferred to Drainage Fnnd Income, 

• do ...Normal School. do......^ 

do School do *.*. 



• $19,468 20 

**BKEuiee September 80, 1864, 2,088 H 

Balance September 80,^1866, 



$2,260 00 
1,694 to 
886 48 
7. 701 2i 
6, 708 78 
8,224 40 

$21,088 07 

182 88 



$22, 148 92 $22, 148 92 



DRAINAGE FUND. 

The Drainage Fund is composed of siramp lands and tbe proceeds 
thereof, set apart by chapter 537, laws of 1865. 

The amount of productiTe Drainage Fund, on the 80th daj of Sepiam- 
bor, 1866, was »..«. $66,899 72 

The interest aecraing on this fand, constitutes the Drainage Fund 
Income. 

The amount belonging to these funds severally, which was received and 
disbursed by the State. Treasurer for the year ending September 30, 
1865, was as follows : 

BEGKIPTS. 



Loans, , $16, 249 48 

Dueii, 161 50 •« 

Ponalty,.. ....•••••••••■•••••..••••••••••••••••••••. ■•••.•••••••••.. 127 88 ••»»•<«•«••»•••.•< 

Tastes, 284 OS 

Tranrferred from Swamp Land Fund 11,00140 ...«..«.< 



•••4«t ••••»«•.•*. I 



$27, 824 24 



DISBUESEMENTS. 



Lwwifl, : 12,628 00 

Delinquent Tax, 166 01 

Advortifling, , 89 88 

fnnunff,*.****. ••«..'*«.••..•• ••••••••••^••^•'••••••••'•••••••••••■^ ••••.••.•......... oo x" 

Transferred to Normal School Fand, 14, 824 22 

$27, 824 24 |^7, 209. 71 

Balance September 80, 1864 ', 1,102 98 ....^. ^ 

Balance September 80, 1866, 1,717 46 

f28, 927 17 $28, 927 17 



DRAINAQB FtTNJ) INCOME. 

* * • • 

/ : BECEIPTS. 

itfiereat^ ^.i..««^.M.».< $4,989 88 ...•• 

Txanaferredl^mBwamp Land Fund Income,. 7,70125 •«..•...••••#••••• 

^ $12, 690 68 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Apportionment to counties, !.... ' i .••• $9,621 21 

Clerk hite^ i..f,..^ .,•: •• •- 4W 00 

Appr&ifiing forfeited mortgaged landflj «•* ' 47 26 

Pjrotecting land^^.. u , ........4; ..^..^.^ .••••««.• r -^ :• {)i29 70 

AdTertisingi ;.< «......,« Jw..*.l......«...* .*» . . i .99., 64 

Printing, 6d 60 

Befonded, 268 64 

Transferred to Normal School Fund Income,... $1, 844 66 

$12,490 68 $12, 872: 69 

Balance September 80, 1864, ,. 782 68 

Balance September 80, 1866, ,... 550 62 

$18,428 91 $18^429 81 

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UNIVERSITY FUND. 



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This fund is composed of the prooeeds of • the sale of lands granted by 
€oDgre68 for the support of a University. The amount belonging to this 
fund wUch wu productive at the end of the last fiscal ye^r, was as fol- 
lows: -••' 

Amount dtie on lands eold on certificates, ; $96, 870 55 

Amoantdue on lnortg^(e8, 10,910 00 

Amount due on bonds and certificates of indebtedness, 58, 000 00 

$160, 780 56 

The amount belonging to this fund, received and disbursed for the year 
ending September 30, 1865, was as follows : 



RECBIPTB. 



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fiales, .;, ; $3,614 58 ♦. 

Dues, 84,lfil 89 ' 

Loans, .- 8,146 00 ......... 

Penalty, ,,.. 298 89 ..., 

Taxes, ^ „............,,...,,. , .. 1,84106 






$47, 581 42 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



Loans, •• ^ ..'••*••*•»•••"••••••••••••» •' $42,750 00 

Delinquent taxes,. ...p ., ,.— •••• •— « ^^ l^OftS 19 

Advertising, • <..>,.>....^.ui.....^..ii... .«».. 49 11 

Printing, i...w ....••^o.... .>..^«...».. 22 00 

Befonded, 288 26 



$47, 581 42 $44, 156 56 

Balance September 80, 1864,.... ^ 584 22 • 

balance September 80^1865 •^.^•..^^^.k ..,.....,....,.*.• 8»J)^9 08 

$4^115 64 $48,116 64 



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UNIVERSITY FUND INCOME. 

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'. ^he)intere3t whipli aoorues on the University^ Fund, is denominated tlie 
University Fond Income. The amount belonging to this fund which was 
received and diebursed during the last fiscal year> was as follows : 

•••... • 

Itti^40i ; ill, 767 77 

' DISBURSEMENTS. 

4 ' f 

% 

State UnWeraity,.-........?. $10, 300 00 

Oerk hire, 900 00 

Mileage of Regents, 88 80 

Appraisers of forfeited mortgaged lands, 7 65 

Advertising, .....;./...» ' 24 20 

Printing, 44 64 

Reminded, ^......^t ,....:.. 1,868 10 

, ' ' ' ill, 767 77 112,718 89 

Balance September 80, 1864, 1,178 12 

balance September 80, 1866, ISl 50 

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112, 980 89 112, 980 80 



NORMAL SCHOOL FUND. 

Thia Pand is composed of one-half of the swamp lands belonging to 
the atate, and tho proceeds of the sales thereof, set apart by chapter 537, 
laws of 1865. 

The amount belonging to this fund, which is prodaotivc, was on the 
'30th day of September, 1865 : , 

Amoont doe on oertifioates for lands sold,....-. ..— «^« $180, 647 87 

Afiaonnt dae on mortgages, ; ..; >.... 186,084 00 

Amoonts dae on bonds and oertifioates of indebtedness, 278,000 00 

• $694,681 87 

The interest on this fund, less 25 per cent, annually transferred to the 
aehool fund, oonatitutes the drainage fund income. 

The amount received and disbursed during the last fiscal year, which 
belonged to these funds, severally, was as follows : .. ! 

I 

RECEIPTS. I 

• . . * '1 . ' 

SnuiBferred froia School Fund, »•••••••••••••«••••»•».«•• .m $14,170 68 •«••..«« 

^. do Swamp Land Fund 67,169 09 

.....i do ...Dridftage ..do 14, 824 22 

$96, 668 89 



DISBURSEMSNtB. 

School* Md Aead«liiie8L -. 1, 770 00 

Aicentfl^ 1,489 76 

Biileage of Regents, « ; ' '-542 00 

Printing and adTertising, 68 79 

Loans, « 88; 000. 00 



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•f06y 668 (BO fOlv 60& 66 

Balance September 80, 1864, 9d0 tl w«#.....,...:^... 

Balance September 80, 1866, ;...w ' 4^84A 06 



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$96, 660 60 $96, GSO 60 



NORMAL SCHOOL FUND INCOME. 

KBCEIPTa . 

Trespam, • ; : $17 28 

Transferred from BVf amp land f and income,.. 6,708 75 

do< schooU do.......... 4, 164 71 

do........« drainage do 1»S4^ 66 



$12,226 24 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



Clerk hire, $1,817 00 

Plroieeiing lands, 679 69 

Printing, 68 86 



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% $12,226 84 $1,966 06 

Balance September 80, 1865, •.• $10,270 29 

$12,226 84 $12^226 84 



DEPOSIT ACCOUNT. 

On the sale of land forfeited to the State, and the payment of the 
amount dne the State, and all costs and penalties accrued, if any balance 
remain, the amount of such balance is deposited in the State Treasury to 
the credit of the persoti entitled' thereto, and is deaonmiated the Deposit 
Account. The condition of the account on the 30th day of September, 
1865, was as fbllows : 



RECEIPTS. 

a. 

. Receipts, ^;i...,:: <«...... $686^2 



•1 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



I .. 



DiMnuBMimsiits, •«•«•••'• »• .m*******^* •••«•«•••« ••••r**. «••.>• •.••f#*»M.. , $S63 16 

Balancei September 80, 1864^«i^«.....,....iK ', «..-«• 6, 112 41 ...;..*..,»... 

Balance. September 80,1666....... 6i»W 88 

- * ' 

$6,748 08 ''fflvM) 06 



10 

aOLDIBBS' RELIEF, 

At tbe oloae of the fiscal year ending September M, 1968, there w&a 
tremaining in the Treasury, of the appropriations of 1862 and 1863, a 

Balance of...., v.,..-... |8,97S 90 

Transferred f^om General Fund, 14 80 

Amoont refunded, 228 60 

Transferred trma War Fund, ohap. 854, G. L. 1864,.. 10^000 00 .^ 

DSabnarseraents for .the year ending Sept. 80, 1865, 6, 8.79 22 

Balanee Sept 80, 1865, ', 7,887 48 

$14,216 70 $14,216 70 



ALLOTMENT FUND. 

Section three of chapter 190 of the general laws of I862« directs the 
State Treasurer to reoeiye snch snms of money as may be placed^in his 
bands by a Yolanteer making an allotment, and to dispose of the same aa 
directed by each volunteer. The money ^eceiyed and disbnrsed by the 
State Treasnrer, under the provisions of this law, is denominated the Al- 
lotment Fnnd, and the amonnt received and disbursed for the year ending 
September 30, 1865, was as follows : 

BECBIPTS. 

Beccipts, $184, 612 60 

DISBUBSBMENTS. 



\ 



Bisbnrsements, $215,159 77 

Balance September 80, 1864, 36, 725 28 

Balance September 80, 1865, 6,178 11 

$221, 387 88 $221, 887 88 



C0HMI8SI0NEBS' OONTINGSNT FUND. 

For che purpose of defraying the expenses of oeriaia prosecaUpns con- 
nected with the School Fand and Swamp Land Fund, the Legislature in 
the year 1860, appropriated the sum of seven hundred and fifty dollars, 
and in the year 1861 the further sum of three hundred dollars, for the^ 
fiame purpose, both to be expended under the direction of the commis-' 
flioners of school and university lands, and to be paid from the income of 
the funds named, in equal proportions. These appropriAtbns and 
moh fees as are collected by the commissioners aforesaid, are set apart 
and constitute a fund which is denominated the Commissioners* Oontin- 
€MI Fund. 



11 

The condition of thii fiiaci en the SOA ^ayof September. 186K,irta u 
ft^lows: 

rkCbipto. 

Beoeiple, - »120 76 

DISBUBSEMENTS. 

Diabuncnenta $fil TO 

B*I»ii«e SepUmber SO, 18U, 272 »i 

B*Unae Septembsr SO, 18(6, 841 S» 

W8 09 $S98 09 



WAR FUND. 

The receipts followbg snffiDtentiyiadiaite tke sonroea fbottwbieli the 
War FuDd ib derived. 

The smoTiDt reoeived and dubursed for the year ending September 30, 
1865, wu &B folloira : 

RECEIPTS, 

IrfMnaftomTruat Fundi), ab»p.«7S;0.L. 1866, Se28,e0[t 00 — 

Xampomry tun, »...^ 195,000 00 ^.-u^... 

lUimburied by D. fl^ _ 800,288 28 ., ,..-,- 

StftUtox ftr ir«r pt^oMa,..,^ , _ 200,000 00 ....„..., 

S«nil-Miaiwl pftjBient of 1 per cent.. .on bonds, 44,877 26 

Bsfondsd, OTerpftinmit Tol. ^, . 1,413 68 .,., „ 



$1,864,829 19 
" DISBUESEitEHTS. 



TolusUei kid, $1,( l>'38 

Clerk Idro, : .. „.. , _ 1& 01 

trinliag, „ „ ..„„ „ ,,„.. Ife 11 

Iiftbor in SUtflArmarj, ,•—,„; ••» , — 7 60 

Intawit, ,.,„ „.. U 00 

XxpiM* obkTfci,.. , ;S 80 

Burgeon atnark], «__...„.. ^.«,.....^., „ , ' &W 

Bptmal ki^roprlslian*, , S 00 

Mndiy Mcoonta, _ „ , , _,. 4t 66 

Tnusbired to Qen. Tnnd (Uuiporgiij loM udin^) j 6 76 

TrMuf«ir«d to Soldiori* Bdief rnnd, IQ 00 

BUiiUryHUIory, -^..^-^ — « ' ' * 00 



) 19 tl,sib,6e» IS 
i 87 .....;♦.... 

25,883 87 



tl,86e;.608 08 |I,8^,80»W 



STATEMENT, 

Showing in detail ike amount received hy the State Treasurer during the 
year ending September SOth^ 186&, idonging to each fund separately; 
the source from tahich the same was received; to whom and for what 
olject each payment was made; alsoy giving a complete list of'aU 
accounts audited. 



GENERAL FUND. 



Adams County, 

Ashland.... ^do 

Brown do^ 

Buffalo do. ^. 

Calumet do.. 

Chippewa.. ..do.. , 

Clark do < 

Columbia.. ..do.. 

Crawford.. ..dq.. , 

Dane do • 

Dodge.. do 

Boor do 

Douglas do V.k 

Ditnn .-.. do • • 

Eau Claire ..do.. 

FondduLao do 

Grant do.. 

Qreen... do 

Qreen Lake..do 

Iowa..... do 

Jackson.. ....do.. 

Jefferson.... do.. 

Juneau do^ 

Kewaunee...do. 

Kenosha do 

La Crosse ...do 

La Fayette. ..do 

La Pointe ...do 

Manitowocdo.. 

Marathon ...do , 

Marquette. ..do ..... 

Milwaukee ..do 

Monroe do.. 

Oconto.. do 

Outagamie.. .do 

Osaukee......do 



»••••....♦.•• 



) •tf«.v«.»« ...».».»»»...»..«. 



^epui ........ mQOm........ .........*•. «'..«.•• 

x&erov. ■«......uOm.v.'...°...... ............w..^*..*.' 

Polk dc 

Port4ge do.. 

Racine ^dc 

Bichland«...do 



.«« . . •»«%««. .* ....»>.«..»• 



••••••..••I 



Receipts. 



Disbursem'ts. 



$3,226 

297 

6,414 

3,016 

3, 562 

2,297 

2,754 

22,984 

4,662 

61,847 

48, Oil 

1,881 

1,448 

4,988 

4,201 

87,917 

29,619 

20, 680 

11, 074 

14,183 

8,765 

25, 156 

6,996 

1,660 

23,370 

7,967 

17, 330 

.. 588 

5,326 

4,713 

2,772 

91,389 

5,064 

8,740 

7,397 

8,778 

572 

6,512 

2,192 

5,146 

26,584 

5,972 



29 
14 
18 
80 
53 
70 
47 
68 
02 
60 
22 
71 
35 
41 
82 
53 
20 
03 
46 
85 
90 
68 
44 
13 
82 
88 
29 
01 
74 
98 
37 
04 
34 
54 
72 
29 
81 
58 
88 
92 
08 
88 



•*.•....« ••••••••I 



■...#••••....•*... 



...•...«.••.•••••• 

.....•••i *»••••••• 



I... ..•••»....• . 



.••...•4..%. ..••«. 




13 



GSNEBAL FUND— oonUnoad. 



County,*,. 
8i. Croiz......do.... 



.do. 



»••*»*•*•«•• 



>••••• • •*••« 



...do. .•..••••%.••.. 

S]ieboygaii...^o 

TrampeaLoau^dov... 

Vemoa « do 

Walworth^. ..do..: 

Washington. ~do 

Waukesha do. «.. 

Waupaca...... .do .«., 

Waushara do 

WinAebago ...do 

Wood..... do 

Bank of Beloit, 

•••do.. ....Grant County,.. 

...do Interior, 

•••do««.«»«Baoine^». •••.••.. •**». 

.•.do..v*«^^waiikeey , 

...do Manitowoc,... , 

...do Monroe,. 

•••do Whitewater, 

...do Fox Lake, < 

...do Qreen Bay, , 

.••do.4««« .Jefferson, .« 

...do Moneka, 

••«do Madifloa, 

..^do Northwest, 

...do Prairie du Chien, 

...do Sparta, 

.•«do StOTens Point,.. , 

...do Sheboygan, , 

...do Weyauwega, 

...do Watertown, 

City Bank of Kenosha, 

Green Bay Bank,. 

MerohantsVBank, Milwaukee,... 

Walworth County Bank, 

City Bank of Prescott^ 

Columbia County Bank, «... 

City Bank of Green Bay, 

Forest City Bank, 

Faipmers' and Meohatdcs' Bank,. 

Frontier... .....J.. ..;..« do«.. 

German..,,,.,* ^p—« » do,... 

Jefferson Cpijuty ^...« do.., 

Jun^l^^..,,,,,,.....,....... do..v 

Kenosha County.w.«M do.... 

Monroe County •«•..•• do,.,, 

Milwaqkee County,. do.... 

Northern. M*^,.,. «*•.•«•.« do„«. 

Oshkosb Commev»iaX.« do«,.i 

Pri^irie. City., * ^j. do..,. 

Book County,.... do,,,. 

State Bank of Wisconsin, , 



>•<,.,.■... 



• ••«.••»• . a « 



>..'••...•.• •.••*..•. •••..••.•.•. 



Beoeipts. 



62,267 

7,441 

10, £49 

U884 

19, 146 

2,629 

8,682 

41, 471 

18,6i^8 

87, 747 

6,080 

6,190 

17, 996 

2,262 

818 

460 

488 

876 

1,828 

887 

387 

876 

968 

602 

668 

778 

760 

644 

879 

882 

760 

876 

496 

488 

626 

1,880 

1,.881 

876 

666 

. . 688 

822 

496 

876 

876 

876 

876 

2,9*4 

760 

666 

. 1,184 

. 876 

876 

876 

618 

2,812 



62 
21 
16 
48 
68 
66 
07 
94 
14 
86 
10 
40 
78 
29 
88 
00 
98 
00 
24 
71 
71 
00 
08 
90 
84 
88 
00 
88 
16 
60 
00 
00 
89 
86 
00 
41 
70 
00 
09 
88 
17 
68 
00 
.66 
00 
00 
04 
00 
06 
06 
00 
00 
00 
26 
60 



Disbnrsem'ts. 



^. ...%•.• •..,,.... 



>#••.••• 



•.•..««•• 



. ,..». .,..^.. .,«.. 



».. ....AA.. 



».*..*•. 



.«•«.. ^..•.••.•krt. 



.•••.•.•....a,*,,. 



14 



GENERAL FUND^continaed. 

■ tii f i <»iiii * • ^ lilt ^ti »ii4pi r *^y 



- .- . - - 



■^♦» •>»■♦♦< 



»»•**•••« 



»*« »»»•»■■•» 



■•••«• •«*«4 



I •«••««*««*«•••««•«••■»•• 4 



>»♦»»•■* '«»»• I 



Sauk County Bptnk, 

Summit Bank,..: i... 

Second Ward Bkink, : 

St Csoiz. Valley Bank| 

Saok City Baqk, 

Shawano Ban]r,<«^ 

State Bank^^ ^ 

Union Bank,..«^ 

'WlMonsln Banjki Madison,.. 
Waukesha County Bank,. 

Wisconsin Marine and Fikre Ins* Co. Bank, 

Wheat Growers' Bank, «.<...,..*.^ ',. 

Farmera' Bank of Beayer Dam, 

BataTian Bank, * — 

Corn Exchange Bank, ^ 

Com Planters* Bank, ...^ .. 

Dane County Bank, 

Bank of Bipon '>. - 

Bank of Wisconeln„..4..r — .k..-.......^— ....« 

Exchange Bank, Darting & Co., ». 

Elkhorn Bank,..; ^ 

Rockwell & Co.^B Bank, ..^ 

BaTArian Bank, J. -—. 

Manhattan Fire Insuranoe Co , K. Y.,.........* 

do....**Life w.;do , 

Mutual do.* do 

Mutual Benefit Life.. .do Newark, 

Market Fire In 9. Co., N. Y., 

Ma88asoit...«..do Springfield, 

Mercantile Ins. Co., N. Y., 

Mercantile Mutual Ins. Co. N. Y., 

Mercantile Fire do Hartford, 

Metropolitan do N. Y., 

Morris Fire and Inland Ins. Co., N. Y., 

Mutual Ins. Co., Buifalo, 

New Amsterdafu Fire Ins. Co., N. Y., , 

NewEngland.« do .Hartford, 

do.^^...Mutual do JBoston, 

New York do Life Ins. Co., N. Y., 

Niagara Fire. do 

North Amerioikn do 

••^^...do do Hartford 

Northwestern Fire Ins. Co., Oswego, N. Y.,.. , 

I Park .««..«do ..N. Y.,... 

Phoenix ••do .Jarttord,.,.... 

Phoenix ~do Brooklyn...... 

Phoenix Mutual Life Ins. Co., Hartford, , 

ProTidence Wiishlngton Fire Ins. Co., ProTidence, 
ProTident Life Ins. and InTOstment Co., Chicago,.. 

Bepublio Fixe Ins. Co., N. Y., - 

Resolute do... - 

Seourity df ••^ **^ 

Sptingueld Fire and Marine Ins. Co., Springfield,.. 

8tendlard...........#do do • N. Y., •••« 

TniTekra' Lif4 Ins. Co., Hartford, f 



Receipts. 



600 
875 
677 
885 
599 
898 
760 
601 
299 
677 
1,500 
818 
616 
187 
760 
480 
676 
281 
866 
540 

aoi 

808 

. 187 

588 

46 

1,862 

409 

46 
124 

28 
488 
197 
870 
581 
217 
178 
184 
687 
661 
417 
169 
804 
857 
182 
90S 
841 
451 
129 
600 
116 
110 
826 
174 

94 
600 



00 

00 

76 

68 

80 

88 

00 

29 

88 

49 

00 

76 

88 

50 

00 

00 

96 

26 

71 

€0 

46 

70 

60 

18 

07 

41 

18 

91. 

69 

91 

64 

94 

88 

06 

69 

48 

79 

60 

04 

47 

87 

17 

48 

26 

78 

92 

80 

41 

00 

00 

22 

07 

06 

68 

00 



Disbursem'ts. 



>• v«»««. k •«••■• .^^^ 



' J 



,Ai, 



*u 



liv 



GBlVeRi% PfTm)--c0BUtn]idd. 




)> ( 



••tt •• •*•• 



tml** •«»•»••« ' 



■V.-.tWi 



tiiiit 



WMiiBgton life InanrAiice Company, N. ¥.>....*..«•....♦ 

Mihik Fire Iwr. Co^ Hartford, ...v.. ...v^*.,....i..* 

...do.«LilbV.'.'* db«. :......•.;*;..•*«•*«•••••• 

Adriafio Fire...-4p.ii..N. ¥.,.;;;.; 4»v^v.« 

Ai«ti6............-.diC)..,. :;i.....; ; vw...«...kr 

BreYOort.. .....'• .-.do.-; • ....•.*<*•*..;...•.... 

finekejelAilttt^ Flrd Ins. Co., CleTei8iidju..4ii 

Charter Oak Thi aiid Marine Ins. Co , Hartford, » 

CHj Fire Iiis. C<Vi Httrtford,.... 

do...::.'..k..^Kew Haveni-.-i...;-.. -..-.»•* 

Columbia Fire Ii^fil Co., N. Y,v.....».i.......*.....*.i.* 

Colombian Marino Fire Ins. Go.^ N. Y., 

Commeroial Fire •' do.;.«..i.i.i; 

ConunonwealCh do.%...;i v.-.;;.-. 

Connecticut ^-do Hartford,. 

Continental.:.: :...do N«w York 

Corn Exchange -do., .......••; 

Croton do.... ; 

Charter Oak Life Insurance Co.; Hwrtford,. 

Connecticut Mutual Life Ins. Co do.... 

Equitable Life insurance Company, N. Y.,. 

Fulton Fire ......do..... ... 

Germania..... •do..;:....'.....'-'...—.- 

do. I.. ..Life.. do. .*...'.....'..■..*.. '..*■...• 

HanoYor Fire. ....... .i.dc "..". ...;.'.. .v..< 

Hartford Fire InsuraikCe Co., Hartford, 

Home do ~N. Y., v..;;;'.v.....uw 

Homo Life «. doV. Brooklyn...... v. ...■ 

Homefire .do ..^N. Hutbu, .................... 

Howard dc..'. -K. Y., • 

International do do\ ....; ^.~ 

Lamar dc:: do ..,.;.... .1 

LiTcrpool and London and Globe Fire & lAfeIn8;0o.N.Y; 

Lorillard Fire Ins. Contpaoy, N. Y.,...;...;..;... ....;.*; 

Washington Fire.: do :: : 

Western : do .Buffhlo,* ;;.::«;; 

Western Mass do Pittsficldi. ;...;,; *. 

Yonkers and NelrYorit Fire Ins. Co., M. Y.,... 

Beloit andMadifloxi B. R. Co....... 

Chicago & Hofthwfeitertt' B. B.Co.,-.« 

Chicago & Bt. Paul K. B. Co.,.. iv- ..»•..... 

Ghiqftgo & Milwaukee B. B. Cd., .....;;....... -. 

LaOrosse & Milwauke^B B. B. Co., 

Mineral PointB.B.C6.,.. :..... ....•.....'. 

Milwaukee ft Prairie du ChSdh B. B. Co;,........ 

Milwaukee ft 81. PanlB. B, Co., ;;...;....;;...;..; 

Jtaciae ft Misdisslpt^i B. R. Co.,:....... .' • 

6heVeyg«n ftFond dtt LaeB.B. Oo., 

Uwis Blood ft X. BeWtkttten^ pvddters, .v...-.;.....-... 

Jfohn GarTey,».....j[>eddttr,;:.;:... *.; . •. .•.; •.; .■ 

Henry GoM,......:.....d-<)...; :..... 

SQsenn uoss..^.... ...... cio..... 4..... ...........•*.........•.......... 
!fotgeHill...;......w-do:.v....::.;;;....;;;.:.;.....;. 

Patnek Johni^n '.dc . : : .. .'. .'. . .*...'. .v.v.v;.. .v. . .v. . . ..v....'. . 

Mnller ftBroe........:do.... 



«»••• ••■ 



IS 

8,616 

^62 

261 

607 

49 
124 

Iftl 

...447 

92 

82. 

1,240 

186 

60 

69 

47^ 

686 

627 

808 

1,717 

446 

178 

910 

471 

19 

1,246 

8, 116 

881 

602 

86 

808 

117 

669 

666 

176 

276 

140 

118 

819 

42, 722 

6,000 

7,9a7 

21,880 

1,666 

61,888 

87,068 

«, 611 

668 

60 

1^ 

10 

10 

10 

10 

40 



06 
86 
26 
29 
28 
46 
60 
72 
21 
78 
60 
00 
99 
66 
46 
87 
46 
64 
52 
26 
19 
44 
86 
28 
17 
07 
64 
80 
79 
48 
18 
71 
86 
47 
19 
90 
76 
24 
82 
62 
00 
04 
86 
88 
42 
18 
98 
40 
00 
00 
00 
•00 
00 
00 
00 



DisbursemHs. 



a 



>.«.<... •*•.».«• 4 



tfA..%«** •»•••«.•# 









1«: 



GENSBAJi FUND^MMWitisiioaU 



Beeeipts. 



Joel8il¥eniiftn»|..l 

niinoifl & Musifsippi Telegraph Co...... 

NoribLwestarn do , 

Baoine & MiBsi^sippl*— do....« 

Wflstera Union do 

Milwaukee & Jknestille Plazikroad Co., 

Milwaukee &. Fond du Lao .do «.., 

Blilwaukee & Waeliington ^do 

Bfilwaukee & .Qreen.Baj «do 

WAnpun, Fond da Lac & Foreatvdo • 

J. A. BlUa, premium on gold, , 

James Simpson, refonded, *..» 

Lafajetie Kellogg, oosis State.Ts. Titus et al...... 

U. B. Marshal, keeping U. S. prisoners, 

Gurzency redeemed under the proyisions of ohap. 282, 
G.L.1866 „ 

Transferred from War Fund, being amount of temporary 
loan paid from General Fund for extra pay, and re- 
funded from the War Fund, 



W.B. Agness, taking enumeration,. 

H. Albee, do 

J. Anderson,.. do 

M. Adams,. ....j.......4o 

M. L. Amy,, do. ...t 

A. Anderson, do f... 

W« Ahem....... ..do 

0. Andrews^* —..do • 

D. Arnold, do 

G. Adolp,.... do 

W. W. Andrews, •«.... do 

J.Allen, do .>... 

M.Adam, ••>••«•»■••«.• .do. ...••••• < 

Q.H.Allen,. do ...... 

P. Acderson, .do < 

L. S. Ayery, de 

A. Allen,.. ........1,... .do 

J. Armstrong,.... do 

Su Ad(^m8»..,«..' do 

J. F. Ahell, do 

J. C, Burke d« 

J. H. Brooks,^ do.. 

£. Brown, \ ..do 

M. H. BugheiilQ, do 

G.P.Braokell, do 

J. J. Brown,..). ^do 

Mt L. Burdioic, .do 

P. Bowen, » ..do 

E. W. Bradl«pr,....<.*do 

J,.B. Bnrke,.^ ..do 

J. H. Baloh, do 

P. Burman,...k do 

L. Bumner,...f.......^o 

H« Pigelow,«..^..>'f..»do 



1,618,616 49 



Disbursemt's. 



$80 00 




8 86, 


• 


161 76 
17 50 




10 00 




29 87 
86 76 


* m 


6 68 




12 00 . 




88 74 




2, 143 70 


• 


1 00 




12 75 




952 00 
888, 867 00 




198, 716 76 









$24 87 
28 17 

25 65 

48 82 

14 94 
88 76 
81 54 

9 85 

27 15 
62 84 

28 74 

26 81 
65 18 
42 84 

8 55 
28 84 
88 72 

8 05 

15 60 

61 89 
28 74 

88 80 

49 74 
8 16 

11 9^ 

12 16 
84 60 
11 52 

4 02 
19 0& 
52 50 
46 41 

89 69 

62 97 



17 



OEKEBAX FXTND-^ontinued. 



■* ■•- 



W. Brown, tokiiig eniimerfttioii, 

J. BeD, do* 

H. Bametty vdo • •• 

T. 8. Bennett, do,.., * < 

B. F. Barnes, do 

8. A. Beauregard, ...do**M 

8. G. Brown, do 

F. P. Bttsiell, do 

A. Baoboltx, ......do • 

J. 8. Bnok, • do a .%...% 

J.BIej,.. de 

£. M. Beaoh, ..do 

A. Banta, do 

J. A. Barney, do •...• 

B. Blaekstone, do • 

A. Blaekstone, do • 

H. Bojden, do • 

W.Bartells, do 

P. 8. Booth do I 

J. Barry,. .A*. •••••••••do... •••.••.......••• 

G. E. Brnmmer, do 

8. O. Berry, ..do •••••••. 

R. Bennett, do • 

v. H. Babcook, do -. 

B. W. Bradley, ..do 

A. F. Baehanan, do 

Z. B. Bnrke, do 

A. H. Britton, do > 

'H.Bradley, do..... - 

M. Bohan, do 

ThoB. Brogden, do 

B. Blaok, do ....t 

P. Oleson Brye, do 

8. Blaek, do 

A. Bnrr, ....••••Mdo • •••••«•« 

J. R. Barnam, do 

H. L. Bancroft, do 

A. W. Battles do 

J. F. Barker, do 

G. If. Barnes, do :.../ 

0. J. Bnmkam, ..do r...;.....;. 

H. Barnes, .......do... ....•..;.• 

M. Boston, ..do %«• .* • 

Yf. W. Baldwin, do » 

H. 0. BoUon, do 

A. Bliss, ..do.* 

W. Blaokford, do 

T. Byrne, do.* 

E. Barnard do... 

W. Briggs, ...do • 

C. BuUke, ....do is;u.. ..».&....:; 

W. Baek, • do.«.*.««.*j«,«*« ••»•.«««• k*;..i«»«»v 

P. Barlsen,,.*. do...... •...»..«4. .:«.-.:; 

J. C. Balley,......««t..do t.... <. 

J. G. Bishop, •••••••• .do • , 

2B0a 



Receipts. 



M« 



Disbnrsem'ts. 


fSl 86 


88 88 


28 49 


21 99 


21 IS 


120 61 


6 49 


48 81 


16 00 


89 90 


22 69 


45 76 


61 88 


66 66 


14 61 


16 69 


17 64 


10 69 


14 79 


24 15 


68 07 


5 48 


87 n 


8 40 


21 42 


4 86 


88 79 


20 78 


88 04 


79 08 


20 46 


8 25 


16 18 


10 15 


22 74 


18 95 


48 56 


79 47 


26 84 


20 79 


20 76 


' 9 66 


48 14 


2 18 


88 61 


42 81 


46 41 


26 91 


21 80 


27 69 


20 00 


87 80 


86 61 


14 20 


6 98 



18 r 



GENERAL JPUND— oontiaoed* 



D. Brodi, tftking enumeration, 

J. W. Blending, do, 

S. C. Beach, do 

J. Bales, do 

Sam. Barsiow, do 

H. Boolo, do 

W. E, BoTee, do 

A. Bearer, , do 

W. B. Blodgett, do 

D. Braokow, do 

E. B. Burnham, .........do 

W. BaUershill, do 

T. M. Bins, do 

F. Benkhard do 

J. F. Combacker, do 

G. M. W. Carley, do 

A. Clark, do 

J. B. Carter, ', do .^ 

E. F. Cross, do ' 

M. A. Child, do 

Jw H. Curtiss, do 

H. Carley, do 

F. -E. Chapman,.... do 

W. Crane, do 

J. A. Clark do 

W. Canuth do 

£. M. Grandell, ....do 

F. Cactin, ....do 

F. W. Case, .....do 

W. D. Cone,, do 

F. B. Campbell, do 

A. F. Clark,.- do 

J. Cook, do 

M. Crawford, do 

J. Coleman, do 

J. Coates...... do 

H. Crow, do 

P. Corbett, ....do 

F. Calgen, ....do 

E. B. Clussman, do. 

F. Christnob, do 

E. F. Came, do. 



P. G. Cheeyes, do ^. 

I. S.Clark, do 

W. B. Clinton, do 

J. W. CanlflF, do 

J. H. Coolidge, do 

P. Crofoot, do 

A. L. Chase, do 

J. Chennington,.... do 

Q. H. Chamberlain, do 

C. N. Carpenter, do ..•v«*v 

W. F. GoUow, do • 

W. J. Chamber liun,.... do 



•!tl 



fieoeipts. 



Diiborsem'ts. 


$18 96 


60 64 


17 01 


16 81 


21 89 


71 87 


86 67 


69 19 


64 86 


14 20 


12 86 


20 48 


19 80 


27 67 


8 70 


28 20 


28 17 


27 40 


16 69 


• 81 68 


14 64 


86 08 


80 05 


24 67 


84 74 


88 28 


82 46 


32 22 


19 92 


87 06 


61 78 


26 74 


82 86 


29 84 


28 60 


27 98 


18 88 


24 96 


79 47 


81 42 


19 U 


18 66 


76 66 


92 68 


2 79 


80 84 


88 22 


48 80 


27 00 


14 86 


7 66 


66 91 


18 76 


24 87 



19 



OBNERAL FUND-Hsontinaed. 



J. Cogswell, taking ennmeTftUon, 

C.Clark, do 

A« Canoe, do ••• 

C. F. CuQer, do 

W. Came, do 

J.Clifford, do 

C, f. CliBO, do 

B. Canfield, do 

E. B. Our, do 

H. H. Crammer, do 

D. C. Clune, do 

F. V. Castairy, do 

C. H. Chambers,.. ..-do 

A. S. Cash, do 

P. W. Clapp do 

W. Casley, do 

J. H. Cook, do • 

G. W. Cotton, do 

W. Colby, do 

J. Cowing, do 

A. F. Cronkhite,....-do 

J. W. Combs, do 

W. Churchill do 

W. W. Curry, do 

A. E. Chester, -do 

J. T. Cragan,... do 

C. Chamberlln, do 

L. H. Cadwell, do 

J. M. Clark, .do 

J. Gine, do 

W. J. Dow, do 

J, L. "Dyer, do 

W. B. Dodge, do 

W, H. Downs, do ~ 

W. 8. DaTis, do 

J. Dewing, do 

B. B. Dick, do 

W. Dsiiforth,...«.....do 

J. Donglass, -do 

J. P. DaTis, do 

8. DaTis, do 

R. Donshee, .do 

W. Delloff, do 

A, K. Delany do 

M. Deniok, do 

P. Dunn, do 

A. Denny, ».-do 

B.Dann, do 

L. Damon, do...; 

P. Doyle, .M.^avftdo. ••.••! 

J. F. beYoire)«.«i.....do 

B.Drew, do. • 



Receipts. 



Disbursem'is. 


$89 08 


69 70 


82 00 


87 00 


52 86 


40 71 


107 85 


18 50 


17 60 


16 60 


18 66 


28 97 


28 80 


22 82 


15 51 


98 10 


47 61 


7 50 


8 61 


18 95 


82 85 


21 oa 


17 15 


87 89 


2 48 


2 80. 


14 10 


29 05 


12 25 


29 40 


88 07 


7 89 


86 42 


84 74 


19 59 


80 18 


7 08 


42 15 


85 88 


80 81 


68 78-. 


54 06. 


67 21 


17 88: 


80 66, 


14 22 


85 28: 


27 06 


95 lO' 


56 8* 


65 19 


81 00 



20 



GENERAL FUND— continued. 



B. Dunne, taking enumeration, 

J. M. D<tvi8| do < 

B. E. Doirnie,.. do 

H. Dunham, do 

W. B. Dresser, do > 

J,L. DeBow, do 

H.Dunstan, do 

M.Daniels, do 

£. Drnry, do 

B. Dunning, do 

P. C. Dunn,... do 

B, M.Diok, do 

£. H. Daniels, do 

8. W. Davis, do 

A. H. Dufree, do 

0. W. Doolittle, do 

T. DaTis, do 

M. £. Dewey, do 

S. P. Dessmon, do 

W. Darling,.. do , 

R. Denhurst, do 

B. S. Eldred, do 

A. H. Edwards, do. 

F. L. Earle do 

U. End, do 

A. Ennus, do 

B. Ensign, do 

G. Erickson, do 

J. Eisman, do 

H. B. Eldredge, do 

J. F,ranz,...* do 

jr. Farley, do 

J. Flick, do 

A. J. Fuller, do 

G. Folsom, do 

J. D. Frances, do 

W. Fannies, do 

C. E. Freeman, do 

H. Fearne, do 

A. Ford, do 

J. 0. Fraul, do 

J. J. Foot, do 

N. Fidley, do 

C. M. Fairbank, do 

J. Fisher, do 

R. A. Forbes, do 

H. W. Favor do 

M.Fi«h, do 

0. B. Foreman, do 

J. Foleit, do 

B. Field, do 

O. W. Forrill, do 

W, Fenis,,.. do 

P. R. Frey, do 



Receipts. 



DisbursemHs. 


|146 68 


19 41 


17 U» 


65 44 


26 80 


23 86 


68 97 


22 84 


69 90 


11 to 


76 18 


40 62 


80 99 


12 42 


16 28 


64 81 


32 97 


84 81 


12 70 


11 96 


20 60 


29 67 


41 40 


25 41 


148 80 


48 69 


86 21 


47 10 


7 60 


74 01 


64 48 


4 62 


81 82 


89 16 


81 28 


80 76 


89 69 


27 24 


8 16 


8 20 


fi9 40 


86 76 


87 82 


89 69 


24 81 


48 80 


21 76 


17 97 


7 60 


48 98 


18 26 


10 00 


2 67 


45 4S 



21 



GENERAL FUND— continued. 



R. B. Falleri taking enumeration, 

T. Flanagan do 

B. F. French, do, 

J. H. Oilman, do 

II. Getts, do 

Q. H. Gnernsejj do 

N. H. Gray do 

J.F. Gold,.. do 

C. R. Green,... do 

J. Gray, do 

W. Gammous, do 

M. Gougb, do 

J. J. Galleker,.. do 

J. F. GrooTe, do 

C. Greenfield, do« 

H. Gorsch, do 

H. A. Gordon, do » 

F. Gauiell, do 

M. Gray, do ••••» 

W. S. Green, do 

W. D. Gunn, ..do 

I. S. GraTea ..do 

J, W. Gray,... do 

O. Geger, do 

F. Gore...... ...do , 

G. A. Grosse, 8r., do 

J. Garland, do « 

W. B. Gadis, do 

A. Gibson, do 

J. J. Goban, do a..»»« 

G. Gibson,.. do ( 

A. Gray, do«,i 

M. Graham,.. do •.»•< 

W. B, GroTer,..».«,«.«do i 

P. Hayes, do •••• 

T. Holmes, do 

y. Hlllman....... do 

Geo. Hop4,.»«««M»**>«*do ••• ••. 

B. Henry,... ••••».«do 

J. Hudson, do., •.. 

F. Heenan,..,. do ^.. ....•• 

E. Harding, ., do *...,..m««... 

N. Hannon,...«......«.do««»***... •••••.••. ••••>••• 

H. Howaith,..., do » 

J. A. Hoxie,.. do •• 

J. Hosan, ....do «...••••#* «•• 

H Hill,... do , 

a Hall do 

H. H.Hoyt, do ..*...»««. ,• 

A. Q. Haysen, ..do 0,^ 

J. 0. HalUger, ^do , «,••. 

.L. B. Hills, do * 

J. Hall,.. do 

W. Holt, do 



Receipts. 



»««.«•*•«•«• 



>••••••• •■••••••• 



••••••••••••« 



Disbnrsem'ts. 


fl8 00 


26 14 


6 05 


11 68 


88 86 


16 85 


18 fiO 


88 94 


84 62 


86 09 


47 58 


84 40 


67 46 


82 18 


25 80 


224 70 


54 24 


55 44 


88 01 


87 90 


41 28 


81 02 


18 62 


24 81 


88 94 


12 50 


16 29 


15 98 


46 25 


26 40 


10 11 


12 48 


9126 


47 00 


20 70 


40 77 


50 61 


2 87 


84 56 


87 89 


81 U 


41 6i 


17 22 


45 99 


51 69 


84 56 


180 


22 50 


24 99 


88 04 


46 20 


28 80 


50 19 


87 68 



22 



GENERAL FUND -continaed. 



M. H. Hodge, taking enumeration,. 

'Q. Halstenson, do 

H. A. Hajden,. do 

J. Howard, do 

A. A. Hood do 

J. G. Hudson, do. 

B. H. Humphrey, »..do 

J. G. Hoppin, do 

J. M. Hartford, do 

J. Hefty, do. 

J. A. Holmes, do 

W. B. Hibbard, do 

E« Hotohkiss,.. do 

F. Harsheim, ....do 

H.E. Houghton, do 

W.Hallback, do 

H. V. Hely, do 

B. M. Henderson, do 

M. Hilyers, .....do 

J. Henley, s do 

W. H. Hardy, do 

J. Hammond, do 

D. Hunt, do 

J. Heyman, do 

P. Bobbins, do 

J. Hoskin, do 

0. W. Hammond,... do 

J. W. Heathoock, do 

J. Hoan, do 

E.Hart, do....^... 

J. Hall, ., do 

A. Healch, do 

K}. H. Howard, do 

H. Hawes, •^ do 

W. Hall, do 

M. Hinkst^ do 

F. Hillman do 

A.G. Hamacher, do<.. ..>.... 

J. Hewett, do... 

H. Irion, *...«••«.». do.««...... 

W. B. Irish, do, , 

A« Iiey, do 

B. Irey, - do , 

L. G. Jones, do.. 

B* Joyce, ••...— ..^...do 

B.B. Jones, •^•...•••— -do 

J. Jfcnce, do......... 

T. J«p8on, ».........«.do 

B, B. Jones, ..do 

J. A. John8on,..*...»«..^M*.«..do.% , 

B. Johnson, .do......... 

W. Jtfers, Jr., ..••••••.••do #« 

^* H^ Jacobs, .■.^•.••■•••••M.v.do.. ....••.< 



Receipts. 



Disbursem'ts. 



16 68 

27 96 
154 42 

59 49 

26 80 

7 66 

6 00 

74 94 

4 29 

26 86 

19 05 

46 65 

15 95 
43 77 

16 00 
57 96 

18 00 
40 86 

28 82 
50 87 

47 82 
84 82 

20 76 

19 26 

27 12 

5 16 

10 44 

68 82 
88 91 
80 00 

28 25 
4 80 

88 88 
2 82 

11 87 

28 d8 

46 ao 

47-49 
10 00 

29 22 
84 71 
82 62 
22 58 
19 58 
25 71 
25 80 
25 74 

30 52 

6 20 
160 57 

69 96 
e 76 

17 05 



23 



OENIRAL FUND— continaed. 



H. 6. Jobet, taktng efittmeration,. 

jr. G. Jeifen, do 

jr. M* JonM,...«.»>.*.... do 

8. li. JunoB,.... do 

Peter Jones, do 

J. F. Jaoobs, do 

... Jenkfl, do..' 

A. J. Johnson : do , 

H. T. Jones, do 

T. L. (Jones, do 

8. Jameson, do 

A. W. D. Jean, do 

B. R. Jernoas, do 

J. Keenan, do 

A. Korppen, do 

L.Kidder, ..do 

G.Eind, ..do 

T. D. Kellogg, do 

J. Kelley, do 

J. A. Keistad do 

A.King, do 

M. <p. Kenjon, do 

J. Eeane, : do 

H. Kelley, ..do < 

F.B.. Kelley, do 

1). V. Knowlton, do 

P. Kelley, do 

H. Komer, do 

E. J. Kelley, do 

M. EUlgore, do 

R. C. Kelley, do 

O.T. Knowles, ..do...-. 

^Oeo. Keyes do 

W. Kirkwoody do 

J. Konz, do 

J. W. Kildov do 

T. Knopt, do 

C. W. Kellogg,; ..do 

H.B. Kelley, do 

F. Kleinliolx, do 

A. Key, ^do 

38. Knight, do 

H. Knight, do 

J. C. Kelliher, .do 

J. W. Knight, do 

J. Kenward, Ido 

L. Kessenger; do 

M. Keyos, ..do 

B.^lionergan, ;....do: 

M. Layen, do 

J. B. I^tle, do 

A, A. Lee,.... ..do 

J. Larson, ^o 

L. J, Lawson, do*........., 



Reeeipts. 



Disbarsem'ts, 


4006 


3121 


80 84 


115 10 


62 68 


6 40 


69 27 


12 60 


16 80 


18 12 


^ 85 


12 48 


18 88 


40 47 


12 96 


14 28 


84 77 


27 24 


10 88 


40 08 


88 61 


4 68 


16 66 


10 47 


61 92 


88 00 


104 79 


59 48 


66 84 


7^ 66 


46 06 


165 46 


28 BO 


40 17 


47 84 


82 76 


27 69 


29 60 


26 28 


80 46 


88 79 


20X9 


11 80 


21 80 


88 27 


18 85 


23 ip 


16 60 


18 80 


17 66 


16 81 


U 00 


25 74 


624 



24 



GENSBAL FUND— eontiaued. 



J. Lester, taking enumeration,. 
J. Lobdell, do 

B. Lehengal, do 

F.Lawrence, do 

C. Lucas, ;......do 

W. H. Lampher, do 

' »— Lentholdt, do 

A. y. La Grange, do 

8. R. Leonards, do 

0. B.Lewis, do 

G.L. Lawes, do 

0. Ml Lemfright, do 

M. P. Linslej, do 

J. B. Lynn, do 

T. Longbotham, do 

J. B. Laird, do.... 

G. W. Lonej, do 

J. J. Lanej, do 

J. LeLoj, do 

J. Last, do 

J. Long, do 

C. 0. Landerborg,...\..do 

B. 6. Landt, do 

B. L. Lambert, do 

M. Lynch, do 

L. B. Lattimer, do 

H. W.Lewis, do 

M. B. Leyman, do 

H. Lear, do 

G. Learing, do 

H. H. Lull, do 

W. H. Lansing, do 

P. MoNally, do 

T. M. Martin, do 

M. MoGomb, do 

J. Maurey, do 

A. L. Maun, do 

A. J. McKay, do 

G. H. Morse, do 

B. B. Meigs, do 

B. H. Merrill, do 

P. Moliter do 

J. MoBalk, do 

G. W. Mathews, do 

P. 0. Murphy, do 

J. Mitchell do 

G. L. Marsh, do 

G. P. Mead do 

G. Mellberg, do 

7. p. MoFarland, do 

W. B. Main, do 

G. L. Morris, do 

A. McKay, do 

X Vikhoney, do 



Receipts. 



Disbursem'ta. 


26 88 


5 28 


18' 68 


27 90 


51 85 


44 59 


8 72 


41 87 


81 88 


60 82 


48 48 


59 67 


56 10 


22 08 


^3 18 


20 22 


43 50 


29 94 


10 08 


12 87 


8 18 


22 92 


;9 85 


21 69 


21 25 


60 15 


72 84 


7 25 


7 95 


11 25 


120 15 


2^88 


4 74 


49 77 


24 80 


5 15 


37 14 


12 72 


22 88 


48 80 


85 65 


29 19 


89 88 


48 17 


42 89 


81 44 


20 25 


6 57 


18 58 


6 06 


28 70 


6 85 


34 05 


42 48 



26 



QBHSRAL F0ND>— ooatlnned. 



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W. Vftrston, taking eniuoaeration, 

V. Miller,.... ...do—....^.... 

J. Mayne, .^ ...do. .^.. 

A. C. Marphy, ..do. ........... 

H. Marpliy,.^ do.....«. 

J. Mills, ,.„... ..do..... ,. 

If. Meyer, do 

P. McBean, do...... 

£. B. Mariindale, «.do 

J. Miles, do 

B. Mann, ...do 

T. J. Morgan, do............. 

J. Malone ,do. .,.«•«%.... 

G. Marshall,. ............. do « 

S. W. McNiit,...a.*»....*do..........<k«..MAM 

W. H. McCracken,.....do 

C. J. Manel, do...... 

A. J. Maltoon...... .do...^..%... 

J. McCay, do. ..••«*••. 

A. Murphy, ,.. do. ..••.»•«. 

J. Morrin, do........... 

W. A. McKisson^ do............ 

0. Martin, ..do 

J.Mathews, do 

J. W. MoOabe,......».<Mdo.... 

F. A. Massner, do.... 

T. Mathews, do.... 

£. W. Morse, do.. •• 

W. Metcalf, do.... 

P. Morrison, do... 

S. Monesy, do.... 

W. Moss, , do.... 

£. Manning,... do.... 

J. B. Martin, do.... 

P, JB. McCoortier, lo... 

J. 0. MoKee .........do... 

J. T. Mason ..do... 

E. B. Manning, do... 

B. MoTsbaol^ do. 

B. MoBonnell, do •.••»....•..•..•• 

J. B. Manning, do............. 

J. T. Maynard,.«.........do - 

& P. Mason, do 

A. Mobs, •...•••.... ..do •«.••. 

W. HoKnight|...., do..*...*. .......... ...«.«. 

N. Neilson, .....do .......*...•• 

W. A. Norton, do............*............ 

J. W. Nansoaiun^ .do 

B. 8. Nelson, do. 

B. North, ..^do...*... 

■**• wuie,... ......... •.•••..»cio .*..••••*..••.•.»• ••..•.•••••.• 

C. A. Noye9,..A.«.....#.Mdo... 

If. Norton, .« do 

J. W. Nelson, do»...«.*« 



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Beoeipts. 



Bisbnnem'ts. 



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55 65 

56 SO 
44 10 
59 18 
82 46 

28 46 
15 

50 15 
81 09 

88 64 

29 28 
22 28 

14 96 

15 42 

40 50 
87 28 
52 80 

89 21 
81 44 

18 56 

84 89 

16 28 

19 20 

41 55 
18 GO 
18 50 
15 86 
18 27 
12 12 

85 87 
15 98 
21 89 
59 81 
80 27 

7 90 

20 81 
12 08 
25 05 
87 45 

8 48 
2 10 

27 05 
15 65 
15 75 
27 57 

21 87 
84 88 
88^46 

90 49 
27 66 

40 80 

41 46 
87 85 
61 14 



24 



GEMSBAL FUND— eontUiaed. 



J. Lester, taking enumeration,. 
.J. Lobdell, do 

H. Lehengal, do 

F.Lawrence, do 

C. Lucas, .......do 

W. H. Lampher, do 

' ^— Lentholdt, do 

A. y. La Grange, do 

8. R. Leonards do 

0. B.Lewis, do 

G.L. Lawes, do 

G. M. Lemfright, do 

H. P. Linslej, do 

J. B. Lynn, do 

T. Longbotham, do 

J. B. Laird, do 

G. W. Lonej, do 

J. J. Lanej, do 

J. LeLoj, do 

J. Last) do 

J. Long, do 

C. 0. Landerborg,...^..do 

B. B. Liindt, do 

B. L. Lambert, do 

M. Lynch, do 

L. £. Lattimer, do 

H. W. Lewis, do 

M. £. Lejman, do 

H. Iiear, do 

G. Learing, do 

H. H. Lul^ do 

W. H. Lansing, do 

P. McNallj, ..do 

T. M. Martin,. do 

M. McGomb, do 

jr.Maurey, ..do 

A. L. Maun, ...do 

A. J. McKay, do 

G. H. Morse, do 

B. B. Meigs, do 

B. H. Merrill, do 

P. Moliter, do 

J. MoBalk, do 

G. W. Mathews, do 

P. 0. Murphy, do 

J. Mitohel^ do 

G. L. Marsh ..do 

G. P. Mead do 

G. Mellberg, do 

J. C. MoFarland, ..do 

W. B. Main, do 

G. L. Morris, ..do... 

A.McKey, do 

J. Mahoney, do 



Receipts. 



Disbursem'ts. 


26 88 


6 28 


Id' 68 


27 90 


51 86 


44 69 


8 72 


41 87 


81 88 


60 82 


48 48 


59 67 


68 10 


22 08 


^8 18 


20 22 


43 50 


29 94 


10 08 


12 87 


8 18 


22 92 


;$ 86 


21 69 


21 26 


60 15 


72 U 


7 26 


7 96 


11 26 


120 16 


2^88 


4 74 


49 77 


24 80 


6 16 


87 14 


12 72 


22 88 


48 80 


86 66 


29 19 


89 88 


48 17 


42 89 


81 44 


20 26 


6 67 


18 68 


6 06 


28 70 


6 86 


84 06 


42 48 



26 



QBHBRAL FUMD^-OMkUoned. 



>•.««■,*«*«••••«•>•■•••«••.••« •'•^C 



W. Vftnton, taking enumeration, 

V. Miller ^do ..... 

J. Mayne, ., ..do. •••.«•.•... 

A. C. Marphj, ..do 

H. Murphy, do..... 

J. Mills, ..do 

If. Meyer, do... 

F. MeBean, do 

£. B. Mariindale, ..do 

J. Miles, do 

fi. Mann, ...do 

T. J. Morgan, do 

J. Malone....... ,do « 

G. Mareball, do 

E. W. McNitt| ••••.•do....M.. 

W. H. McCrackeii,.....do. 

C. J. Manel, ...do 

A. J. Maltoon,. ........ ..do 

J. McCay, «.....do 

A. Murphy, do 

J. Morrin, , do... 

W. A. MoKissoQ) do... 

0. Martin, «do... 

J. Mathews, ..do... 

J. W. MoGabe, ..do... 

F. A. Mnssner, do.... 

T. Mathews, do.... 

£. W. Morse,... .• do.... 

W. Metoalf, do..., 

P. Morrison, do... 

S. Monesy, do.... 

W. Moss, ,....«.«.do.... 

£. Manning, do..., 

J. R. Martin,., do... 

P. B. MoCourtier, ..lo... 

J. 0. MoKee..,..* ..do... 

J. T. Mason.... .do... 

E. B. Manning, do... 

B. Morsbaok, do.. 

B. MoBonnell, do 

J. B. Manning, ..do. 

J. T. Maynard,...........do — .... 

8. P. Mason, do — 

A. Mobs, .....do........ ...••• 

W.MoKnight^ do.... 

N. Neilson, • do 

W. A. Norton, do ..^m..* «..••.. .••.•• 

J. W. Naitsoaajn^........do.......«.....M......M 

B. 8. Nelson,,...........do .* 

B. North, ....MMdo...*** 

C. A. Noye8,..*.«....«..Mdo 
If. Norton, do 

■J. .W. Nel8on|.... do......^. 



t >...».♦ • ....«.• 



>................■...........•. •«.«'• 



.^.♦....... 



»■........»•....»>.♦• ••«• 



» ».......*.....« 



. . . « »•..« ....•« 



Receipts. 



Bisbnrsem'ta. 



.................. 






..•..•••«•••••.••• 

.....•• •••.•..... 

.....»...•.•.••••« 



.,•..•.•*•.... •••.I 



66 65 

66 SO 
44 10 
69 18 
82 46 

28 46 
16 

60 16 
81 99 

88 64 

29 28 
22 28 
14 96 
16 42 

40 60 
87 28 
62 80 

89 21 
81 44 

18 66 
84 89 
16 28 

19 20 

41 66 

18 eo 

18 60 
16 86 
18 27 
12 12 

86 87 
16 98 
21 89 
69 81 
80 27 

7 90 

20 81 
12 08 

26 96 

87 46 
848 
2 10 

27 96 
16 66 
16 76 
27 67 

21 27 
84 88 
88^46 
»4» 
27 66 
49 29 
41 46 
87 86 

61 14 



26 



QJSNBRAL FUND^-eoniiiraed. 



P. Nichols, taking enumeration, 

J. B. Newer, do.. 

W. C. T. Newell, do 

ۥ Nofffl, ..do.^ 

X. Nntteg, .do..^ 

W.Newerdels, do.^ 

T. Nagle, do 

Sam. Newick, do 

T. W. Nasb, do 

A. P.North, do 

W. ^. Newton,. .......do 

A. Nensbffaer, do...« •..*••.•. ^ 

P. Nolan, do..« 

€. H. Nicola, ..do... 

G. A. Noj^ee,... do.... 

O. W. Nazam, do... 

J. Noyes, do... 

L. A. New8on,........do.... 

T. Outcalt, ..do... 

M. Ottanhafer,....,...do... 

J. B. Oastine, . •• do.... 

0. Ot^ do.... 

X Oliver, do.... 

P. Oiaore, do... 

J. H. Oosley, do... 

C. T. Otwell, .do... 

M. £. O'Gonnell, do... 

0. Ohlioking, do... 

G.0. Oppligu,.. do... 

F. A. Ploflf, do... 

J. Parsons, do... 

G. P. Parker, do... 

W. Paton, ..do..., 

D. H. Pnlsefer, ..do 



Reoeipte. 



■ »»». • ♦—.•»<»■».•». • I 



'■..».>.......».. >..».....< 



>....««..4 



V. Xa x^mior,.. ........ .do. ....... .......... 

U. Plarsons, .do 

J. L. Pingell,......«..Mdo...... ..••.»••.•.. 

J. Ik Piok, .do 

B. B. Porter, ..do 

W. H. Porter,. do ..^.. 

W.Priddy, do 

W. W. Perry,. ,,...•.. do • 

F. N. Peek, do. 

B. L. Poller, ^do. 

O.W. Prescott^ ^o. 

H. Peinio,........«...do. 

H. Parsons,. ^•(••••••••do. 

M. H. Pengra, ••••do •••..• 

M. B. Patoben .do. 

M. W. PhiUips, .do 

W. B. Par8one(-,.«.,,do 
M. iB. PoTel],...«.......do 

J. L. Potingill, ^do 

T. Pendleton,.** do .•.•m«..m. 



........•.•••... ....•....•.♦..■••.♦.••••♦»• 



»««•« 



>■.»•.•»•••>•... •« 



».•«...••».....*•>.... 



I— >.■<■■• ... •• •.•••••.• 



•••> •■■< ^ . ♦.*•••■»*•»•♦— *»^ 



•••••• •...«•*•.... 



•«.••«•«•••••••••• 



......«•• •«r..*»«v 



DiBbarsem'ts. 

f 102 76 
90 04 
17 82 
56 84 
11 70 

17 48 
24 21 
62 20 
80 68 

47 61 
11 46 

81 

19 86 
88 87 
82 22 

9 68 

21 90 
70 00 
16 99 
86 07 

22 28 

78 06 
40 98 

88 07 
9 80 

89 90 
24 ii5 

79 68 

48 96 

187 86 
79 90 

10 62 
29 46 

11 80 
44 25 
89 12 
40 86 
16 69 

7 47 
98 80 
26 46 
26 94 
21 96 

20 76 

188 04 
26 86 
86 86 
88 66 
40 86 

6 72 

18 40 
28 41 
28 66 

19 56 



27 



GENERAL FUND— eontinued. 



N. 8. Palmer^ taking enumeration,. 

F. M. Payne, "..do 

A. Peterson, ..do 

K. Patrick, do 

8. B. Phelps, do i.. 

J. B. Powers, do 

W. H. Pritchet^ do 

P. Pfaff, do 

H. G. Patnam, do 

F. J. Potior, do 

A. W. Parker, do.. 

B. Powers, do 

J. C. Qninby, do. 

. J. Y. Quarles, do 

M. Qninn, do 

Dan*l Bnttledge, do 

W. Rankin, do • 

A. H. Ruhter, do , 

T. M. Ross, do 

B. Radcliflfe, do 

J. R. Rowland, do 

B. Rowell, do 

E. T RuBsel], do 

W. Beitli, do 

H. Richards, do 

B. Bingle, do 

P. Roo^ ..do 

A. O. Rockwell, do 

H. W. Reeye, do 

J. Russell, »do 

W. A. Rosdell, do 

F. Renschline, do 

W. Richardson, do 

T.Richie, do 

H. Beuss, do 

L. Rote, i do 

R. Radcliff, do 

0. Reecb, do 

A. H. Read, «..do....; 

P. Bawson, do 

J. W. Ramsey, do i 

W. W. Rope, , do.. 

S. Rodgers, do 

A«Rodger8, do 

L. A. Reed, do 

J. Rosenberg^ do 

J. W. itewey, ..do 

H. H. Rust^ do 

W. J. Reed, do 

J. B. Rubens, do 

0. Ryan, do , 

7. Reed, do 

H. W. Renney.....«.«.do 

B. W. BteYeqs, do 



Receipts. 



Disbursem'tfl. 


$16 58 


40 41 


17 01 


8 67 


12 go 


140 19 


85 81 


86 86 


71 60 


25 80 


8 55 


84 62 


1 17 


45 00 


19 50 


55 26 


15 68 


50 97 


28 55 


9 86 


26 25 


46 82 


87 71 


X 21 48 


84 80 


18 08 


28 61 


10 00 


28 52 


23 76 


82 08 


71 07 


16 88 


10 00 


12 89 


25 89 


17 21 


88 69 


89 to 


14 90 


41 01 


29 62 


3 06 


89 18 


69 27 


10 60 


85 86 


86 47 


40 65 


19 47 


16 26 


10 65 


8 80 


88 U 



28 



GENERAL FUND— conlinaed. 



J. Scott, taking enumeration, 

Z, Z. D. Swift, do 

J. F. Sprague, do 

W. Schomoncke, do 

B. Sage, do 

S. H. Swift, : do 

L. H. Smith, do 

J. Spain, do 

3, W. St. John do 

D. 0. Shea, do 

S. H. Sawyer, ..: ...do 

J. O. Standermojer, ...do 

W. Schlight, do..,:.. 

C. Sumnight, do , 

W. H. Smith, do 

B. Sprague, do 

Sam. Stenhouse, do 

S. Samaelson, do , 

F. Schmidt, do..;.... 

E. P. Sherman, do 

J. S. Scott, do 

T. S. Seymour, do 

A. A. Spencer, do 

A. Sanderson, do 

J. Smith, do 

£. 8. Snow, do 

L Schofield do , 

M. Sohwarz, do , 

P. W. Shielda, do 

F. Sellin, do 

W. D. Stiles, do 

W. SteTens, do 

J. Singer, <lo 

lu Shearing,,. do 

C. H. Staples, do 

C. F. SilTermail, do 

0. Skinner, do , 

H. Searl, do 

J. Smith do 

T. C. Strickney, do 

J. D. Smith, ,.do 

A. J. Steyens, do 

A. J. Stewart, do 

8. Strickland, do 

E. A. Scott,.. do , 

P. A. Steele, ..do 

B. Sandone, ..do 

H. T. Sharpe, do 

C. H. Stowen, do 

M. Smith, do 

G. W. 6appington,......do 

B. StookwelV do 

M. Bhangnesiy, do 

W. Stewart, do 



Receipts. 



Disbnnem'tfl. 


4 62 


6 66 


11 60 


54 48 


86 64 


8 84 


27 48 


18 66 


28 79 


88 46 


10 86 


80 09 


19 26 


6 75 


80 95 


82 28 


29 88 


86 69 


50 84 


81 89 


20 58 


22 02 


29 28 


29 40 


18 92 


85 52 


06 75 


45 06 


11 85 


48 45 


88 40 


25 65 


42 15 


88 09 


26 80 


8 10 


15 85 


42 40 


29 85 


22 50 


26 00 


51 58 


29 00 


10 85 


U 40 


14 70 


18 82 


18 71 


84 00 


15 06 


8 40 


48 80 


76 02 


28 76 



29 



GSNEBAL FUND— continued. 



L. Stevens, Jr., taking enomeration,. 

G. Spencer, • do 

£• Stcppenbach, do 

G. L. Sargent,.., do 

IC F. Bonnson,,. do. 

J. Bchredj, do 

XJ. Senn, do < 

A. J. Schuyler, do 

G. A. Schaefer, do 

H. P. Stephenson,... do 

M. Smith, do 

J. Stoneman, do 

H. E. StiUwell, .do 

P. V. Sang, do 

S. G. Bilker, •.••n* ••••do 

P: B. Bteedley,.'.-«do 

M. StroBsej, do 

J. W. Shuej, do 

T. D. Bteelea, do 

H. Stroede, do 

H. Btennard, do 

P. Stickdjcke, do 

£. SteTenSi do • 

J. Shankland, do..^.^ ••• 

P. Sqniree,... do 

J. H. C. 8neclode,...do 

J. L. Seaman, do 

T. Spencer, do 

J. £. Seabold, do 

H. V. Train, do 

J. P. Towne, do 

D. Y. Taylor, do 

J.Thayer, do 

H. Tack, do 

T. S. Trenton, do. 

R. Tcilee, do 

J. B. Tracy, do 

B. Thompson, do 

O. W. W. Tanner,...do 

J. Thomson, do* 

A. Taylor,.. do 

J. H. Tower, do* 

H. M. Town,. ..•...,.. .do -. 

J. T. Temby, -do....* 

A. N. True, do 

8. I. Thorn peon....... do 

B. 0. lottle, do 

H. ThomgaIe,.........do* 

£• ToUette, do « 

A. P. Thompson,**... do » 

J.TuH do... 

E. Timme, -do. .v. , 

A. R. Taylor,. ..« do..«^*«*«* »•••• 

W.Taie^ wio«<< i.... 



Beoeipts. 



Disbnrsem'ts. * 


20 22 


11 97 


110 86. 


44 74 


40 62 


68 94 


60 46 


6 70 


9 40 


11 86 


11 60 


806 


81 14 


88 99 


29 76 


86 82 


28 88 


46 18 


41 96 


41 62 


48 88 


78 17 


10 80 


11 88 


27 80 


32 76 


48 90 


81 72 


66 48 


28 44 


69 76 


28 19 


18 12 


21 67 


62 06 


41 84 


82 48 


24 24 


66 99 


47 70 


46 78- 


29 82 , 


14 90 


29 04 


21 99 


20 28 


67 77 


10 44 


10 89 


17 26 


8 06 


26 79 


22 29 


29 18 



30 



GENERAL FUND— oonUnued. 



J. £. Thompson, taking enumeration^. 

J. P. Trumble,^ do 

J. V. Thorpe, do 

8.P. Fuller, do 

H. W. Van Galder,....do 

J. Van Horn, do 

B« F. VandenTort,...do 

L. C. Vine, do 

L. A. Vietz, do 

F, Vaughn, do 

A. VanderTOorter,...do 

B. F. Vaughn, do 

P, J. View, '.do 

W. J. Vincent, do 

J. W.Walker, do 

E.Webster, do 

J.P.Woodward, do 

S. A. Wilder, do 

D. Wherry, do 

0. 0. Wogsland, do 

G. H. WilliBton, do 

J. West, do 

Alex. White, do 

S. L. Williams, do 

W. T. Whinney, do 

W. B. West, do , 

J. Wagner, do 

W. C. Wetzen, do 

8. Wait do 

G.Wheeleok, do 

J. B. Waterburj, do....^ 

A. Waldo, do 

W. Wilson, do 

F. Wagner, do 

J. Wilooz, do 

J. Ward, do 

0. B. Wise, do 

A. P. Weld, do 

G. J. Willse, do 

B. M. White, do 

M. C. Wilson, do 

A. B. Wyman, do 

J. F. Wescott, do ..•• 

A. A. Wyman,..M.....do».... 

P.Weber, ..do 

G. W. Waterman,.... .do 

B. S.Winship, do , 

J. Whildon, do 

W.WoQlstenholen,...do 

B. Williams,....* do 

G.Wilers, do 

W. J.Wiggleswortb,..do 

R. Winter, do 

A. Watrous, ..do 



Receipts. 



Disbursem'ts. 


$48 75 


12 70 


25 88 


46 80 


26 86 


4 47 


18 74 


18 17 


24 78 


48 14 


11 52 


86 69 


42 45 


21 00 


25 14 


28 91 


6 28 


5 88 


18 84 


17 76 


114 40 


54 94 


86 49 


42 48 


88 89 


46 09 


38 88 


26 07 


27 89 


100 S8 


88 18 


60 81 


11 49 


47 16 


16 11 


10 68 


10 66 


15 21 


25 10 


28 76 


18 88 


22 64 


27 18 


18 00 


26 74 


28 97 


10 86 


27 42 


21 86 


81 02 


20 86 


106 78 


28 74 


8284 



r 



31 



GENJB&AL FUND^cobtinntd. 



E. A. 8. Welch, taking ennmeraiioii,^. 

C. H. Wyler, ^do 

B. Warren, do • 

A. &,Wyman,....*.«..do.... 

O; Winger, do •*.•••. 

J.W..WInn, do....« 

E. A. Warner, do.....* 

G. WeH, do 

W. 8. a White, do 

G. W. Webster, ...... ..do 

J. WiBship, do 

W. Welsh, do... 

A. Tonng, ...do 

F. F.Zetteler, do. 

T. Zwerfil), do « 

F. Zimmerman, do. 

M. Zeigler, do 



Total, .•. 

American Express, transportation, *. 

J. Q. Adams, enrolling militia, *m— •««.•••••••«.«... 

L. Agerton, do..... .«... 

E. Abbit, do 

M. Anderson, «do 

J. Appleby,....^ do 

E. Andrews, do ». 

H. Allen, do 

Geo. Allen, do *»•* 

H. Adam, damages from Ozaukee riot, and en. militia^... 

0. 1m Arnold, enrolling militia, 

Atwoed & Rnblee, printing and adTertising, 

H. Andrews, enrolling militia, 

J. A. Appleman, ^do 

E. Adams,. i ...do 

S. J. Abbott, doorkeeper senate, • 

W. J. Abrams, member of aasembly, 

T. Allen, labor about capitol, 

A. B. Ayres, enrolling inilitia, 

ft. Asaey, oierlr, state treasurer,.... •••%•«,• •»«■..•••••..••••••••• 

W. 0. Ekadley, olerk, state treasurer, 

F. Bridge, enrolling militi%.«.« 

L. Brown, «..do..... '„ 

L K. itl««H»>) do.. ^ 

J. B. Barton, do 

H. BartdUs, do. 

C. W. Barney, do, 

E. Beeeott, do 

B. H» Buehanan, da 

John Blayer, ...-^..do. 

W.BavtsUs, do. 

J. G. Bvyne, ..do 

G. Bei^pv, do 



Beceipts. 



'.•*..•....«•.•. .••...••*••• ••.••«•••*••*••••• 



>..—•......*« 



»•••••« 



B.BftbOMk, 



»• ••••••.....••*• 



.do. 



►..■>♦ •••»••. .*.•»• •••••« .t^ 



......*..••••..••. 



.•••.«•*••.•..*••• 



.■■>...••♦— ^...a. 



.••••••. . ••.« • ••• . 



•••».«».*4. .•*.•*• 



Disbursem'ts. 



ft4sa 

82 81 
88 9& 
80 00 
80 85 
S5 97 
34 00 
28 21^ 
48 60 
10 85 
1 05 
6 95 
19 88 
121 14 
48 69 
91 00 
18 60 



f26,685 08 

808 75 

12 00 

20 00 

16 00 

11 00 

14 00 
10 00 

16 00 
800 

115 00 

12 00 
28,411 69 

15 00 
18 00 
10 00 

226 00 

292 00 

40 

10 00 

60 00 
876 00 
200 
8 OO 
400 
800 

10 00 
6 00 

12 00 
600 

10 00 
6 00 

12 00 

17 00 
82 00 
10 00 



32 



GENBBAL FUND— ooBtiniied. 



S. BottwllBj^nroUing militi*, 

P. 8. Booth, •....do • 

H. S. Bennettj .do**— ••— • 

&Q. Benedict, olerk, aeoretary'e offiee,.» 

G. L. Blanchard, clerk, state treMnrer, &o., ...••— 

J.B.Brett, do 

J. 0. Bremer, labor about oapitol....... 

Mrs. G. Beyler, dc 

M. Burke, do- 

T.H.Bach, do 

H. Bartoh, enrolling militia, 

J. B. Blanchard, ......^.do 

W. H. Blair, do 

C. A. Blanchard, do 

G. 8. Barnes, do 

M. Bamp, -do 

W. Boxhom, -do ; 

J. Boos, -do 

Wm. Benedict, messenger, secretary's office,- 

-G. M. Beardmore, enrolling militia, 

J. Berger do 

F. Benkhart, do - 

J. Bowman, senator and presidential elector, 

H. F. Belits, presidential elector, 

H. L. Blood, do 

A. K. Brash, enrolling militia, 

O. B. Buttles, do.. 

R. Bluings do 

W. Bremer, do 

H. Borgman, do 

H.Baxter, do 

Brown Go. Agricultural SQciety, annual appropriation 

A. Burgess, planing lumber, 

W. 8. Bonsall, labor, - 

J. Barth, enroling militia,.... 

J. W. Bachelor, .-.-do 

J. Brosnahan, do-... ••«.«••. 

B. G. Bell, ornamental trees........ 

W. H. Berry, enrolling militia,.... 

8eymour Brooks,-. .#... do 

N. Brann, -. do 

8. M. Booth, newspapers,-. 

T. F. Buck, enrolling militia........ 

A. Briggs, do •* 

William Blair, senator,.- 

8. W. Badlong,....do 

-G. 8. Barnum, do .-. 

J. A. Bentley,....-do 

A. G. Byers, senate employee, 

W. P. Burrongb, porter, senate,.. 
O. Baboock, member of assembly, 

Ifc W. Barden,- do 

J. Berry, « do..« < 

W.F. Bonn! well, Jr., ...do 



Beceipts. 



••«•«......•»•••••••••••< 



Disbursem'ts. 


$16 00 


400 


7 00 


1,000 00 


127 14 


198 00 


261 24 


166 66 


601 87 


821 75 


900 


10 00 


6 00 


800 


5 00 


10 00 


25 00 


16 00 


448 28 


10 00 


25 00 


16 00 


815 00 


88 90 


84 10 


10 00 


60 00 


18 00 


24 00 


15 00 


600 


100 00 


15 00 


15 20 


14 00 


6 00 


800 


200 25 


' 10 00 


10 00 


20 00 


800 


12 00 


6 00 


267 00 


271 80 


825 00 


810 00 


42 00 


225 00 


261 00 


249 00 


271 00 



38 



OSNJSBAL FUNB-Hsontinaed. 



A. A^Boyce, member of assemblj, 

Thos. Bojd, dd 

W. Branden, d6 

L. J. Brajton, ^do.v*-' 

J. H. Brinkerhoff; ....;.do 

J. Burgess, do ..:. 

J. CLBalch, Enrolling elerk, assembly, 

R. H. Blodgett; transcribing clerk, assembly, 

£. H. Barthoff, ass't sei'g't-at-arms, ...do 

H. Beckwithi ass't postmaster, .do 

£. £. Brown, fireman, ..do 

W.. V. Beach, messenger, do...: 

N. Bowerman, fireman, do 

A. F. Bishop, messenger, .« do 

Wm. Brown, conTeying prisoners, ;. 

J. Borbaok, enrolling militia,.... 

B.Bar8e^ do 

McBnmham, ..do ••'* •.•••. 

S. Burhaus,.. do 

M. V. Bnrress, do » 

Banker & Yroman, lumber, 

J. S. Brown, enrolling militia, , 

I). Blumenf^d, newspajers and pub* laws, , 

L.L. Belknap, enrolling militia, :.. 

V.Baltuff, publishing laws, ftc, '. 

BeT.M.Boach, legislatiTo chaplain, , 

8. Baokman, labor about capitol, , 

0. Brown, enrolling militia, 

B. W. Ballon, publishing laws, 

BintliiT&Garr,.... do , 

W.H. Barnes, bounty on wolf, 

Bank of Watertown, oTsrpaid on tax, 

J. 11 Bull, clerk, state treasurer, 

Brannon & Turner, publishing laws, 

A. 0. Brown, do 

Bliss & Son, do ; 

E, Ballard, do 

Jas. Bintliff, publishing laws, 1861, 

Orsamus Cole, judgcsupreme court, 

G. W. Gate, judge circuit court, 

S. H. Clough, dc 

O. If. GonoTer, librarian, Wis. reports, Ubrary, fto.,..«x; 

A. J. Graig, ass't state sup't, 

Carpenter, Johnson & Pinney, enrolling mHitia,... 

J. Cfummings, .........do...; 

H. Grow ' do... 

G. GoUepp, do 

P,G. Curtis, ; do 

S. Cornish, do*. 

A. Culling, .•. do 

A. Culyer, do •... 

"W. Collins, ;.do 

G, W. Clinton, do 

K.Q Camp^ • • do***;;**.* •••••• 

3doo. 



Becelpts. 



»•••**•• 



Disbursem'ts. 


$229 00 


240 60 


260 00 


2A5 00 


289 60 


1384 60 


270 00 


141 00 


270 00 


22600 


226 00 


185 00 


226 00 


1S6 00 


95 60 


26 00 


10 00 


14 00 


6 00 


10 00 


298 62 


6 00 


41 75 


6 00 


86 60 


80 00 


184 25 


14 00 


80 00 


80 00 


5 00 


5 68 


225 00 


80 00 


80 00 


30 00 


500 


80 00 


2,500 00 


2,500 00 


2,500 00 


5,600 00 


1, 21^ 98 


20 00 


20 00 


600 


26 00 


12 00 


10 00 


800 


16 00 


800 


8600 


14 00 



34 



GENERAL P0ND-H)6iitiiiaed. 



G. F. Coyell, enrolling militia 

A..K* Conger,.^......ido 

A.. Cook, do ..•. 

A.Et CooBB,... ........ do .*..., 

J. A. €oaghran,.'.....do ....V.".V. 

A.^</Urke,....iii..i....do.. 

J. Castingao, do.. 

A. Chase, do 

£. P. Cole,.. do .• 

M. M. Cothrin, judge cirouit court, .j. 

W. CroBB, enrolling militia, .' 

Geo. Capron, clerk, secretary's office,....! 

C. S. Chipman,.. do 

J. Comfort, labor about capitol, , 

B. Carver, enrolling militia, 

J. L. M. Conrtie, do ^. 

M. Cannon, do 

J. B. Churchill, conToying prisoners, 

J. B. Crosby, temporary clerk, state treasurer, 

N. B. Chase, enrolling militia..^ 

N. Clark, ., ....do 

8ain Clayton,.... do 

J. Callager, do 

Chicago and N. W. B. B., transportatien:, 

W.. £. & J. T. Cramer, publishing and newspapers,. 
H. Carpenter, enrolling militiaj 

D. W. Collar...... do «. ...... 

M* Campion, ...do ', 

J. Cogan, do 

W. R. Culberson, do 

8. Comings, do .' 

H. Campbell, conTeying prisoners, 

M. Cronan, labor about capitol 

P.W. Caswell, enrolling militia, 

W. W. Coleman, printing and newspapers, 

J. W. Cutting, enrolling militia, 

J. C. Cover, publishing, 

T. Chynowith, labor about capitol, 

E. Culver, enrolling militia, 

G. W. Colony, do 

E. B. Curtis, .do 

J.H. Carpenter, prosecuting bank suits........ 

Samuel Cole, senator, '......» 

J. H. Chandler, ....do 

Batterlee Clark,. ..do.. 

J.I. Case, do!. 

W. H. Chandler,.. .doV. 

O. F. Clapp, engrossing clerk,^ senate, 

J. N. Cadby, member in assembly|. 

6«<C. Carr, ....do » 

J. B. Ca^soday, '..do .' 

F. B. Church, .do '. .....^..., 

N.Cobb, .do.: ...::;...:::: : 

w. M. couoday, do :;....::..:; : 



Beoeipts. 



Disbnrsem'ts. 



(10 00 

10 00 

8 00 

7 W 
12 00 

8 00 
20 00 
16 00 
12 00 

6S^ 00 

12 00 

270 00 

150 00 

169 12 

8 00 

6 00 

12 00 

186 26 

76 00 

8 00 

82 26 

16 00 

8 00 

8 46 

198 12 

10 00 

20 00 

6 00 

6 00 

16 00 

8 00 
62 60 

1*81 99 

6 00 

367 40 

12 00 

9 06 
4 60 
9 00 

20 00 
20 00 
144 00 
289 00 
328 00 
826 00 
250 00 
400 60 
278 00 
248 40 
281 80 
288 80 
286 00 
256 40 
227 80 



86 



aSSBBAI^ Vmr 0->«(«UnBd. 



*»0»»0»»»» *•%'■•• 



II. Oolbj, dootrkeeper, assembly, ,«. 

J. OUrran, enroUlng militia, ««. ««* 

0. Coryell, do. .^^.. 

Clark & Co., ,good^ » i^- 

N. B. Crampton, blAoksmltldng,....^.. 

Gmeitifl & Kleyipell,. newspapetB. and publishing la,ws, 

C. M. Campbell newspapers, •.....• 

Mra, Calligan^ labor about the capitol, ...... 

Certificate for currency redeemed, 

M. C. Chase, bounty on wolf.. 

F. Campbell,.*-. ......do ..«• 

Columbia Co. Agricultural Society, annual appropiiation> 

A. Connor, bounty on woU^ «••-.• « 

"Comey & Stent, publishing laws, ..» ..^ 

Q. E. Coates,. bounty on wolf,. 

J. Oasler, ...^.do.. 

C. W. Carpenter, publishing laws, 

L, C. Draper, secretary historical society,.. 

8. J. Dennis, bank agent, N. T., and stationery,... 

L. S. Dixon, justice supreme court,.. 

Dean, Pardee &.Co., merchandise, ...•• 

Thos. DaTis, member of assembly, .^ ««...... 

£. Delany, enrolling militia, — ^ ..^ 

0. Drown,. .i ..do.... 

J. H. Downie,. do «.«.... 

J. J. Dunn, do , 

J. Doolittle, • do 

H. Dunlap, ^ do ••.. 

J. L. Dayton, do 

Thos. Drought,.. do ....• 

J. Dixon, do •••. *.... 

£. H. Daniels, do 

£. De Wolf, reception of soldiers,. • ^ 

L.P.Drake, clerk, state treasurer,.. 

H. Drew, assistant superintendent public property...... 

F.Dougherty, enrolling militia, 

P.DonneUy, .do 

W. Doty, .....do 

M. C. Dickinson...... do ^ • 

H.L. Dickerson, do • 

P. DaTid8on,.^...^...do*. • 

AmaziahDaton,.....«do 

H.Driggp, do..««... 

J. Downer, judge supreme court,... 

P.Daisey, labor about capitol,M 

M.M. Dom & Co., liyery,.. 

E.Dayis, enrolling militia,.. c.*.*..** m«.... 

Dodge Co. Agrioultural Society, annual appropriation. 

Dunning & Sumner, .oil, lamps, &o. , m 

J. B. Delfossf, enrolling militia, .«. 

C. B. Daggett, member of assembly, 

DeWitt DaTis,'. do », 

M. 1. Delany^ do .«..•«.....,•».•,. .,•««,... 

B.Dewhur8t;. do .,. ....», 



Receipts. 



Ma«4t.... .....*..< 



.«•••.*.••.*..•••. 



t^^Ui 



Disbursem'ta. 

$226 00 

8 00 

00 
. 47 tf 

11 18 

88 ao 

6 .90 

.1 afio 

7, 086 00 

1 00 
MOO 

100 00 

.5 OO 

80 00 

: 6O0 

10 00 

80 00 

800 00 

660 00 

2,t500 00 

714 16 

248 00 

9 00 
10 00 
10 00 

6 80 

« 00 

16 00 

n 00 

8 00 

16 00 

8 00 

6, 719 60 

217 00 

1,059 82 

MOO 

10 to 

.12 00 

JMOO 

'MOO 

^6 00 

f4«0 

•« 00 

2, IV 80 

J8 00 



.««.•••.. I 



00 

iM m 

MS 00 
>«00 
270.00 
S45«0 
258 00 
875 00 



86 



OlENfiRAL FUM]>— continued. 



Renbcn Doud, member of asaemblj, 

D. Dunwiddte, .....do «.... 

J. S. Dean, chief clerk, aseemblj........ .^... 

L. K. Dayis, engrossing clerk, assembly, , 

X B. DiY.er, aasembl/ employee, 

*J. B. Dean, messenger, assembly, 

O. S. Durrie, librarian, historical library, • 

J; C. Dent) enrolling militia, 

W. Dubois,. ..k do 

P. V. Deuster, newspapers,. ...'.....•• 

Do^e County, refunded spurious U. S. currency, 

B. ^lly, enrolling malitia, 

it. D* Davis ••••.....do ...and bounty onwoWes, 

B. Dt .Darwin, transportation,......,.*. „ 

W. J. Darragh, bounty on wolves, .^ 

'jr. Deery, do 

A. Dyer, do 

'D. Driscoll|.... do 

H. Day, ..do 

J. 0. Bvans, enrolling malitia, , 

T ErkUalt, do 

B. Edmmster, do 

F. Engles, do...... 

0. Erkton, labor about capitol, and senate employee....... 

H. Bvenson, enrolling militia, 

A. Ehlers, do^ 

Q. De Witt EUwood, senator,.. r...*.. ....*..... 

P. B. ElUs, do « 

H. L. Eaton, member of assembly, • 

N. H. Emmons, .....do 

Bey. F. Etohman. chaplain legislature, 

Thos. Earle, conveying prisonersi.. 

W. H. Bldred, enrolling militia, 

L. Fairchild, sec'y of state, ...^ ^ , 

F. H. Firmin, private secretary of governor, 

B. Flint, judge circuit court, 

B. Foster, enroUin^j^ militia, • 

H. A. Field, do 



O. Ii. Forest) do 

W. Fraiier, do 

O. Freeman, do 

D. Fairbrain, do... 

O.Furguson, do 

'fl. Fitzgibbon, do 

O.Foot, do 

y. Furst) do 

€. Forbinson, do* 

A. 8. Fuller, do.. 

0. Farrow, messenger, secretary's office, 

P. H. Foster, enroUing militia,.* ^ 

J. D. Fowler, ..do 

L. Tieke, do... 

Qeo. Franz, « ,.do ^. 

J. Fllinnagan, do« ..r •• • 



Receipts. 



DisburBom'tfl. 



• •'«^« ••••»••«•««• « 



»W«»««9 



fseo 00 

240 00 
775 00 
270 00 

21 00 
186 00 
500 00 

12 00 

4 00 
47 05 

120 00 
10 00 
16 00 
28 15 
85 00 
10 00 
20 00 

6 00 
80 00 
18 00 
12 00 

00 

5 00 
886 80 

6 00 
80 00 

286 20 

808 60 

285 00 

268 00 

80 00 

108 00 

8 25 

1,200 00 

1,600 22 

2,600 00 

18 00 

8 00 

8 00 

10 OO 

8*00 

12 00 

12 00 

10 00 

20 00 

4 00 

8 00 

8 00 

84 00 

10 00 
12 00 
12 00 

11 00 
14 00 



87 



OENSEAL FUNI>— ^^niinnwl. 



C*P^riUiger, enToUing militia, 

S. Panft]it|**»»*««««...*.>uo««*«.« • 

W. W. Field, presidential eleotor, ,. 

C. Felix, enrolling miiitia,^ 

K. J. Fleiaher, clerk, state treasurer, .'. 

SkFish, en]t>lUng militia, 

G. W. Foster, services for 8ecret..ry of state, 

G. H. Ford, temporary clerk, secretary's office........ 

Fisher & Reynolds, center table and lounges, 

H. A. Fisher, enrolling militia, 

ChaSb Fairohild, temporary clerk^ secretary's office, 

Ale^. Findlay & Co., oil,.. 

A.Flom, wood, .* •< 

F. 0. Festner & Co., papers to members of legeisla{^e, 

stationery, &c ....l..^ 

C. B. Foster, conYeyin|; prisoners, 

£. Fry, enrolling militia,.... % 

0. Fox, clerk, state treasurer, ', ...^ 

C. 0. Frey, messenger, senate • 

D. Ford, member of assembly, 

B. R. Fay, do 

W. P. Forsyth, do 

H. Fowler, do 

£. Frankenberg, do 

J. a. Frary, do 

M. A. FuHon, ^do \ 

W. W. Field, speaker of assembly,.. 

Wnu Fitspatrick, fireman, assembly,.. 

O. A. Foss,.... ..do 

F. A. Frank, messenger, assembly, 

W. H. Famhamiy newspapers, 

B. Fish, enrolling militia, 

Rey. Q. Fellows, chaplain legislature, 

8. 9. Fifield & Bro.| newspapers, • 

Fleiaher & Schroder,. ..do 

0. 8. Firmin, temporary clerk, secretary's office, 

G. W. Fiteb, publishing laws, 

L, Fry, bounty on wolves, 

J. Fisher, !•- do '. 

H. J>. Qoodwin, enrolling militia, 

Thoi. Qratton, do 



W. Gray, do , 

J. Garthwait,... do 

S. Gallop, do 

A. Griffin, ..do < 

F. Groeiiler,. do 

W. Gill, ..do ^. 

Mi Goiikowski, do 

H. U. Grant, ..do 

J. M. Garritt, ....... .do 

G. GanseU,,.., do .1 

O.Qiel,. do 

K. Goodaoagh,oonYeying prisoners,. 
Wm. Goodnow, capitol extension,..., 



Beceipts. 



Disbuisem'ta. 


16 00 


8 00 


16 00 


16 60 


62 00 
60 00 


44 OQf 


60 00 

600 o4 


68 00 


11 00 


HI 00 


8 40 


277 00. 


92804 


48 oq 


7 00 


75 00 


136 00 


228 00 


261 00 


289 00 


246 00 


261 40 


227 60 


302 00 


464 00 


226 00 


226 00 


136 00 


95 


2 00 


80 00 


46 


800 

120 00 


80 00 


85 00 


10 00 


20 00 


9 00 


16 00 


800 


6 00 


14 00 


38 00 


14 00 


12 00 


16 00 


10 00 


20 00 


10 00 


71 00 


11, 800 00 



ad 



GENERAL FUND^-continued. 



J. Gillman, enrolling miliiift, 

J. Gibbon, clerk; secretary's office .-. 

8. N. Gibbf, aser't adjutant-general, 

Au^. Gaylord, Adjutant-general, 

J. Gurnsey, enrolling militia, ..'. 

jr. Garland, ; do .' 

£^ G. Garner, labor about capitol, 

J/M. Garfield, enrolling militia, 

T. G^uel, j^.do .•. 

J. GiTfillan, do .' 

A. H. Gardner & Co., military stores, 

G. 0. Ginty, publishing laws, 

Gilbert, Hubbard & Co., flags,.. 

J. N. Gilmore, enrolling miUtla, 

E. B Goodsell, member of assetkbly, &o., 

E. Garlach, enrolling militia,*..: 

C. Gayner, do 

C. Gibson do : 

G. Germain, coni«ying prisoners, .* 

B. L. Gurlick, furniture, 

M. O.Gorman, wood, 

M. Gilbert, member of assembly, 

F. Gnewuch, do 

B. F. Groesbeok, do 

A. S. Gray, do 

B. Glenn, do : 

J. Grant, fireman, assembly, 

Frank Graham, assembly employee, 

Grant Go. Agricultural Society, annual appropriation,, 

L. Gootman, labor about capitol, ;.... 

Thos. Gross, messenger, senate, 

W. C. Garton, bounty on wolf, 

W. Haight, enrolling militia, 

J« C. Hoppin, do .'.....' 

B;S-Hill, do 

H. Harvey, transcribing clerk, senate, 

T. 0. Harris, enrolling militia, 

«r. M. Harrison, do 

W. Hall,. do : 

B. W. Horton, do ; 

X* 0, Hoag, ••.... ..a^.. ..do..... ; 

J. Harney, do 

F. Hint, '..do 

0, 0. Hogsland, do. ,„„ 

J. Hood, do 

"W. Horton, do 

C. Halsey,....*. do 

!E. Hart, apprehending murderer of J. W. Taylor, &c.,. 

15. Heidermaster, enrolling militia, 

"W.Holt, do^ 

fi. Hyatt, ;..do 

T. W.Hill, .do 

S. J. Holton...... do .-. 

.W. Halbrook, do 



Beceipts. 



Disbursem'tfl. 



$16 00 
225 00 

276 01 
709 90 

8 00 

€f 00 

'to 00 

4 00 

12 00 

8 00 

37 25 

80 00 

2, 476 00 

12 00 

252 40 

10 00 

14 00 

10 00 

24 00 

141 76 

194 60 

242 60 

266 00 

244 00 

119 00 

277 00 

225 00 

226 00 
100 00 
284 00 

18 60 

6 00 

16 00 

'20 00 

6 00 

'200 00 

12 GO 

6 00 

8 00 

8 00 

8 00 

6 00 

12 00 

12 00 

10 00 

6 00 

10 00 

110 00 

16 00 

10 00 

8 00 

800 

10 00 

6 00 



39 



GEf^EBAL FUND-^ontULned. 



U, K Hftnh&w, temporary olerk, secreUrj's office, 

J. A. Hadley, clerk, secretary's office, 

J. F. Haueer, clerk, a^jatant-getterars offiKse,..*. 

S. O. Hammei^ labor aboat capitol, 

S. D. Hastings, state treasurer 

J. M. Hickok, enrolling militia, .". 

A^ Holmes, do ^...* 



W.Henneman, -do 

J. Hennessey, do 

J. ^ealy, ^ do ;'• 

JohnHaigbt, do « H 

P. Hiffgins, labor aboat capitol, v*** 

J. B. Heyennaa, enrolling militia, 

J. Heatboote, do 

F. Halbert, — do 

K. Hagerty;.^ do 

W. Hemsledt, do 

Amos Hays,^ do 

Fred. Herman, »do r 

H. A. Hayden, ^-do 

aHoff,.- ^ do i 

JT. Herron, publisbing laws, 

tbos. Haney, enrolling militia 

G. Hartman, do 

J, Hawkins, ~ do 

8. Hyatt, do 

T.Holland, do 

C. M. Hoyt, conTeylng prisoners, 

T. Hayden, wood, 

B. Halligan, labor about capitol j 

Hart & Qinty, publisbing lair, ...: 

J.M. Haight, furnittire, : ^ : 

J. W. Harrey, wood, moYing safes, &<^.,.. : 

S. Hand, sbade trees, 

J. Herron, wood, 

D. Hastrieder, repairing clocks, 

0. HalYcrson, labor about capitol, 

0. Howe, conyeying prisoners, : 

Hospital for Insane, purchasing of lands, expenses, &c., 

J. Hennings, enrolling militia, 

J. Hodgson, do 



P. Hahn, •. do 

0. Hughes .V. do 

J. C. Heraty, '. do 

J. Haynes, ....do 

F. 8. Houghawout, publishing law, ... 

Thos. Hood, senator, r. : 

J.Harris, do 

L.B. Hills, assis't clerk, senate, 

SuHauxhurst, book-keeper, senate,.. 

W. Holden, fireman, senate, :.< 

Jl G. Hutchins, messenger, senate,.... 
T. N. Horton, member of assembly,... 



Receipts. 



Disbursem'lB. 


$184 00 


1,200 00 


280 00 


Wl 87 


1,400 00 


8 00 


800 


20 00 


81 00 


80 00 


8 00 


800 


227 88 


10 0<> 


20 00 


20 00 


16 00 


12 00 


26 00 


20 00 


66 00 


62 00 


80 oe 


800 


12 00 


22 00 


9 00 


6^00 


204 00 


2, 711 62 


188 87 


8 00 


148 24 


1, 770 95 


68 80 


184 68 


28 00 


106 87 


47 60 


42,600 00 


16 00 


21 00 


26 00 


20 00 


14 00 


28 00 


2 00 


286 00 


880 60 


460 00 


270 00 


226 00 


166 09 


278 00 



40 



GBNBBAL FUND— continued 



J. Hikdlej, member of itflsembly, 

J. F. Hand, •#••• do • ••••••#••••#••••...< 

J.Harker, do., .**:** v 

W.H.Holt) aBsembly employee; '.t^...'....^.l..... 

L*H. Hammond, ass;t sergeant-at-arms, assembly,... 

H.H. Helms, door-keeper, senate, ..\ 

E. M. HastingSi temporary olerk, state treasurer, 

G. £. Hanohett) enrolling militia, ', ', 

K. K. Hallegan, do 

L. Hamilton, do .,,,, 

P.Hopkins, do ....^ 

A. Hedge, do *. 

W. HilL newspapers and publishing laws, 

0. W. Hyel, appropriation to Mrs. Anna Wiokerts,... 

X.Hanson, bounty on wolves, s„, 

T. Haster, labor about oapitol, 

G. 8. Hart & Co., piiblisbing laws, 

D. F. Herriok, enrolling militia, 

J. W. Hall, publishing laws, 

H. HalTerson, bounty on wolves, 

J. Hnppert, do i 

J. 0. HolUday, do 

J. Hollender, do 

W.A.Hodge, do , 

J. C. Hyde, do 

H. G. Hadley, temporary clerk, secretary's office,... ., 

J»P. Hume, publishing laws, 

W.-^F. Ide, enrolling militia, 

J. A. Ising, labor about capitol, 

Bio'd Irey, enrolling militia, 

Institute for the Blind, appropriations, 

*do Peaf and Dumb, ...do 

A. G. Ising, messenger, senate, 

J. £. Ingraham, newspapers and publishing laws,.. 
Iowa Co. Agricultural Society, annual appropriation,. 

G. B. Isham, bounty on wolf, 

Jermain & Brightman, newspapers and publishing,... 

J.Johnson, enrolling militia, 

C.H.Johnson, do 

O.Johnson, do 

T.O.Jones, do 

L. Jelson, do 

A. Jacobus, do 

G.H.James, ..do 

A. Justice, do 

W. Jackman, do 

J. Jenney, labor about capitol, 

J.H.Jones, screws, nails, etc., 

Jungman & Barckham, repairing chairs, etc., 

W.James, enrolling militia, 

G. Jaokman, do 

B. Johnson, member of assembly, 

O.F. Jones, do 

S. Judd, ,,do , 



Receipts. 



Disbursem'ts.. 


$246 00 


246 6a 


258 00 


129 00 


270 00 


226 OQ 


100 00 


4 60 


4 00 


24 .00 


8 00 


6 00 


86 00 


500 OO 


80 00 


28 76 


80 00 


8 00 


80 00 


15 00 


535 00 


6 00 


15 00 


5 00 


16 00 


165 00 


80 00 


16 00 


601 87 


16 00 


18, 549 50 


18, 000 60 


128 OO 


80 6C 


100 OO 


6 OO 


279 62 


22 OO 


12 OO 


10 OO 


14 00 


26 00 


28 00 


8 00 


4 00 


6 00 


376 87 


129 46 


64 64 


10 00 


9 00 


229 40 


256 00 


187 60 



41 



6BN8RAL FITND— otrntimied. 



Ber. J. B. JToliBBoiij ohaplttin legifllAlinrc,^ 

C. Jonas, printing, *. .- 

H. JobnsoD, olerk In treasarer^ office^ ••, 

Vf, J. Jones, labor abont the capitol| .-.......•...*........., 

X W.Jones, newspapers,. ...■. 

B. B.Jewett, enroUing miHtiaj.. ^ -. 

B. W. Keyes, postage, , 

A. Eentzler, liyery, 

J. Kinsuian, enrolttng mthtia, ; 

J.P. Kesniek,.........do .- ; 

8.P. Kinnej, do < a 

E.Kingslej, ...do 

M. Kennedy, .....do :..-..' i .*..... 

F.Eeck,/ ..do. 

BdL Kramer, do :; 

H.' Knomer,.... do •.•.•••••.... 

M'Kleman, do -. , 

J.King, do i ;; 

O. Knoeok, do 

W.H.Kellogg, do 

£. Kemp, do 

0. E. T. Kjber, olerk, secretary's office,- 

D. Kessler, labor abont eapitol, '. 

P.Keenao, enrolling militia, 

E.A.Kidd .-do 

Fred. Kessler, services for sec'y of state, 

Adolph Kessner, enrolling militia, 

Chas. Kreger, do 

H.K8epp1er, do... 

P. Keam, labor abont eapitol, 

A. KiBpka, enrolling militia, ....-.- 

Sd. Kittner, do. 

W.Kline, do 

Kenosba Go. Agricnltaral Society, annnal appropriation, 

J. Keyes, labor abont eapitol, .* 

W. Krnger, snndries, .• 

H. Kremer, enrolling militia, 

W. H. Kams, labor abont capital,.. 

S.Klanber & Co:, merchanaise, 

L.Kenogg, clerk fees, snpreme conrt, 

L. Kidder, enrolling militia^..... 

W. Ketoham, senator,.. 

£. P. King, member of assembly, 

D.Knab,» do -. , 

W. A. Knapp, ..do • , 

B. Knndson, assembly employee, 

E.Ksfner, ;..do 

W. Kltts, enrolling nrilitia,.. .• .•; .•„... 

C.;V. If.Klttridge, hardware, 

Kiiapp, Stout &'Oo., newspapers^ •..„ 

T.B.Kelso^ conTeying prisoners,......^... 

M.KraQ8, enrofiing militia, .^ .• 

Mrs. O'Keitb, labor about eapitol, 

J. D. Keyes, bounty on woK,.. 



Receipts. 



./. 



■ ;. 



Disbnrsemt's. 


9S0 00 


180 00 


250 00 


210 88 


'« 00 


6 00 


18,726 64 


4 00 


4 CO 


10 00 


7 00 


700 


20 00 


6 00 


10 00 


20 00 


26 00 


16 00 


20 00 


16 00 


• 400 


' 225 06 


420 74 


10 00 


10 00 


85 78 


800 


10 00 


16 00 


28 19 


6 00' 


10 00 


25 00 


100 00 


156 74 


- 21 81 


12 00^ 


88 00 


190 19 


.455 75 


20 00 


255 00 


287 80 


245 00 


268 60 


225 00 


81 00 


4 06 


101 44 


1 95 


09 00 


• 16 60 


1 60 


5 00 



ii 



0£N]i]^L FUND^-ooaUaatd. 



Receipts. 



J«ineft T. Lewis, goTemor, , 

John Lang) eniroUing militia, ., 

A. Loekwood, do , 

11. D. DeLane, do 

N. Laden, do 

Ch.Lineley, ,.do ,, , 

T. Loomie, do ..'. , 

Latl^mer, Holieter & Bristol, enrolling militia, 

'0. liMheke, enrolling militia,.. , 

O. A. Lawrence, do 

G. Longworth, do 

J. B. Lewis, do 

N. F. Land, quartermaster-general, 

W. G. Lord, messenger, state treasurer,... 

W.L. Lewis, clerk, secretary's office, 

If. J. Lewis, do 

J. M. Lynch, quartermaster-general, 

M, Lynch, labor about oapitol, 

O.F. Legate, clerk, secretary's office, 

Geo. Leiby, enrolling militia, 

J. T. Lewis, gOTcrnor's contingent fund, 

J.Lambert) enrolling militia, , 

J. I^Ycric^ ,.M«... ....do. •••• •< 

J. T. Lewis, governor's Tisiting fund, 

James Livsey, oapitol extension, , 

Joseph Lerey, enrolling militia, 

J.Larsen, do 

R. Lewis, do. 

Loan Commissioners, temporary loan to war fund........ 

P. Lausche, enrolling militia, 

J. Lucas, do , 

C.D.Long, clerk judiciary committee, assembly, 

O. P. Lapham, clerk railroad committee, assembly, 

LttCrosse Co. Agricultural Society, annnal appropriation, 

Leste & Rublee, enrolling militia, 

O.H. Luce, lumber,.....*. 

J. 8. Lewis, enrolling militia, , 

F.Lehman, do , 

LA. Lapham, maps for legislatiye manual^.. , 

N; M. Littlejohn, senator, , 

W.L. Lincoln, do 

W. A* Lawrence, do 

Frank Leland, postmaster, senate^ 

Jona.Large, member of assembly, 

Francis Little, do 

M.F.Lowth, ,....do 

B.Law, assistant postmaster, assem'bly, 

G. W. Lathrop, enrolling militia, '...... 

Lyon ft Paul, newspapers,. 

G*N. Langton, conyeyiDg pri&oners, •••••, 

KJ^eCline, do , 

LaFayeite Agricultural Society, annual appropriation, » 

John Lee. enrolling militia, 

N.Iibby, labor about oapitol,....'. .* 



DisbnTBem'Ui. 



f 1,662 50 

10 00 

14 00 

8 00 

5 00 

6 00 
12 00 
18 00 
10 00 

6 00 



4 

4 

819 



00 
00 
68 



500 00 
225 00 
225 00 

m 00 

511 .49 
225 00 

16 00 
700 00 

17 00 
10 00 

750 00 

7,801 68 

10 00 

12 00 

15 00 
195, OGO 00 

2 00 

16 OO 
276 00 
270 00 
100 00 

loco 

551 47 

15 00 

56 00 

250 00 

255 00 

255 00 

252 60 

800 50 

247 40 

. 288 20 

243 20 

225 00 

12 00 

22 00 

100 00 

8 00 

41 25 



4S 



asKSRAL FDNDt-jKuttBUtd. 



• • »*&«i» • *»A—AA 1 «^^* 



I. Lewis, bonniy on woU^^.. 

A. MoArthor, jndge DireaU0 ooart>^....**....^^ 

J. 0. MoMynn, aUU sapfiriiiteAdent,,.^,..^ 

W.T. MoConnell, enroUing nuUUay. •••..«•« 

D. MeHenry, do k.^^.^.* ^.••. ^m 

M. HeMiller, do •«.««»•«•. ..^^a. '.* 

H. MeLenn, member of Msemblj, &c^«.— .«•*. •• 

P. MoKillip, enroUing mlUtU,^ « 

J. Mcaond, do «. 

J. A. McGonneI],...«do.... ..< •••.• ••• 

W. MoOnire,. do ...^ 

J. G. MaoGormao, olork, soerotary's offioe, 

J. McGanley, armory gannmitb, 

J. H. MeFarlandf Btate armorer,- a 

H. McGrath, labor aboat oapitol,.,«.«...«.... 

J. lleNeUy, enrolling militia, ^« 

Jf. McNaIly,........,.do m. ...< 

D. MoGrath, do 

J. MeGrimes, do « 

D. MoKeniie, do .••••* •• 

A.S.MoBill, presidential eleotor, .• 

J. McCann, labor abont oapitol, •.*. 

0. G. Meyer, book-keeper, bank oomptroller'9 o£Eloe, , 
J. XL Mann, judge circuit court, ...o.«.. 

E. T. Mix, arobiteot,.* .^.....^ «...«.. 

lladiaon Gas Cp.., gas, «« • 

J. Mettimore, enrolling militia, ..«......• 

If. HaetersoD,... do......... *• 

Thoe. Monel], do .«« 

J. C. Morrell, do..« • ••• .«* 

D. HaYston, ....do.... «• • 

H.B. Mills, do 

J. G. Menier, do .««..•. 

J. MaAeraon, «....,..,do...... ,. ....% 

A. L.Maroin,... do ^ ••• 

P.&Markham, do 

A. A. Meacham, do« ^ 

F. MiUard, do *.... 

E. B. Martindale,,....doM«. ,...«,...M.4.f .«< 

£. A. MeB8enger».....do «. m 

Biil. & Prairie du Chien R. R. , transportation, &o. ,. 

A. Menges, clerk, state treasurer, - 

W. P. Mills, clerk, adjutant-general's office, 

D. P. Marshall, labor about oapitol, m...^ 

J. Mechlin, ....do ,.., ,..b.«.., 

P. Moran,.. .do........» 

Jas. Mallcy, enrolling militia, • 

J. Mnrry,i».«...,«.....do. ..•»»•..««. 

M. Malony, ..do , , 

G. J. Blartin,clerk, executive office,. 

A. L. Mason, enrolling militiiv, 

G. MentzloiF,.. do ..am t....* 

W. Marsh, do...^;. 

G. Mensens,..........«do •^. *..,,.., 



»..wf. 



Receipts. 



Bisbursem'ts. 


»('Qei 


2,500 00 


2,000 00 


12 00 


10 00 


10 00 


. 271 00 


10 00 


12 00 


6 00 


20 00 


226 00 


112 U 


796 89 


601 67 


6 00 


8 00 


16 00 


16 00 


16 00 


42 60 


887 75 


749 00 


• 2, 600 00 


600 00 


7, 262 00 


• 400 


400 


5 00 


20 00 


6 00 


8 00 


800 


20 00 


900 


600 


17 00 


12 00 


&00 


1 00 


124 87 


200 00 


222 60 


722 60 


268 12 


601 87 


16 00 


10 00 


25 00 


783 20 


10 00 


12 00 


16 00 


14 00 



44 



OBNERAL FUKD— ^anti&aed. 



0.' Ma»7, enrolling militift, ....... ,^-. «. 

P. Menrittj do. ..•.•• .•*%*, 

J. J. Manisant) do >■ ../••. 

H. Mnller, do.» 

H. Miller do.. 

D. Mnrrj, labor aboui eapitolv« 

T. MoLaugblin, enrolling militia, , 

J> MoDougal, do ...•«..,«. 

R>D. McFarlan, gas fixtures, , .......«,«,•, 

S. N. MoFarraU) enrolling militia,-. ., ,..., 

J. T. Mills, judge oireuit court,.. * ,. «... 

I. F. Mack, publi^ing laws, • , 

Mossin & Mann, fleal,^ ^ «,.....( 

Monroe Co. Agricultural Society, annual appropriation,. 

W. S. Main, sherilfs seryioes, supreme court, 

0. 8. Mears, lumber, <. , 

E. Morden, pump, , 

A. B. Moxley, labor about oapitol, ..., 

J. Mesgen, enrolling militia,. ...» , 

A. D. Moore, do * « 

E, 0, Mason, temporary clerk, bank oornp* office, 

Norman MoBeath, door-keeper, senate,* r. 

J. McRath, member of assembly... 

J. M. MoGuire,...do *.r... «.. 

W.W. McLaughlin, do • « *. ,,..... 

M. J. McRalth, do% « , 

A. McOoYcm, repairing looks, .i 

Q. W. McDouga^ sheriff, attending supreme court, &o.). 
Mrs. M. B. MoGuire^ per diem late J. M. MoGoire,.. 

D. MoBride, publishing laws, ••...» ^... •••..•..«• < 

L. Morgan, senator,... •«•«. 

T. Marshall, enrolling clerk, senate,.... 

J. P. Miller, door-keeper, senate, 

E. 8. Miner, member assembly, ..< 

J. B. Monteith, do • «.....,.. , 

D.Mowe, do 

H. Mulholland,...do 

M. Murphy, do • 

H. Morley, postmaster, assembly,... 

F. R. MelTin, fireman, assembly, < « 

Frank Mason, messenger, assembly, , 

T. 0. Mason, temporary clerk, bank comp. office, , 

8. Mitchell, enrolling militia, , 

R. O. Meyers, do 

Rot. L. E. Matson, legislatiTe chaplain,'. 

Moseley & Bro.,papers to members legtslatmre, sta'y,&c. 
Rey. J. L. Maxwell, legielatiye chaplain, 

B. P. Madson, labor about eapitel,..* 

H. E. Mitchell clerk, state treasurer, 

Marshall ft Merriman, rent of armory,... 

J MoCormao, enrolling militia, 

Mftdison Band, music soldiers' reception, 

W. H. Miller, clerk, elate treasurer, 

J* R. Miller,- bounty on woWes, 



Receipts. 



Disbursem'tfl. 


S 00 


t7 00 


12 00 


' 10 00 


11 00 


18ft 99 


6 00 


16 00 


587 12 


10 00 


1,875 00 


60 00 


1800 


100 00 


124 00 


244 6^ 


16 40 


80 00 


12 00 


' 7 00 


26 00 


225 00 


245 00 


40 90 


228 60 


260 00 


17 40 


160 00 


80 OO 


80 OO 


286 20 


270 00 


225 00 


260 00 


280 40 


286 40 


270 20 


269 00 


270 00 


225 00 


185 00 


15 00 


800 


2 00 


80 00 


744 58 


80 00 


259 88 


287 60 


182 50 


5 00 


25 00 


807 60 


80 00 



4S 



GBKEBAL FUja>-.«m*ton«d. 



>*••••••«•»»«•«•• •««>**••••«« ** •«««•• 



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Moodj ft Train, pnbligliiiig Uws,. 
J. W. Mafflej, labor about oapitol, 
G. H. Mnsflner, olerk, BtaU troMiiroiv*— ••^•iN»...M.>... 

A. W. Moore, bounty on. woli^ 
Milwaukee Hospital, appropriation,.. 
M.D. Morriion, bounty on wolf,« 

B. Morgan, do ••«.. 

W. F. Martin, labor about oapitol^^.^ 
DaTid Noggle, judge eirouit oonri,.......^.... 

W 8. Noland^ meeaenger, atata .treasurer,... 
£. 8. Norris, enrjolUng mllitia,..........«...^.« 

%jtm JT. PiODie,.*««*.**.**«..QO«. ».....< 

O. Medbam, «*.......do........ 

J. B. Newell, • do—.. 

W. 8. Newton, .-do 

J. Nicols,... ••••••Mdo......... M««... •. 

W, S. Nojre8,*.M.«a«kMM.doM«««« •••••••.• .••••...< 

W. Nelson, elerk, ezeoutlTe offioe, 

F. W. Newland, olerk, state treasurer,.*-...^;.... 

J. Neiderkom, ^nroUinc militia,.^ 

F. Nl00lS,*«.«...«......»Md0.. **..••••.. ..a... •.••••«.••••••••••••. a, 

O. C. Northup, presidential eleotor, 

9. B. Neuer, enrolling militia, 

£. L. Nash, do. 

H. North, do 

Northwestern telegraph company, dispatehes, 

J. Nelson, enrolling nuJitia, 

M. Norton, ...do ••«•»»••••••••••••• ...••.••.., 

W. M. Newoomb, book-keepier, assemhty, 

8. Nye, Jr. gallery attendant, assembly , 

R. G. Notbohm, messenger, assembly,..- 

A. Noel, enrolling militia,.. 

H. 8. Orton, Jadge oirouit court. 

Hamar Otio, labor about capitol,.. 

H. Obert, enrolling militia,-. 

0. Oldenburg, labor about oapitoC> 

M.O'Eeith, do 

J. O'Brien, enrolling niiUtia,^**..............^..,,^.,,.,^,.. 

L. C.Outsen, .......do .-..•.«..... , 

Osaukee Agurieultural Society, Annual. ^propriation,., 
Osaukee Lodge, No. 17, Masons, damages Oaaukeerio^ 

Jaoob Obenaan, member assembly,... .„..„. 

W. H. Officer, do. •••*••••••.,. ,»„^ ♦..•.•... • 

8. W.Osborn, do -.!!.!!!" 

Harrey Olin, messenger, assembly. ".!.] 

Ootogamie Agricultural 8ociAty,annuaJI>ppr»priation,... 
Mrs. D. A. Olin, treasurer soldiers' home, expanses,.. ..j 

Wnh Owen, member of assembly,.. • 

F. A. Ogden, lumber,-....... .•„..« i 

Bam OrmstoD, bounty on wolf, —...•• 

Q. G. Oppbeger, publishini^ laws, 

E. O'Connor, enrolling militiA,. 

C. H. Purple, ass't state treasurer,.. 

B. Fainei Ju4ige aupremt oourt^.. ^.„ 



Receipts. 






I .«.•«• «..••. 



••>.»>.« 



Disbursem'ts. 



80 00 

6Q00 

lt7 0O 

6 00 

600 00 

6 00 

SOO 

108 88 

2,1500 00 

446 00 

. 8 00 

i%0 00 

10 00 

12 00 

14 00 

2S4 00 

8 00 

884 00 

700 00 

16 00 

62 00 

27 60 

64 00 

4 00 

12 00 

498 12 

2100 

12 00 

270 00 

226 00 

186 00 

10 00 

1,260 00 

84 76 

8 00 

114 40 

19 60 

26 00 

14*00 

100 00 

100 00 

246 00 

801 00 

264 00 

186 00 

100 00 

6,000 00 

948 40 

279 88 

600 

. 80 00 

16 00 

1, 787 60 

812 60 



46 



QESFlStAL FUKD^-eonthiadd. 



W. J. Park, printing, • ..«.. 

W. F. Porter, rent of state armory, ...4.... 

W.'T. Palmer, enrolling militia, ..^..^ » 

O. l^arroit...... do .r^,....*^. ^ 

' Boiij. Pratt, do 

Sam Peebles,, do m...... 

L. Pellet, do ^ 

• Sam. Pratt, do » 

• S. H. 'Phillips, ...do •»••.•..•»•,•••••...*.«•.••• 4* 

£m»» xrease, .•..••••• • •••••.••cio**....*^***. c*.*. »*«-«^ #•••••• •••.»••••••* 

8. D. Paddleford, do ^^. .... 

'B.'£. Pratt, clerk, state treasurer, ....^., 

A. Peterson, labor about oapitol,....*....**..* 

P. Pentland, enrolling militia, 

8. H. Palmer, do 

R. £. Peterson, ...do 

W. H. Peebles, do 

Thos. Pounder, do 

Porter & Marshall, rent of state armory, 

J.N. Page, enrolling militia, ^ 

Albert Paine, publisning laws. 

A. G. Peabodj, conyeying prisoners, 

Pease k Cogan, publishing laws, .^....l 

Pierce county agricultural society, annual Appropriation, 

M^Patton, labor about oapitol 

C. C. Pope, senator, 

0. D. Potter, door-keeper, senate, 

W. Palmer, member of assembly, 

8. A. Pease,.. do • 

Peter Peters, do 

' Alanson Pike,............do » 

^. Piper, do 

Geo. Parr, clerk committee on claims 

Geo. D. Phinney, door-keeper, assembly, 

B. F. Palmer, enrolling militia, 

J. Palmer, do 

W.Potter, do 

C. Petit, newspapers, ». 

H. H.^Pomeroy, newspapers,^ 

'Geo. Paine, paints and oils, ; 

M. Patton, labor about the oapitol, 

P. Rool, conTeying prisoners,.*. 

Polk county agricultural society, annual aj^ropriation,.. 

- 'L. W. Powell, publishing laws, ., 

J. H. Palmer, clerk, state treasurer, , 

J. M. Phinney &.C0., publiehing laws, , 

Oi W. Phelps, bounty on WoItos , 

C. D. Purple, temporary clerk, state treasurer, 

W. G. Parsons, conTeying prisoners, 

W. H. Ramsey, bank comptroller, , 

« A. B. Redfield, enrolling militia, , 

^ G. E. Reed, .^••.....do , 

'(B.. iUnger,...'...».«...»...do .«»••. 

C A. Rider,...* k.do • 



Receipts. 



.u..;. 



' *•«•••.• 



...••.... »»vwmmwimm 



AV, 



Disbursem'ts. 


f 16,^226 96 


92 00 


4 00 


10 00 


12 00 


' 6 00 


10 00 


10 00 


600 


16 00 


20 00 


2S6 00 


501 87 


10 00 


6 00 


6 00 


8 00 


6 00 


184 00 


800 


80 00 


167 00 


SO 00 


100 00 


81 12 


886 00 


226 00 


288 00 


268 80 


. 266 00 


' 286 60 


286 40 


217 00 


226 00 


4 00 


2 00 


4 00 


8 00 


1 26 


217 89 


41 26 


41 26 


100 00 


80 00 


10 00 


8000 


80 00 


;68 00 


84 00 


2,00000 


22 00 


2 00 


8 00 


12 00 



^ 



«fliaaiAIr ilirifl^-^e^iaiiiied. 



j. Bobinsoa, enrotting militia,.^. 
3.. Beiilhart,.....-.......do^. 



^. Rog6r8) •••• ••••••••% . .do.* •••••• • • • • '••v. V. t •'•'. •-• kii • • V tfiisv* • • av* • • • « 

fi. D. Rogers;....; .do........ ■. ....».^%.% « 

9. Bogeifi «.*.'...'.- do;.../. ....-• ••o..»v...«r...v 

B. Biplej, i ...io^.u ;.....• .v...*.....v...... 

A. W. Boot) .' ."do «.vrf*«#»ww. «....« 

,C. P. Bood,.. do.......'. .i...^/««4«< 

'C. B. BoBt, do.. a: <•«.« •.*<..•*.«•« 

B. Bonham, .do. ^«./..<o. 

0. C. BoBseU^ temporary olerk, teorotary'ooffioe, .«< 

O. T. Bowell^ tslork, adjutant genoral's office, i.w <««. 

D. B. BaBiaej, olerk, bank comptroller's office, «*,» 

J. Beed, enrolling miHtia, *m«».4..< 

J. Bobertson,...; do •*..•< 

Bamsey k Gampbril, hardware, 

W. Bnfsell, enrolling militia, • w. .*<«.« 

B. Bobbins, dc.- .......o.'...... 

A. J. BoberCson, .do;. » 

C. £. Bogera, conyeying prisoners,-. # 

H. Bothe, enrolling miliiia,.*.** %.• 

O. Bobler, do. » » 

X. Badway, do «»....«•* **, 

Dexter Bowe, olerk, state treasurer, ...w.m 

B.W. Biohardfl, assembly employee, •.«<.... 

J. P. Biee, enrolling miHtia,. ......t.v ....^..^k... 

J. Biedy,..........'.....-do. .1 > ..» 

Ij. Bomberg|; do. >.w.k..» 

Beform school, appropriation,.. » 

T. Began, labor about oapitol, ...k 

T. Began, gae4xtures,"&a, ••••••.... 

T. Bichard, enrolling militia, .v ^^ 

Hn^ P. Beynolds, senator,... 

Geo. Beed, dc .v.». \u 

C.Bogers, member of assembly,.-.. 

Jas. M08S,..*...**..'^....fli0M... ••.*..«•••••*•« ••••4 •«•«•»• #««••. •••(•* 

Sam. Byan, dc. « -...-..... 

H. W. Bemmittgton,..do • ••.•••••t.... ••.•••ti. 

B. Baymond, door-keeper, assembly, %...v.. 

Byan k Bros., newspapers and pubt laws, 

£. B. Boss,. ......do. V..... 

Beed ft Hughes, do....... r 

Bobinson k Bro.,. ...do... ».....v a... 

H. L. Bann, pnbUshing,-.,...vvkk....k...v..^k. •.;.. 

W. W. Bamsey, enrolUng militia^...... • •. 

J. 3. Bobler, ...do •..............-•«...« .....v..'.... 

B. Boys,, messenger, senate,. w ....^v...... ••..-..•.... 

D. A Beed,meml»r-of assembly,. ..V4««tf.>^». «.<«..... ..v^^...-. 

C. E. ft K 0. Bedfiold, publishing laws, fte.,.. .•^^.... 

B. Bobson, DooniyoD wolf, /..«.«/..... «.j/....«.«.4..v. 

H. N. Boss, [newspapers andpub^ laws^'.... //......... ^...v. 

G. B. Bielsam;- olerk, bank oomp4rellev^eoiSee^wtf.«*«<.. 
Boekwell ft'Upham, publishing laws^i#/«/M«#tf#<.j...«.... 

E. A. Bpen^r, ass'i seordtary of staie^ 



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Beoeipts. 



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DlsbursemHs. 



^// vv*V.fi** »•*•...*« 



16 00 
14 00 
10 00 
10 00 
20 00 
80 00 

looa 

6 00 

10 oa 
uoo 

280 00 

260 00 

1, 180 00- 

800 

16 00 

1, 404 00 

12 00 

8 00 

12 00 

163 00 

26 00 

600 

10 00 

1 200 00 

49 00 

61 00 

10 00 

14 00 

22,826 60 

18 60 

1,006 64 

400 

' 276 00 

816 00 

259 40 

266 00 

267 00 
6000 

225 00 
86 00 

80 68 
• 80 60 

8 86 
J tJ 60 
8 00^ 

10 oa 

186 00 

271 80 

• 87 20 

6 00 

81 "O? 
80000 

SOt)0 
1, 787 '60 



48 



aBNK^iX SUMD-H»«ki]|a»d. 



■Ifiafield Smith, att'y g«i.» expenfef a( Washington, etc., 
• Kathaniel Sawyer, eup't pub. property, stationery, etc.,.. 

^ttate loan interest aooount,. ^...^ 

•B. P. Stanley, enrolling militia........... •..••.•• 

H. B. Sprague,.«««««...do........«.«.«.M««« • ••••• 

B. M. Smith, •..••..uvnOIo ••••»«•« a. 

J. Slade, do .^^ f-—« 

J. M. Stenson, doA......... , 

A. G. Stiles,. «.,.„...do«..« #• «m*i 

W. P. Steyenaon, do.^..*,.... 

&. Q. Stiles, ...•,...* ..do «^ , 

B. F. Smith, .v.....»^«.*do..v^...M* »••••>««• ••t.»...* 

J. G. Stewart, do..H»....„ < «. 

J. Simpson, ....da...«M**«*t «•.........., 

J. T. Shaw, ^.do 

A. Smith, labor about capitol and enrolling militia, 

Sam. Steele, enrolling militia, 

J. Stumpf, .......do 

J. J. Sherman, .do , 

D. Stillwell, ,y..do* 

W. Sheldon, do 

O. 8. Stra8burger,...do 

Q, W. Stoner>.........do 

H, Spe)man,.M.t—*«*do«« •• 

■0. Saren, do „ 

E. B. Swenney, do... ,..» 

£. Simpson,. .^v**«««««do 

H.Shambaugh do 

J. F. Stlffins, do , , 

O. G. Scofield,. clerk, state treasurer, 

H. Sandford, clerk, secretary's office, 

'G. W. Stoner, do , 

D. M. Sturgess, clerk, a<Uutant-generars office...... 

W» Bteckmesser, night watch, state treasury, 

•J. Pt Southern, enrolling militia, 

£d.6Uin, do* ., 

J. Scott, do........... 

P. Squires, do trf" 

G. ^chlief, ,....,..do 

J. Spunger, , do 

Beig. Straw,. ....... ...do 

D.N. Shaw,...,,.. do 

,A|idre<f Sherlock,. ..do... • 

. J. G. Stewart, „..do 

i.^.SulllTan,.. ••«....„. do • < 

^.M* H. Skeurs, do v 

43. H. Sage, do • 

W,^ult«, 4o ...,, 

Wm. Smith, do............. * 

; Bm Bawyer, do.........^ ...., ** « 

•T. Bwan, , do.... ^^ 

Jelw Scofield, do .^ - .., 

.^^ 8. Stratton, ^o...... ^.....MtM******** •< 

-xt: 8ocfield,MM«t do •• 



Receipts. 



...««•. .•••••••••I 



>••••••«.••.*... 



Disbnrsem tf . 


$2,381 SO 


16,187 U 


80,428)7 


I ^2 00 


20 00 


2O0O 


10 00 


8 00 


6 00 


800 


20 00 


800 


6 00 


700 


800 


87 25 


24 00 


14 00 


6/00 


10 00 


14 00 


24 00 


16 00 


6 00 


16 00 


, 10 00 


16 00 


400 


400 


628 88 


900 00 


252 00 


2S0O0 


365 00 


800 


6 00 


600 


8 00 


20 00 


8 00 


20 00 


600 


4 00 


6 00 


800 


12 25 


64 00 


0.00 


, 82 00 


7 00 


600 


20 00 


20 00 


16 00 



4» 



GWJBB^Ji FI71|i>r-H>oaUAtttd. 



Reoeipts. 



|^^5«*»*.f !•••••••••• 



k*«««A»%%4 



^•••••«A*< 



Slnrpe ft O&klej, MpalriBg p]AatoriAg,.m.OApHo],..p««*M' 
P. Saleniine, enrolling milUin, ^>,>w^ * %. >. w« « »>«»»y r* ••* ^ 

John Swetmore, labor 4boni.oapjyU)ly.«««^Mi 

Jonn DniiCib|«»»»««»«»«iAO*aa***«*«*«*AM****ft*«*«**««*»»«»*f •*••«•••••• 

Siftto Hifli. 8odoij(yi^]Hn^xinUAn,M....««««^, 

Stnto ]jllymryy««*«*«addo*««*.*«M»%M«* 
Jolin Stoekman, onToUinginUUiA^ 

P. Sobneidor, do«..........«^« 

J« R. BponooFp •••••M*do««««»«*»«» 

J. P. Simpson, do.......*... 

Onrl 8iUkom,.........da 

Oofnnd Shell, *....«. .dou«...««..«.««.««...«.%^..««M««4** v.*. 

0. P. Shean, •••••.••...dou.*^. «,»,..-A«.nM*< ••••• 

0. 8tilirnger,.....-<««do.....«.....«..««M«.««.«M<..'^..* 

^r • «• Hniitii,..—..»»».«Q O »..».>...<»»<»»%».«^^it..«t. «»»•»•. t...** *■>•.*.»• 

Anton Sohmidt, . labor aboni e*pitol,.M<^««<M«if t*.*- 

ANa Stewart, Jndge cironit ooaz(^»«t«.«««M<*<«*»*v! 

Si. Croix Go. ▲gxionltnraLBooieAy, annual appropriation, 
B. W.Saohow, .bindingi eto.,~«....f •.•«..«<.it%^f«»f*v.—v; 
0. P. Solberg, pxintingand nevapaper0»v..«..*.«.«..«.«i.....i 

B. StoTenB, enrolling milltia»....«.««.M«M«Mrtf.f?vv**r 

P. W. Strickenberg, do....«..«M*M rftn*f* 

G.W.Selser, ..<K.do...,.«.,..,..^...„..., 

Sheboygan Co. Agrionltoxal Sitelf , AnnRf4>Ppropriaiion, 

Sohnmaoher ft. Johnion,. repairing, lacl^u ^^<^n 

Ctrl Sohmidt, laek0,.key«, etQ.,^»^^^«*i««Mf*f«f*« 

Spencer ft Dallof^ whitevaehing, QU.y«>M...... 

B. Shore, enrolling .militi% .^^.^mi^ rr •••••* 

P. 0. 8ohniderhom,..*doM««««MM«M.a«»^a •••«••....»•••••.• 

P.Sohwin, do..««...«..«,....M,,.i..t. •>. 

J.T.Starr, ..^.•do.a ,...»*mim«. 

Wynan 8poonei,lieut. gOT..and prea't of the senate, 
V*. js. Dmiui, 8enavQr,%%«a««^K* •••tttffrfa* ..ff.fffff ....•••• ..*•.•.•• 

IC.H. Sessions, ...do.. «...^^„.*M !•#• 

P. M. Stewart, .chief olerk, senate, ,„„,. 
D.B.Snody, senaLs employee,. ....... .^t- 

B. Stow, fireman, . senaie> », ,,. 

H. Spooner, senate employee,^M*'*r ••••••« 

8. Slonghton, messenger,, senate^.. ...,>. 
B. O.Sallsbnry, aembor of. aasenibly^... 

X Sawyer, M...„do. 

W. Simmons, .....dQ, 

%. G. Simmons, ..^^....dQ 
Bdwtn Slade,....«..«.do 

-Qnidner Spoor, do 

Jl W. Starks, •••««M«.dQ4 

9. St George, assembly employee, .1. 

A. Sliitens, •.MMA««.*.do.««« •••...•..• 

'hi Sbsoles, messfsnger, assembly....... 

W.P.Story ft Co., newspapers........ 

J. SehoHer, enrolling niiUti%.,,.„.„«l 

4l)00. 






•••..••y* 






.. »• ...^ . « .•p«a»a* • 



*....••..•........ 



f»rf? 



....«..%«.•«...«•. 



Disbarsem'ts. 

. f666 26 

4 00 

62 00 

68 00 

202 11 

550 

1,000 00 

. '600 go 

.14 00 

20 00 

10 00 

8 00 

14 00 

6 00 

15 00 
84 00 
28 00 
'45 50 

1, 668 66 

100 00 

n8 49 

561 45 

10 00 

600 

10 00 

100 00 

189 60 

185 45 
. 96 00 

7 00 
4 00 

28 00 
19 00 
776 00 
275 Op 
302 00 
725 00 
157 50 
225 00 

186 00 
185'00 

248 00 

249 OO 
255 00 
251 00 

. 259 40 

281 00 

:. 251 60 

' 427 4U 

,900 

225 00 

185 00 

.74 00 

500 



II 



M 



ChBlTBRAIi Flttn);— coBtliim«d. 



>•««>• •«•••••«• 



B«Y«W. F. S«bnider, legislattTe oli«plain/i< 

6. Smith, labor Un sssemblj postoffied, ••••^ ^.•••* 

W, ItodemaD, repaiving wfa£elbarrowfl,4...>».....^w««»* 

G*K. 8haw, newipapm^; «% *»k*... «,,..... 

Ai GL Sandford, pabUahittg and n«w8papeyt)v«.««-uv 

8c(hpff. Winenr & Co.y tiewspapen- and pubUiUng lawa, 

J. B, Jt H. M. Stotjfeng, n^wvpapera, 

Btaie.bondB, 



kr««»«* 



(4V%«^« 



B« IT* Solbergi convv/likg p^isonen, '•/..k«.%%v«««*»*»*V'«.,«.«^«i#i«««»,.,, 



J. Bcbnider, ^do 
L Soboeffler, AewspApetB^ . .....v.-.*.. 

Stotran k Mimn, pubcBbabig laws,... 

J. YT. Stone,.. ....do.. 

Sbarman k Gowdy, do 

7. KilliTan. bounty on wolf, 

8. W. Smitn, pubUsfaing laws,: 

L. BL Simons, bonnty on wolres, 

T. Shannon, enrolling miUtiai < «.....,..«.... 

S.U. Swansdale, do <.*«..4..«».w 

C. F^Bohiffle, do 

State Prison, appropriations, .* (.....««•...< <*.«.. 

Soldiars* National Oemetery, appropriations,«a.*««M.*« 

J, A. Smith, publishing laws,. ;.i • ^....j.4.i**« 

If. SMithotr, labor about oapitol, i.i«.4..... 

J. Speed, do 

L. E. Smith, publishing laws, '. m 

E. Sawtell, bounty on* wolres,. 

If A. Sooggin,. .do«.. .; 4»<ii..iw..»s... 

P. Sohwalenbusfa, .'••;••••. .do< -.; 

D. Taylor, Judge oirouit oourt, »..< 

Thompson ft Roberts, newspapers and publiehiBg laws, 

B, W. Taylor, enrolling militia, « «. 

A. P.Thompson, do<; ; <«..* 

D. Thurston, ..'...do 

J, Tobin do, ;;.... M.i..»»».M... 

H. Toelle, ^ • do ; 

D. H. Tullis, clerk, seoretayy's office,....; 

W. H. Thomson, do 

H. S. Thompsozi, enrollfaig militia, 

J, B, Thompson, labor about capitol, 

B« A. Taft, transportation ; •. 

H, R» Tripp. eurolllng;mllitia 

H. P, Terrell, do* ...;; 

Ifnt Thompson, do •. i...< 

W. ?• Towers^ painting,..,! ; i....k..i *.. 

GfOb Trucks, couTeylng prisonenr, 

*■ Taylor, enrolling militlai 

J, Turner, presidential^eleetor,.; 

T hompsoB| labw about oapitol, 

Teague, enrolling milttl% -....v......; 

X M. Tarr, nuember of assembly, Ac.,....;;; u 

tu 6. Thomas, enrolling milttia, 

A. H. Tinker,,. .-...do;...?! 

C.Taggart........... do...... 



Beoeipts. 



»•• *••«•)» »^i4h»»^w 



*«••••••« •W«a4«*«4 



I 



........•••« 



»•*•»•»« 



i«M.. a^*.*.*. 



»**••••• 



Disbursem'ts. 



$80 00 
76 00 

82 00 
14» 

648,800 00 

78 60 

10»60 

2&:4a 

aooo 

80 00 

80 00 

600 

80 OO 

80 00 
10 00 

600 

10 00 

87,816 4a 

1,890 00 

60 00 

81 19 
16 12 
80 00 
10 00 
10 00 

10 00 
2,600 00 

89 70 
12 00 
7 00 
12 00 
18 00 

11 00 
662 00 

76 00 
10 00 
67 40 

7 88 
2^00 

6 00 

16 00 

776 OS 

26 00 

409 
28 10 

4 12 

7.00 

86900 

20.09 

.8 00 

10 00 



» 



G-JSKSRAIf. ^^P^oimiv^xp^ 



T|i»mf«aleaaGo.Agricaliaral ^po^ annual appropriaiion, 

G, W. Tnmer, enrolling militia, ......•••••••? •v!<— ••• 

X Thompson, do... ......•••••^•'••- 

4^ Taylor, member of asaemblj, ....ttr**-.*** 

VmOk Thorpe, Benaior^ ..............•..................*.»... 

H. 0; Tilton, member of assemblj,.-...—.-.-.-.' ff 

O.B. Thomas, do..,,.,.....- ?.:...«8?vt«?m-^— • 

J.Thompson, Jr., ...do .••?..... ,.tv»-— •• 

H. W. Tilton, messenger,, assembly, ,, , f*..... 

Qfo. Trayser, printing,....., , r^.?... 

M. L. Thompson, clerk, state treasurer, .......,* • 

J. Tomlinson, damages from Ozaukee rio^.. ...v 

J. Toner, newspapers and publishing laws,,...... 

C. W. Thrall, enrolling militia,.. 

&. Tompkins, publishing laws,.. 

W. H. Tousley, do 

B.8* Tucker, bounty on wolf, 

A. Thurston, do*...,, * r 

Terry & Co , publishing laws,. 

H. lilmadge, enrolling militia, ••••• 

L^ A. Taylor, publishing laws, 

H. Tredway, book-keeper, bank comptroller, 

W. W. Tredway, bank register, 

H. A. Taylor & Co., publishing laws,...., 

W. P. Towers, painting about capito^ , 

United States Express, transpertation,...,, „ 

£. T. Unseth, enrolling militia, r***««» 

Henry Utt, member of assembly,....* ..*.» 

Jt Van Nesi, enrolling mHitia, « 9»y**«t • 

F. K. VanWagoner, do • ,.,... 

J. J. YanEulen, watchman, • 

J. TanTromp, enrolling militia, ,•„ » 

A. Yanderburg, do .•»...•.., ••• 

A. J. View, do ,.•»••! f<»*** 

O. Van Waters, publishinx laws, *»w^ 

B. VeHiausen, wood and shade trees, ..*MfM*»**M fM— 

C. A. Yoelz, enrolling militia,. ••.. 

Anthony Yan Wyck, senator,. u>**«Tit.ftt* m*.* 

D. C. Yan Ostrand, member of ^ssemblyi* 

J. Yanghan,.. , ...do ..», ,.»».m»«*» 

P. Yan Owenl»nk, enrolling militla**.«if»ft.M ft**.**** 

G. Yroman, bounty on wolf, ,,«.^,,„«*^'«*ff *••••*••• 

8. lA. White, bank .mister, • ,....,.,..„ *.r. 

Q, W^ Washburn, Ju^e oir.Quit oQurt, f*.'t.«* 

ib P. Wetherby, do »,.« MM«**.*«t •*•....«* 

Bmil Wallber, asqH attorney ge9e.ral»..p» „«M.f..M < 

Wisconsin telegraph, diBpi^tchoS9..».M.**< t^ ^ 

J. Wnrd, enrolG.9g militiiL. ^.... 

W.F. Wherry,... .....,,,......dp.....*.,„*wM,^M»** «....«.. 

W« C White,..i,«,, ,f«,,«w,dO/***»«**AM»M<4^^«««*«« tt •*«•••..•..«• 
Jftt.vi As^at,M...j^ff ..••.•••f..uo**««<if *«*<«, •<**M*»»*»**4<i* •*«*••«•• 
TlK>fL WoodlaiidU,.,«w*.fdo*»«. 
?• Waidenfell^,„„„M««.-do.M 
J* p« White,... 4nMt«t«4t«4nv.4o.««« 



» •. . < •,... ... *• t» t • ^. * V.M • ••• • * *W *MW. 



»»»•»• 



Receipts. 



»•«•*••* 



tM» 



%^ m'* ..••»«4..« 



I 



Disbursem'ts. 



1<K) 00 

4.00 

6 00 

,248 Oa 

806 20 

2i5 00) 

185,00 

120 00 

28 75 

100 00 

81 25 

12 00 

80 00 

80 00 

5 00 

5 00 
80 00 
10 00 
80*00 
50 00 

150 00 
80 00 
00 64 
52 87 

6 00 
246*20 

12 00 

10 00 

456 25 

5 00 

800 

8 00 

80 00 

2,088 78 

10 00 

280 00 

251 00 

.240 00 

15 00 

5 00 
900 00 

2, 500 00 

2,500 00 

600 00 

448 09 

400 

12} 00 

aoo 

6 00 
6 00 

18 00 

12 or 



52 



GENERAL FUND— eoatinaed. 



Williftus, Jonea & Judd, enrolling -militia, ^ ^ 

J. E. Wright, do. ; .v. 

J.W*llaoe, » do i .-....;.. 

Bf.Wflbur, do..;..i .....; -. 

J. O. 'Winslow, ^ * ...do m 

iH-'WaiB, do 

W.'N. Webster.......... do ..•..;... 

G.W. Wylee, ..do ; ...;; 

J. Way, do;* ^a 

C.H. Wylee,... do t 

N. Wheeler, , *. do 

Q. L: Wood, * V ^do 

L. Woodwick, labor about oapito^ 

J. Wiokariji, do 

John Wienert, enrolling militia, ;.i ;...;... 

C.H.Wiele, ^...do *. 

B. P. Wright, ,..do 

E. L: Williams, do ...^ 

L. Wait, do. 

N.Webster, oonyeying prisoners, * i.... *..;.... 

K M. Wadsworth, enrolling militia, 

J. Wallahan,...........do 

X B.Webster, lettering flags, ; '.. 

R. C. Williams, enrolling militia, j.^...; -, 

Gh. W. Warring...... .do ; 

W. Williamson, ..»»..do....^.. «...«. 

Thos.Weier, ...do ;» i 

A.Worden, presidential eleetor, i 

O. P. Worden, enrolling militia^..; t....i...4...i.... 

R. Weaver, do.....«« .» »... 

30. H. Wright, labor about -oapitol,.* i * 

P.H.White, clerk, seoretary's offiee, * 

S. B. Woloott, surgeon-general,; j.^ 

J.Wiener, enrolling miUtia,.. ....«w*.* ; 

Walworth Co. Agrieultural Sooiety, annual appropriation, 

J.Wallaoe, labor about capitol, ....«....« 

Winnebago Co. Agrieultural 8o-y, annual appropriation, 

Washington Co do. do.<«i..«..*i*w.. 

J.J. Worth, enrolling railUia .....•..•••« 

O. Wilton, wood, ...r« %v.. ., ;..., 

A. Warner, ice, ^..<... t.t. •........, 

A.Wheeler, enrolling militia, k« »»»••«*».... ..^4^...! 

E.WaMen do..«.« i i.. 

W. K. Wilson, senator)* k».M*oo...»k , 

H.O.Webb, ..do..... **..*<< < 

£LB. Wilkinson, do ...,,.**.4 , 

W. S. Wesoott, ..de«...%...««.« « • 

W.M. Wallace, senate employee, .^•...... 

^0. B. Worthington...do ,. • ^.«..., 

N.Williams, sergeant*at-arm8> senate,../ 

1D.W. C.Wilson, ats'i sergeant-at-arms^ Benate,.*««....<4. 

jr.L.Wilder,^ do , 

W. 3. WilUam8|«M'tpo6tmaiter, fleBftte,.«i4« ••</.....< 

KW^sworth, d4>or-keeper, aenate, « «•«•••.«•. 



Receipts. 



.iJ 



Diabursem'is. 


•12 00 


7 00 


16 00 


10 OC^ 


12 061 


16 00 


8 00 


8 00 


10 00 


8 00 


8 00 


8 00 


126 50 


217 26 


20 00 


10 00 


8 00 


U 00 


7 00 


84 00 


22 00 


16 00 


26 25 


25 00 


20 00 


10 00 


8 00 


80 10 


10 00 


15 00 


746 80 


402 50 


1,126 00 


10 00 


100 00 


722 50 


100 00 


100 00 


^4 00 


67 00 


45 00 


8^00 


• 4 00 


i75'00 


'808 00 


268 20 


286 00 


J 90 00 


24 00 


^ 660 00 


270 00 


276 00 


TO 00 


'225 00 



:58 



GENEBAL FUNI>— conolnded. 



Heceipts. 



A. Wftndry, door-keeper, senate,'. ^. 

^H. B. Win SOT, member of assemble,.. ,. 

layman Walker,. .....do...; 

F. A. Weage,....!i;...'d9...... ^..i.^.i.'.ii.. 

.Thos. Wearer,... ...lido.... 

J. Wedig, ..do 

John W.Woiler,......do,.. v'v "v: 

Cephas Whipple, do.... .'........* 

Bichaid While, do 

G.C. Williams, do 

H.S.Woster, do .,...........'...... 

A.WUcox, sergeant-at-arms, assembly, 

W.J. Wallace, assembly employee,.. ••*...#..... 

M. Welton, do 

N.F.Weber, messenger, assembly, 

Ii. S. Webb,.. do ••••• 

G. F. Williston, do 

Westerq Engraving Co., sem^te f^nd as^^mbly diagrams, 

W.J. & J. H. Wftggoner, newspapers, , 

C. D. Waldo, neirspapexs and publishing laws, 

Mrs. M. J. Wyman, rosettes,.. 

A. J. White, coATeying prisoners, 

J. Williams, dnk, state treasurer, 

T. O. Wisner, pabiishing laws,... 

H. Winter, conToying prisoners,.. 

J. Walker, bounty on wolres, 

L. Woodwick, labor abont capitol, 

J. H. Waggoner, pablishing laws, 

Ii. D. Worrell, bounty on, wolf, 

0. F. Wheeler, senator, 

H. Yomton, enrolling militia, 

A. H. Toung, senator,......, 

M. K. Toung, do,.... 

J. Tates, ifareman, senate,*^ 

E. W. Young, assHolerk, assembly, 

J. 8. Toung, messenger, asfiembly, 

C. ZMler, enrolling militia, 

C. Ku Zimmerman, eonTeying prisoners,. 

€. S&illar, newspapers, ,••• 

Transferred to soldiers' relief fund....... 

Transferred to war ftind, ^... 



•tr 



Balance September, 80, 1864,. 
Balance September 80, 1866,. 



./..... 



►** 



»«A^« 



1, 618, 616 49 
82,849 86 



1, 660, 966 84 



£>iirt)ur8em't6. 



$236 00 

240 60 

279 00 

260 00 

' 246 00. 

266 00 

246 20 

269 40 

248 60 

25^ 00 

236 20 

S60 00 

6 00 

8 00 

186 00 

185 00 

135 00 

.200 00 

60 

81 00 

600 

16 00 

12 00 

30 00 

/ 80 00 

10 00 

876 67 

80 00 

liOO 

284 20 

16 00 

401 00 

279 00 

226 00 

. 860 00 

.«7 60 

6 00 

t89 00 

. . 1 60 

#4 60 

200,000 00 



1,491,686 aO 



169,429 14 



h^&0^W6 U 



54 



ACCOUNTS AUDITED, BUT NOT PAID. 

Mathias Adams, enrolling militia, 1 » 

WilUam AT«rill, do « 

Peter Thomas, do 

H. W. LeTericb,^ do 

B. Rice, do 

August Boloff, do ;.:... « 

Peter Truax, do 

Dayid Monteitli, do .....'... 

' Calumet oounty agiiouUural soolety, « ; 

Vernon ....do 

Lucius Smith, taking enumeration, 

James KaTonaugh, ; 

J. I. Case, mileage, 

B. Barkham, 



116 00 

400 

20 00 

4(H) 

flOOO 

8 00 

6 00 

20 00 

100 00 

100 00 

88 61 

28 94 

25 00 

45 00 



SCHOOL FUND. 



sales, M • 
Dues,. 



Loans, 4^ i 

Penalty and ad¥ertising -, 

Fines,.. ..^ * 

Taxes, ^ i 

V. S. for 6 per eent, due on sales of public lands,. 

Reminded from-Brovn county, ;.. 

Transferred from sehool fund income, • 



Adams County, delinquent tax,. 

Ashland... do... 

Brown «do.*.« 

Buffalo.. ...«...«do....«v 

Buraett.*.»*.M •••»*«uo..*«..« <*.*.i •.... 

.Oalttmet .r.....do. ««.«..., 

Chippewa de..^..^. 

Olark «......do.....# 

Oolumbia •..,.. xio. ^ « 

Orawford.. ,«..kvdo ; 

Dane.... '^v^.wdo.».«...t 

Ballis do*-..* 

'Podge. «..«.do 

Boor do 

Bougks do \ 

•Bnnft «.««•.«••.. do * 

IaiiOlaire....«ii».>,do.* • 

vond dttLeww I. ....do..... ....... ...... 

Grtni .».».,...,. do 

Qreen do 

Green Lake.;. do 

Iowa...... do 

Jackson.. do 

Jeffemon do........ 

Juneau do < 

Kewaunee do 



Receipts. 



$81, 029 81 

188, 496 62 

182, 176 96 

8,471 96 

1, 692 49 

22, 628 06 

148, 784 06 

7 86 

14 00 



1628, 860 80 



Disbursem*ts. 



$76 68 

46 87 

645 18 

448 12 

21 09 

1,484 76 

265 88 

198 46 

286 16 

08 



117 
861 



62 

6 44 

46 18 

286 98 

68 58 

226 89 

281 71 

112 68 

618 85 
80 26 
45 29 

771 79 

619 14 
66 88 

110 04 
486 28 



&5 



LaCroue, CooAiydaliAqn^BiittAZy— ••« 

Maaitowoo..;. do.».«. — • •••. 

Mftraihon do •.^.^•.•*««. 

Marquette^ do- ^•.....^••••••. 

MIlwftiikee..i,.««^do-^.... ....••.. 

Oeobto .....do.^.*.. > 

0«t»gamie »^>.*do.. 

Ottokee -dou..*...^ 

Pipin... ^r.do«>.^ • • 

Pkroe •••... ~«....*j1o.«.^..« ...«• 

Polk ,..,>^do m 

KOviftgo* ••••••««do«««M*»«* »•>•••••••• •••< 



.■■»doi 



Biehlaiid ...«do.< 

Book.. ..do-.*.. 

8L Croix do-*.>. 

ouikM •«M»ulo«*««**' 

fikttWftiio .•.■^••••••do***<*M« 

8h0bo7gan.^.....,.do 

TtfompealoAH. <M>..^o.^ ... 

Vomon » do 

'W^Bhington: -do.^... 

*^WitikOBhft..« .do*^*— 



»»f« 



' 'Wkiipaoft...MM<«*«««do«.« M« 

lVlkiiBhiffa.......«..>doM>*j 

WlA]iobago.«-.<^.«do.....«. >•««....«% , 

'WTood *.,^do • 

Atwood & Rublea, prinling and Adyertising. 

L.H. Andrewa it Co., adTertising forfeited lands,. 

Smtliff & GarEy«— .•••-^. do ••.«.^.„ 

' 7. W. Blake^ M*M«M«M^i do*** •••#•••••*• *«• 

•J.«.BraoketV*.. - do 

.«Brannan& !t4ix3L8r|.»*^.«««^ do • 

*XS, O* Braiziard,.«««.«^.«««««».«. .do «••.*.... 



BUM JtOti8|. do o 

J. E. Bohaair «« do < 

■J. C« CotJBr,i.. ••• do 

J5.ColAiiiazL,«. ;• •.••••••do ....• 41. 

'&» W* CXrp0iiier,***M*«M* •^•••••••do..... m.,«*.mi*. 

Ca»ay A-SftMit,-.«... ; do '. 

EdllbrdDtolLir,. ...... *.-, do 

W. H. Famkam, J do 

0Tay *BaTi«,..,.. „ do :. ; 

Qoo. Gray & Co.,~ do , 

B.Hopki]i8, do 

T*8.Haiighawoat» do 

• J. P. Hqiiiob, do 

Job. Harris,.*.. do 

<;.8. Har^ do 

J. E. Ingn^am, do 

0. JohnaoD}.. • do 

Knapp, Stout & Co., do 



Booeipts. 



»•« 



•w 



DiBbanem'ta. 



808 40 

828 iO 

.290 18 

. lOiS 92 

128 00 

357 iU» 

228 76 

1, 690 67 

10 88 
. 18d4 

1, 598 87 

298 69 

11 i9 
1, 010 51 

118 86 

2, 808 61 

579 18 

1,168 06 

62 06 

816 69 

824 56 

17 09 

8 81 

494 86 

178 06 

74 06 

163 77 

I 1, 716 09 

20 00 

14 78 

29' 50 

28 50 

86 00 

82 14 

26 66 

8 76 

16 76 

22 60 

11 12 

12 48 
60 

8 60 
441300 

2 60 
10 00 
20 60 
26 00 

8 60 
88 00 
10 76 
19 60 
12 00 



66 



BOHOOL FTTHD-'-oomelndtd. 



!*••«*••««««• 



rv*-** ••< 



Receipts. 



iteUnd & Bennett,' adrertiBing forlSiited Imadtj^ 

Frank Ijol&nd,-......;;...d« • %. 

8. S. Lnoe, i.....;.de vt.>. 

A. J. Lawson,. ..«....;. ..do v.. <«.«.%* 

D. McBride, ...do .........•.-„. 

W, J. Park, printing, # •• 

Pease & Cogan, adToriising forfeited lands, 

Bobinson &, Bro., do ....•.•«•.*..• 

Beed ftHughls,. ^do *.... 

£. D. Boss, .do 

Bookwell &> Upli««n,...do «.*.. 

H.N. Boss, do ..•• 

p. 35. &;. L. G. Bedfieldj.do 

J. 4-. Smith, .do. .....«« ^ 

Stowers & Lookerbj,..do ».. *. 

A.;0. Bandford, do 

G. K. Shaw, .do ..» < 

Smith & Benton, do « 

J. A. Somerby,' do .i 

8. W. Smith, ndo. ./.... ....••....•«.. 

C. Seymour, do 

Sohoif,Winnegar & Co.do , 

J. B.& H.M. Stocking, do % 

B. Tompkins, A do 

T. JL Terry & Co do 

Thomson & Boberts,...do 

H. A. Taylor &Go do r.. 

John Turner, do 

L. A. Taylor, do 

O. Yan Waters, do........ 

L.|B. Wright, do 

T. 0. Wisner^ do «,... 

CD. Waldo, do •. ' 

W.H.&J.H.Waggoner,do 

Loans, « 

Befonded, 

Transferred to Normal Sohoel Fond,.. 



>••••*•• 



4«i 



.••.••. 



• ••!< 




■»■■■■»*.<• » 



r.». »«■'». n«w«. •»•**» 



............ 



>•.—•»#».■.. 



>*•*•«• .*•**••«« 



••^•••••» »•*«*.< 



.V#a.»»*. 



.. 



Balance September ^0^ 1864,, 
Balance September 80, 1865,. 



ae 



^n>* 



• n J I I ' 



:;:«= 



628,800 80 
8, 408 Qi 



mrymm 



$681, 799 34 



Disbursem'ts. 

10 60 
2 60 

96 00 
7 00 

27 60 
446 80 

41 76 
19 88 

.11^90 
8290 

42 60 
16116 

.28-60 

7'78 

18:00 

21 26 

. 12:82 

12 60 

.6&00 

28 82 

10 SO 

idM)«9 

. U^Ol 

12 00 

26 60 

.74 60 

21 91 

.. 8200 

4 84 

18 88 

24 00 

10 40 

80 60 

486, 778 00 

j,74a/r9 

14,170 68 



681,884 19 



10,466 06 



.^^.^ 



f681, 799 24 



. I 



..1 



« 



SOHOOL FUND INOOMB. 



ii 



>••••••■•••••••••*•• 



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# 



Beeeipte, 

As]il*ii4, > d«»»«.. »•—«••.•• 

STOWlly ••••••••••••••••vttO****** 

Boffklo, »«•••• wdo 

CBlllllMt^ •••••#•«»•• ••••U'0»*«»« 

Chippewa, do 

viwrk} ••••••••••••■••»• ••CM* <•••••••••' 

Columbia, .do *. —...•...»..«. *...*^... 

Crawford, do»...w—^.-..-.*....... .—.......•..• 

Dodge, ««..do.^ 

Deer, ••..••••.do.;;^. - ..^..l 

DovglaB, do..,«^ ••&« 

Damn, •••«...do.*^ •^ '•— 

Eaa Claire, ••••••M«*«*do»««<.«««*w««*««»*«««'«»«L*<>** ••••»«•%«••• 

Fond dn Lao, •«•«•« •••dOr««.«««»»* •••• ••>»•• 

Grant, — *^.do — ••: 

Qreen, •••*•• •^•^.do.. •..••• •••••••••••••••••• •• 

Green Lake,^ ^.do 

Iowa, «do «>...^.... 

JaekBon, do 

Jefferson, ••.••••••••••••do** ..•.•••••••••••*.•• 

Jtmeau,. - do > 

Kewaunee, •••••••do* • ••% ••••> 

KenoBka, • do 



9168,281 4a 






^••••••"••••••••i**** ••••**«•••• 



LaCrosee^- do iC^ 

La Fayette^ *••— do 

LaPointe, —• .do 

M^anttowoe,* •••••••^•••do**^*** •••••••••••• •••••••< 

Maratlion, ...••••• Ma-Mvdo** ••• ••••' 

ICarqnette, — «.do 

MUwat^kee,.-..— do»^..«.... 

Honroe, •••••••••• ••••••do*.****.^. 

Oo<nito^.- ••»•••• .do* •*..•••• 

Outagamie, do.<»* 

Oiaakee, dosp.*...... 

Pepin, •••••do* 

Pieree, ••••••••• ••MM«« • do* • 

Polk,- do.. 

Portage, do.* 

Kaeine, —do-. 

Riohland, -•.•••—-— do—. ...•• 

Book,- -**..do«-i^.*.< 

o%» Croix, ••••••••••••••doM*«»a*«< 

Bank,.. >•#— »««»«»do „ 

Shawano,.--- do, .»••••, 

BAooojrgan ••—••••••••• cio«>»»* »»»*#— — •••••*••••■»••••••«• •••• •«•••• 

TMmpealeavi,.*— ,..,do^.^^**....«,«.....««...— - 4a, 

I' emony* •*■•»»»*»»— »flo«»«»«»»»»#»— *>••»•— »•«»■•••••*••*•»»»••»» 

** MW1hUI|» ••••• •••»**»00 nm * ■>>««» •*—^»».»»»a>t n at«»**** »»••••» 

Waahington,.,««..**..do*— ..•••^••••••wt...^.. •;•••«*... 

Wiuikesiia, ••••••••••••do««*««. •.•••••••••••«.•••«...«»•• t«w.. **• 

** aopaoa, —•.••••••••••flo^««««»««»««*»*«««**«*«»v»^«»»#«««»^» •«••••««• 



!••«••••••••• 



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>•••••••••••*••• .•• 



Beeelpts. 



•■.M». »••••••«■••• 

f 
4kf*»« ••'••.*>*^*** 



t^ — t 



• *«««^a «*«••• 



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• ..••• O il »«•♦*••*» 



«•••••••••»•.«•••* 

•..•(•••»*«^ 



••■••«4«« •»••••••• 



DiBbnrsem'te, 



I, XZO 66 

128 84 

2,699 74 

.840 42 

1,446 08 

471 96 

167 78 

4, 718 62 

1, 869 44 

8,671 82 

7,997 10 

402 96 

81 88 

G3» 80 

677- 12 

6,894 62 

6, 028 08 

8, 777 06- 

2,177 64 

4, 158 86 

861 00 

0, 182 n 

1, 726 46 

1,119 18 

2,261 82 

2, 127 96 

8,786 72 

60 14 

4,610 68 

487 60 

1, 810 08 

12, 480 26 

1,858 40 

622 10 

2,008 66 

8, 189 64 

482 08 

880 90 

270 22 

1,841 82 

8, 980 24 

2,841 86 

6, 622 16 

1,091 12 

8,769 68 

149 04 

5,088 98 

700 68 

. 2y299 08 

4,505 24 

4,861 64 

16,004 84 

1, 921 42 



58 



SCHOOIi VONO <l!rCOME-<>Matianed. 



»»■■> ■■»»»< 



r»^<<««»»«4»'»**»» •»••■«♦>■•»« 



>•••••••« 



»•••* • ••••••4 



>•••••««•••••« •••••••••«••«•• 



Waushara e^nnty, apporiloanMiii|..^.«»« 

Ii. M. Andr«W0, •dT^rtisiog forfeited luids,...< 

Atwood & Bnblee, pri&ting and advertising,.. 

H. Bprohsenins, olerk, land department^ -•«»... 

J. Av Bate, chief olerk, land department|.. 

C. 8. Boardman, clerk, protecting lands,.^.... 

J. W. Blake, adTCitising forfeited state lands, 

Brannan & Tomer, r..do.... 

f ■ 0« Brainard, ••••••••••••••do»««««»« 

J. B. Bohan, «..« ....do 

J. F. Bryant, clerk, protecting lands, ......m. 

W.O.Bradley, clerk, land department, 

BliW & Son, advertising forfeited lands, •«• 

J. T. Clark, appraising forfeited mortgaged lands, ... 

J. B* Crosby, clerk, land department,...........*........ 

Carney & Stout, advertising forfeited lands, 

*C. W. OarpentMT, m«4o 

*W. E. ft J. F. Cramer, do 

W. H. Davenport, clerk, land department, 

O.De Witt Xlwood, .do 

•nl. J. Fleischer, do ^ 

W. H. Farnham, advertising forfeited lauds, 

J. R. Gibbs, clerk, land department^ .%. 

Orky ft Davis, advertising forfeited lands, 

J. R. Hnrlbut, appraising forfeited mortgaged lands, 
J. J. Hawley, clerk, land department, 

£.8. Hammond, clerk, protecting lands, 

J. R. Home, advertising foHSdited lands, 

\jt 0. uar*, ...... ..— . ....%..»Qo. ..»*».. . •■« « >■•.»>.— 

H. F. Hubbard, olerk, land department,... 

J. Sh Ingraham, advertising forfeited lands, 

Iberg ft Co<,..«.««**.«..«....do»....»...>..«»*.««M*.i 

R. A. Jones, olerk, protecting lands............ 

0. B. Jackson, ^.^...do.. ...••...•.•., 

A. G. Knight) appraising forfeited mortgaged lands, 

B. R. Kinney, .....do .••*.. .............^m....— 

A.Keyes, clerk, protecting lands,.... ..........•.•• 

Knapp, Stout ft Co., advertising foifisited lands,.. 

Xyon ft Barts, appraising forfeited lands,.. 
FninkXeland, advertising forfeited lands,.. 

X. 8. MoBride, clerk, land department,. 

>J. G. McMynn, Webster's .dictionaries,. 

H. B. Harsh, clerk, land department, •••• 

tB.lialbon, olerk, protecting lands, 

'A.1ienges, clerk, land, department,.. .^ 

W. Ifnrphy, dark, proteoting landis,... 

R. Palmer, appraising forfeited lands,.. 

' W. J. Park, printing,..^....*..^.. 

' Peabo iy ft Wing, appraising iorfeited mortgaged lands,. 

R. G. Fi^e, olerk, proteoting lands,.. 

Barnes Ross, clerk, land department, 



>•.».....»........♦...».« 



.•*••«...*« 



»•••* . • • ..... ••••« •«••. 



>«—.»»»»..«.•.. >. 



►■■.■■■■■•.•....♦.•• o ....^ 



!*»»•«. ——■—*»••»••■• 



Receipts. 



•■••••••a •••.....« 



*••«.«• 



.••^•.•< 



k .«»••.•. 



•..•*.«•. >.... 



.♦■•.»..<. ».■>...>* 



«jb. ...to ... •«••••••• 



•««»»•.••••.•••••• 









Disbnrsem'ts. 



2,M6 40 
d,039 «« 
a 406 16 

7 50 

laa »0 

1,000 00 
1,200 00 

legoo 

10 62 

16 28 

6 68 

600 

66 78 

236 00 

16 68 

60 48 

476 00 

16 82 

6 00 

10 68 

491 14 

246 21 

701 41 

708 

188 00 

6 76 

14 00 

674 77 

126 00 

8 29 
8 09 

47 60 

8 64 

6 00 

229 66 

^20 68 

866 

14 00 

•866 49 

6 00 

96 84 

6 00 

91 

167 00 

600 00 

916 00 

1, 416 08 

400100 

166 67 

64)0 

661 19 

26 00 

44-69 

206 88 



£9 



SCHOOL FITND INCOME— oonoladed. 



D. Bo we, clerk, land department 

Bobinflon & Bro., adTertieing forfeited lands,. 

JE. P. Boss, ,.•'•••^0 

Beed & Hughes, do 

Bockwell & Upham, do 

J. B. Bedfield,«a«..«»«»«*«*««do«. ••••.•••#«•••••• < 

H. N. Boss, do....v..... 

A. C. Stunts, olerk, protecting lands,^ 

Smitli &' Benton, adrertising forfeited lands,.. 

J. A. Somerbjf do 

S. W. Smith, do 

8choiF,Winnegar&Co.,...do. < 

▲. aSandford,.. do 

J. B. k H. U. Stocking,^do 

Stowers & Lockerby, do 

M. SafTord, do 

Smith & Salomon, costs. State ts. Pomeroj,..., 

D.H. Tullis, clerk, land department, 

H. A. Taylor, adTertising forfeited lands^ 

J. Turner,. do 



.do. 



T. L. Terr7 k Co., 

Thomson & Boberts, do. 

L. A. Taylor, do 

H. A. Taylor k Co., ..do 

G.Van Waters, do 

Van Waters & Ejiapp,...do 

O. P. Williamcf, appraising forfeited mortgaged lands,, 

Bmll Walber, cler]^ land department, 

W.J. & J. H. Waggoner, advertising forfeited lands, 

C. D. Waldo, do : 

L.B. Wright, do 

P. 0. Wisner, do 

B. M. Williamson, clerk protecting lands, 

Befunded,.. 

Transferred to school fund, 

Transferred to oommissioners' contingent fond........... 

Transferred to normal school fund income,.. »„„,.,„ 



Balance September 80, 1864,. 
Balance September 80, 1865,. 



Beceipts. 



09 



Disbursem'is. 



f 800 00 

8 75 
500 

13 81 
5 
4 

7 

238 87 
600 
80ft 
86 
635 
7 87 
10 80 
15 08 

6 12 
82 00 

600 00 
« 10 

9 00 
500 

7 50 

6 25 

7 11 
2 59 
256 

80 72 
866 06 

4 15 
706 

5 00 
10 34 

6 20 
8,551 36 

UOO 

. 68 75 

4, 154 71 



$1^8,281 48 
14,«Sf6 38 



I « I 



.JJL 



177,809 87 



407 04 



$178, 2It 81 $178,217 81 



i^mmA^ 



JU^ 



• • 



60 



SWAMP LAND IDND. 



6al68,M 

Dttw..^ 

P^alij and adTertisiDj^,. 
Takes. ; 



Bale of timber fleited) ...........* .v........ 

Refunded bj general gOT. for ewarap lands sold,. 



Beceipta. 



fQlv708 62 

18,666 78 

469 79 

7,686 86 

479 00 

48,081 96 



Adams County, delinquent lax,. 

6]^wn do 

Buffalo do 

Calamet ....do^ 

Chippewa. do a.. 

Clark do 

Colombia ...do 

I>ane.. ^ do.. 

Dodge ..do 

Door do 

Dann.. do.... 

£au Claire do... 

FondduLao do 

Grant do 

Qreen.M do 

Green Lake do........ 

Jackson do. 

Jefferson do 

Joneau do 

Kewaunee do. 

^La Crosse do.. 

Manitowoo ...do..«..« «... ... 

Harathon do 

Marquette... do 

Vonroe ;.....do 

Ooentc do 

Outagamie do 

Pepin ..do 

Pierce ..do 

Polk ..do.. 

Portage ....dc 

SloblMd.. do.. 

Bock do.., 

8t Croix.. do.. 

Bank do- 

Shawano... do 

Sheboygan... dc 

Trempealeau dc 

TemoB ...do 

Washington do 

Waupaca... dc 

Waushara dc 

Winnebago,. do 

Weed .....dc 



- ■■ • 



$01, 411 4a 



DisbWsem'ts. 



$8Q 
49 
476 
111 
101 



66 
89 
S2 
86 
02 



8 24 
97 98 
191 20 
109 46 
869 ii 
78 68 
88 70 
12 02 
8^8 
'4 96 
188 44 
96 87 
60 88 
220 47 
879 66 
28 27 
217 86 
62 87 
187 90 
168 94 
497 63 
618 24 
8 81 
6^ 
281 48 
882 40 
18 86 
17 64 
86 16 
24 41 
886 87 
8 48 
100 48 
400 
88 97 
440 76 
240 62 
141 14 
276 97 



ei 



SlTAlfP LAND 11rNl>~«oaeIiided. 



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Aivood & Bublee, priatimg and ftdT^rUaiag,*. 

J. W. Blake, adv^rUaiiig forCeited lands 

J. U. Braokett^^,.— ••••..•.•.do..-..«*....r..,.r..« 
Biannan & Turner,...^ do... 

F. O. Brainardy do... 

7. Colon an, •••••.•.••.•M..M.M.do 

Bdirard Decker, do. 

Qoo. Graj & Go^........«.....do. 

J. P. Hone, ...•••.•. •••••. .do. ....<.■.•. 

J. Hani8,..«.*..*M...«*««w.*MMdo 

G. S. Hart, do 

w« 1S4 UMLranan,— ...♦.••..♦•« »QO..». ..<»»••<..■..«...«..■.»».» >'...♦«. 
O. J onnapn,. »».».■»......>...».. do..... ..»■♦ 

Knapp, Stoni k CQ.,.......M.do....— ... 

8* 8.:Lnoo, M.M do.......... 

A* V • uawBon, ••••••«.. .....•..•Qo.... .............. ..•>..•.■..••••••■ 

iMm xLDJiriciei »«».«.«<i*.»....^ ■ ■■flo.....»>..».. >.—....♦ >.#...«•> »♦♦.*» 

W. J. Park, prinUng,. •«««*«».....^........... ••«...••. •••... 

Poaao ft Cogan, adTortislng forfeited landa.......... a* 

Bobiuon ft Bro.,^..* do 

E. D.Rom, ......do 

Beod ft Haghei,.. do 

Boekw^ll ft Uphan, do.. ^ 

H. K. RoM,. f».«.do 

G. E. ft li. C Bedfield^....;.do 

J. A. Smith, do 

Stowers ft Lockerbj, do 

C. Seymour, ..do. .xu 

J. A. Somerby, ..do*. .^. 

S. W. Smith,....*.... ndo......... 

J. B^ ft H. M. StookiAff^«..:.do , 

John Tamer,... do 

B. Tompkins,... do 

T.LiTerrr ft Co., '. do...... 

Ii. A. Taylor, do li..-. ; 

G. Van Waters, do ;....; 

T. O. Wisnor, w do .....w....- .v...... 

L. B. Wright, doi^;....'. i 

G.D.Waldo, -. do 

W. J. ft J. H. Waggdner,....:do 

Befandod,.. ...v..v....,..v....;..i...i.:....ii 

Loan^. 



Transferred to DrainagoFand, ......; ;.;...;;...;n; 

..do .Jfonaal Sohool Fund,..; u..,i 



»ii. 



Balanoe Septeaibor <0^ 1864^ ...%%..... 
OTorpayment Soptoa»bor'80, ISG^,.. 



Ag i: 



Boodpts. 



«..«.. .I..* •...•••• 






...«. . ..... .« 



....*.. ........... 



..... ...... »^«.». 



»vb*< 



M«. 



Biibniaem'ti; 



9178 4S 

1 60 
4D0 

8"50 

' 26 €0 

* eea* 

360 
12 60' 
S2 60* 
19 00 

660 

2 00 

soa 

> 14 00 
460 

10 281 
21 OOi 

6 17 
12 00 
12 00 

8tG0i 

9 69 
18 00 

4 66 
12 00 

8 60 
60 

2 60 

1 00 
400 

2 82 

11 <)0 
60 

2 44' 

6 60 

10 17 

6 84 

1 00 

660 66 

9,000 00 

11,001 40' 

67, 169 00* 



^iM >«* 



91,411-49 96,891 18 

1,864 47. < ...M...^,' 

-2, 688 '96 (•»*<•<<••• ' 



>****a*.^. 



'96/891 18 



80;891 18' 






i^ i 



• • t A. • ♦ 



6^. 



SWAMP LAND TUND INCOME. 



'.'m. 



ttMefpta^. 



t 



>•»••••&••&• 



—••>•• »mm»^»9mt»«—9m 



K E. AmedoD, olesk, proteoting landfl, 
Jk'F. Bryant) Umber oUrlc,....^ •..•».... 
T. W* Bird, ol0rk, Itnd .department, ••^ 

CI M. ForeBm«nf..>..«..«do^ ^ 

T« W. Gibbs, ...••« •••••••••do • •...•••••«••«. 

B. Br Hammond, olerk, proteoting . landst 

OL B; Jaok80D,b*«.«^.«^.-do« - 

H* &'HcBride, oletk, land department^— .— 

Daft. Malbon, olexk, proteoting lands,-— ••.••••.. 
js. jtr age* »»«»»«»»• ..... .•••♦••Q —«.« •^•••••« •••..•«•. ....•^a 

KPttgh, do—.«.« .«... 

JL G. Pope, .—do.. , 

ilL^ O. i9tlintX}.»»....»«...«MuOM« ••••••••*••••« ••••••• 

B«ftinded, •—..•.••. 

Xeaneferred to drainage fund inoome, 

Tkvnsferred to normal eohool fund inoome.— 
Srensferred to aebool fund inoome,- 



•••• »••>»««» 



••••••••...*• 



Balance September SO, 186i,. 
Balattce September 80, 18ft6,«. 



Beceipta. biaburaem'ts* 



$ia,4M20 

'I ■ I ■ I 



•••«« 



i».^. ... .. . 



• «..■.— .•—....» 



•••••••••.•• •<•••• 



I •.>r....< 



$19, 868 20 
2, 688 72 



•^ 



$22, 146. 92 



$886 21 
18ft 7e 
667/eO 
6eft00 
666 W 
875 00 
74 77 

361 oa 

698 71 
85 8& 

r 1. 10 86 

! 88 20 
61 28 

885 48 
7, 701 26 
i9,708 75 
8,224 49 



$21, 964 07 
182 85 



$22, 146 92^ 



UNIVBESITY FUND. 



•• • 



flalea, 

IHies,.... 
I^Dani,... 

Finalty,. 

liMEes, ... 



Oalnmtt oonnt|r, delinquent tax, 

Chippewa. do ;.... 

Columbia k....do « f*. 

QrawAird* •••••—•,• •*do«.*« ••• ••< 

BuiA... .v...do....« 

BMiClaift.....»^4».de...« 

Fon4 du Lao...«.«..di^« ••• • 

Qreett<« •pt.^.do**.* 

Idva««....^^^«*«u*tMdo«**«««*»««4 

lis Fayetfte dOv.*4r> 

Marathon «.....do < 

0«t#gaBiie....^l.^^^d9.;. 

j^eroe* ••*••• ••••••••*qo****»« •••.•• •..••••••■ 

IPepin • ..do 



Receipts. 



kMik«**iMiteM« 



$8, 614 58 
84,181 89 

8, 146 00 
298 89 

1,841 06 



$47, 581 42 



Diebiirflera'ta. 



f* 



$86 79 

10 14 

52 48 

8 88 

47 10 

99 15 

7 19 

76 4$ 

78 

115 SO 

6 82 

889 

400 71 

56 95 






Portage Conn^, deliaoMnt UZ)« 

.a< 



• /#! 



Biohland* do/* 

Bock....i <••• —do. 

w^i^qrtb .(.... .*? 

]>. P, indrvwfl, ftdTexilaiiig forMtodlaada,.-. 

BHitft Otli, do*-« 

C. W. Cirp^iter,- do 

F.6.Havgliawpiii, do.M.^....^ 

W, J. Park, printing, i 

H. N. Bofli, ftdTorUBlng forfeitsd lands, 

E. B. RoiB, ~ do «•« 

8. W. Sinitb,....«.......^do 1... 

J.^H H.IC atooking,do....« 

B. Tompkins,.*. do 

H. A. Taylor 4 Co^...«do....* 

L. A. TayloTi *..»-..^do«.... 

C. D. Waldoy..; do...« 

WJ.ftJiH.WfggonoF,do 

Loans *.».»....• ^ •••• 

Refanded,..< ^ < 



Bala&oa Septelnbor 80, 1B64).. 
BaOanoo Bopiebbev 8(V 1866,^. 



Beoeipts. 



••••^^« * • »»**^«.« * 



$17,681 42 
6U22 



$18,116 e4 



Disbursom'ts. 



f6 49 
U 87 

82 94 

46 75 

2 60 

8 86 

1 18 

1 OO 

22 00 

4 20 

60 

8 76 

8 00 

1 17 

60 

12 00 

6 01 

60 

42, 750 00 

288 29 



$44, 166 66 
8, 069 08 



.$48, 116^ 64 



UNIVERSITY FUND INGOMB. 



laierost,. 



Aiwood & Knblee, adTfiTtislag forfeited lands, 

BUssft Son,.. , do .,. 

BMnnan & Turner*.** *..*.do »•••.. ............. ........ 

J. T. Clark, afprAisiqg forfeited mortgi^ed lands,,,....... 

U. M. DaTisj xogant uniTorsVjr,« 

J» R Ea8tma%.„.««..«««...,f»»M...*dp v.....,......v/*t i 

W. H. Pamkam, adrortisin^ JTorfeit^d lancls,.!...!,^.^.^...' . 

Qftry &DaTii^.... „.^,,„.dQ ......••••,.•.•......•,,.•,.. 

8»8» Xnoo, « ...».##•>■» w >»%.». A.. ...tdp »....^ a«*»**«.v.*u****«* 

0. H. Mailer, regent. QAiTfir<i(j4...MA««w^...M*****»«p^f •••••• 

W««ir*P|ui[, pri]Ltin|^M#*«*...» 



Eseftit Ai^#s, adTortlsIng <9rfeiUdJ«ak4%**—..< ^4.|.,i.....,«, 

&ata.naiz«x8|t,f^. .;..•..< ^ 



K KS|fa»ng, tr*ce»i nilSv^ildty, 



..MdOi 
I*— 



m H;TKoms<to,.olerk, sear#wy's ojfioe,*.M*.i.A....A*^Mt„„ 
a. -Va»^eifv«dMrtisiag forfeited lands,M. 



Beoeipta. 



$11, 76r 77 



J* 

•.•...•4«.... .*■ 



-r» 



DiBbarsem'ta;. 






*•**••• 






$8 76^ 

1 47 

1 89 

8 81 

80 00 

28 60 

1 U 
69 

2 26 
19 00 
44;64 

1X16 

88 

11120 

Too 



64 



UNIYBRBrrr FUNP mCOME— ^oAoladed. 



O. p. Williams, appruBiiiff landB^ 

G. B. Waldo, adTerUfing forfeited landB,, 
Hefnnded, ••«••••.»••..• •• • 



»M1 



Balance September 80, 1864,. 
Balance September 80, 1866,. 



»v»»*«* 



Beoeipts. 



«• . . , 



Disbursem'Ci. 



8 84 

2 88 
1, 858 10 



$11, 767 77 12, 718 80 
1, 178 12 



212 60 



. .912, 980 89 



12,986 89 



• • • i 



DRAINAGE FUND. 



Loans, *r «....,« ..•.. 

Dues, ^.... #««..« 

Penaltj, « .., 

Taxes, ^.v.«^.«%«...« 

Transferred from swamp land fund,. 



Columbia County, delinquent tax, ••••• , 

Crawford, do , 

Iowa,... M .'..r.« ..do*. ••• , 

Juneau, ...i... ..do... , 

Milwaukee do '. 

Monroe, »do 

Maratbon • do. , , 

Manitowoc, do 

Ontagamie, do 

Btoine^/ ^ ..do 

Sbeboygan,.. do , 

Sauk, do...r • 

Vernon, do %»,. , 

ALwood & Rublee, adrertising forfeited lands, 

J.W.Blake, do 1 

Blntliff &Carr,........do -. v.-. 

F. 0. Bralnard,: do ;;..•......;....;; 

J. M. Braoket<| do.;..;.........^ ..: 

Carney & Stout^ do..;;;. ............................. .^mmV... 

If. F. Farnbam,..;...do;..... ...v. ...••••• 

J. B. Ingrabam ;.;... do ............'....•.•. 

Pease & Cogan,\....-.:.do;.. v. .■.•..•...•«.•...•...... <.:.ii 

W. J. Park, printing,..;;:;;;'., .....'.•...•.v....-...»v.....v.v«.....% 
O. E: Sbaw, adTertising forfeited •UMids,^ .v.«..v.>.*. 

Loans ; ;•.-.....•.•; ..\w.;.i ui.t.b..uv 

'Tra&Bferred to-Normal Sohool Fund, ....v.^ «....'..;... 



ReceiplB. 



f 16,249 48 

161 60 

127 88 

284 08 

11,001 40 



f 27, 824 24 



Dlsborsem'is. 



Balance September 80, 1864, «<»..«...< «<•«.. ...«!.. 

balance September '80, 1866|«.4«««.««*«v««kkM»'...« •••••. 



••»•.«..««*.«..... 



f29, 824 24 
lil02 98 

928. 927 17 



/' f 8 86 
6M 

ia47 

11 96 

1 86 

18 91 

9 98 

464 

28 47 

8 22 

68 66 

11 76 

8 49 

20 81 

460 

6 59 

4 86 

10 00 

fi 67 

4 06 

: . i 8 76 

' T 49 

j12 28 

f 766 

12,628 00 

14,821122 

■ III U ><t !■ 



27,209 n 

1, 717 46 

28,927 17 



„?» 



DHAIMAf^^ .Ppjil? INCJPJP;. 



.'' e.'.j'v »•; ; 



Rooeipts. 



Interest,^ ..i.....vv— .•/•• 

TraBsferred from swamp land fand'income,. 



TV 



» • • ' 







,88 



i':^!?iw« 



Brown, ...36 

f ^ffalo,.....v»;;v«!!-^o*.*r 
Carawford..; do...i 



I * ■ « * • 



!•• • ••••••••« 



> • « « ' • 



> • • • • « • 



• V ■ « < 



• * I • • 



V ' I # 



^ Olftrkt ••••••#•••%«•••••• ••CIO* •<•••• •••••••# #••••••••••••••••• ••• •••««••• 

Calumet, do vtv 

.Colambia, -ao..w ..• .♦... 

UOQSO**...* «••••• ••••••• vlO*.4 •••*•••••■•••••••• •••••••••.••••^* #*••*••■• 

I ^lanc. •••••••*• ••...•••• ..Qo..^**...* •••••.••»••••••••.•••••••••...«,•■••• 

• • ^_^ " »«.«. 4' ' ' »•• •• ••» .... .1..., 

UOOF....... ••••• •••••••. Q0.a4.« •••*■•••••...••••••••••••■*•«•• Ml* <.**** 

• Donn, 4 do. .4 v *.•<«»•< ••••* ; 

' JDulas**.. ••!••• •••••••••cio..« ■.••.•...*... •••••••...«*^'.f«»..tf •••••I* 

• .^ r^. . .«•«• ••••j .«.«. ...♦'» >*i ■.('. 

• JBav OJaire..****. ••*••• qo..^.. ......... •...•••«.i...«.*».«»*«4#«*.**v 

t JrOttd dn liao... ■•.... .do. .^. •■..•.•«••••** •••••••.•••••.•of/«*.»f*^. 

* __ ».*«?••*•• ^. .■■« ...t. .... «*..t« ■•• • .ij 

viToon* •••.*•••• ■••••••••QO*. >.....••.. .....a ••••••••• ..... 

Qveea Lak^. . ..... ... . .do . 

Cbrant, ..U. do. 

Iowa,. ............^do. 

J«£feT80B do 

_ • *'''*j' .i.i.. ..,,. »,. . ,, •,. 

J On eatt. ...d..... ...••...UO..!*. * •.*.....* ..••.••*. ■•••.«.•• ...... y.«... 

Jackson, • do..i 

Kowaonoe. ...«• do • • ••.. «... 

_ ^ ' • -•• (I},.. 

jLSk ^ rosso. f ...••f ..•.•..uO......... ..••.•.....••..........•..... .»^..< 

Monroo.....^. ...'.••.«•* do.ti .* •...•..•.•• •c..*. 

;. MamtowoOi do 

«. maraUion,;.... ......•« do............ ^.^... 

Harqaeite.i ...... ....V.do. . . ^. i .1... i .^.I .'I .'.'.'.' .'J J J.*.' .*.'.'.'. '. /J..'/. 

Oniagamie,... ........ .do.. «^... 

. • ^Foomo. ........... ......uo.. 4. ..•.•*.. ................................. 

^\ _^» •• • • '•• * «... '..«•.... t. ••••••■•■••..•••■ •',.. 

w a awm O O... *..•*....«•.« do..i...... .•...•■•..* ..Mk.t.HkM •M«*4...M.. 

Portare,...* do. .4 ««^»«..» •••••...•./. 

• Pieree, i do..: 

"Boik :......... do.:;::....:::...: :::......:.: .;; •* 

;, r^n, ............do..v 



.1 i 
W.ViV.V.*.*.T.\V.V*fl(Hfliij.1 . il 






• • ♦ • 



Disbttnem^ta. 



y.^y»...... 









......... •....^•* 

................. 



■piiiti' J *^'A"i * '• ••■* "* .•••j.l '''''w'T^ MA 

Im||||11MI|1|...... ...... ...t]0..i.aa aaa... •■.....••»• ...^M .«•««#•. M. *.•. Ma*, t •••«•■.,«. ,«J ZL Qw 




.. 1 ,a 



• ••••••••••••••fir* 



>)«««fi 



• * ■ ft 
• ••• 



.TfYi**''v:v 



''«« • •««•■ 



Baoino.......... «....'.^dp 

• . ^•*J[> «.^oif n.4o..^ 

8i. Croix,. ..^.^.^a... do.. i •.M]4*T^«*>»(.«.«.f.^ . 

ooawanOj .«..........m do..4«.. •............•.......•.......••..•.»»•• — ^ 

._ Trei|)poale4a,...,vt&tJB9 




•Mt.y^v'V'^M", ,j;f; r .■^i 



V«rnom...~ •..••.fr.^dp..^ 

Winnobago, .da«.i 

Walworth, ..To..! 

Wood, ..^. rJrf•^ •'•n- •T'rr • rrrrr f ^•'^'••*M•?:•T•^4•^: 

Washington,. do ^ 

.' Waukesha, •'....-•-. ••'.*.. d9.'..'«'«'.'..-.v..'.i*- r«tf^.Jtf«.v«»»^»i^»^w4A.»'i 

Waushara, .•«.•••.. ;.*.'^;d#.r/.U«i-. v««.ki»vwv«s«ViV..4#4 ««tftftf«#«MU 

II.' S. AnidoB,'olerh,'fToiae^Dg laBd8|i*ijf«k»b*vh%MMV*iM»« 
^^y^fJL j^ Bublae,- ^j^TaIUs^»g^fof4isit^d"UMld•»Mo^4^(?< 









fAAi**UM'(| 



78 
162 94 

' ' 1«2 94 

84 00 

864 82 

52 65 

295 65 

88 17 

4T51 

'655 42 

}842 60 

38 75 



« • > 



'fee 



liiAlNAGE Ftriit) nifbOMlf— eolicluded. 



ii<' 






;: 



X.'W. Bim;4^feEti^Dg forfeited lAudfl,. 
Branflftnft tdrder,.:!^. do... 



F. O. Brsiiiaxd^.w^.y*^ do 

J. T. Clarkl ipp^aisifi^ lands, 

,,^ Cmitj & 8t6ut, AdteniMng fbrfdlted landir/.: .-. 

". If. B. & J. F:Cr«itti^t,.v.....do..:....;;;;:v...v.;:.v. 



> «r<. H. FAn|Utt','.'.V.'... ••'•'.. M..d'oi 



Owy & Dof^ift,. ...'.::..... '......do 

*> TTnfn^*' il/i'*'*'* ' ••• 

. 8. Hart ^'XJd:;..::.;....:f..do;..v.:.... ....*,...... .;....... 

,,-,:i5. IngrahAW,........;. do...^.:..;......;:. ;..;;..;.... 

o*; C. B. JackflOU, 6Tefk;'^m'e6tlta|; UlidV, ;;;..; 

: A. Keyes, i.;v...;.v.v;.;.v.-.:..dtf. 



^ Ar G. KnigjbViippk'iibliig lattdk,... .; :...; ;... 

^ fi.' 8. Laoe, ; kdtertijlifig fotfelt^d mortgaged' lands,..; ;;;.;. 
, . ](^qn & Batl't, appraising fbtfMted'laiids,.'.'.: ;.....;;:.. 

!. Br.S. MoBM^/oletk; laiid dtfpatt&ient, ;..::.;.:...;;.:; 

. D. Malbon, ol^f k; ptotootlng lands, ;........;; 



t V 



1^ Palmer, appraldittiflaiid^. 
ftiWIMg,-.......! 



» • * < 



' ]^^1>od7 &tWfUg,'.......do. 

W, J. Parki pyinilttg, ..; .:..: 

Eiiad & Hqgl^n^, adteftitiin'g forfeited lands,, 

!r. N. Ros^..;...'....;.'. do;....;.;...:;.;;.;.. 
,;B. Rodfi5td;.::...;;:;:;..y..:do.:;..:..v 

^ U* ppaffor^,'.. ..'.;;*;.. ;;....k'.Mdo. ....... •...•'..;.**• 

; J.A. Bomert>y;:.;......;.;;M.:do ;;;.. 

8. W. Smith;::::.:... ;:;.; :do:: ;..;.; 

i, C. Sandferd, ;....,....do......;;..v...;....; 
pB. k H.Im. Stookrtiig,.r...do:...;.;.;::.: ;; 

' ' *\wers & |Loeltwby,.:..;^...do.:. .:;:::...;.;;;;.... ;;;•...; 

,X TayloY& Co:, .....^..do....:. ..:;:;. ::.;.;;; ;;...;. 

turner, ..v.;;;..-...'.:;....,...:do. ...:... ..;;:::;:.;::; ;...;. 

,.^ tin WatenJ & KtiaK>p,...^..,do. .;....;.....:.......,... 

, 6. P. Williams, appYaisTng fbrfeitedtandg;;.;;.:;..;:. ..::;.. 
I W. J. & J. H: Ifvggonerf ikdYertlding fdrnsited lands,...: 

:,. C; D. Waldo,..;.............\;.:.do...; .;;::;., ;.:....... 

;; T. 0. WisnlBr,..::::.........i:.;a6.. ........; 

1' Eefunded,!..::: : :l.:. ...;...... ......:;. ; .v.. 

' . Transferred to Normal Bjohool Fund moome,.. 

• ••• •«• ■••••■« ,a 

I 

! ftilance September 30, 1^,.: 

^ B||tance SeptettiberSO, 1885,.. ;•;..::;;;; 



Reeeipta. 



.'-« . .1 



.if . 






......... ••..•..I 






DisbursemHs. 



• ( 



t 9 m • • > 



.Mh.^ 






Tl 



If* * < 



» • • • • • J 






lAi 



"il 

ol> . 



8,428 81 



^ fO'68 

'88 

4 82 

1 46 

2 08 
^^ 60 

T'.ll82 
^ • ' '^l 29 

•''•, li-fe 81 

1 71 

- ^©4*77 

r 14 

'1 84 

' -m' 68 

' :4i99^00 

870 60 

^ 2 60 

- 12 00 

68' 60 

^ ' 29 

1 89 

2 91 
6 18 

• 8 21 

' 6 89 

'88 

Sf 67 

i 72 

6 40 

« 69 

' *« 69 

160 

••' 86 

* "* 81 

• I'ei 

269 64 

i; 844 66 



$12,^872 69 



660 62 



•18; 428 81 

■ ■■« I II k ti 



J 



.1 ;; ;• AXTtouNTS audited; but not P^IB; 

W Tfeatnrer iteiioilia.ooanlgrt Apporilanme^i ...^..iM••M•v^•^•^^v.Vv•••-••• :* ^ ^7 
O't &«4do 8babflygaOf.««»[M»*do^^/«>r*»»nitnt«««**«**«*»*««*«*««f««^^**««*«M**** > .. • • 7C^ 61 



I «7 



NORMAL SCHOOL FUND. 



TrAnsfexred from School Fund, 

..do^ «..8wAmp Land Fund,, 

;...~do.. ...Drainage Fund, 



AI2611 Qroye aoadamj, 

Albion academy,.... 

Aiwood & Rablee, printing and adrerilBlng,. 

Beloit high sebool,.........*......'. 

Silaa Chapman, secretary board of regents,... 

Belevan highsohool, 

Pond da Lac high 'school, ; 

Jermain & Brlghtman, adrertising, .v..; 

Lawrence Unitersity, 

Ifllton academy,... 

J. Q. MclCynn, agent, 

J. G. Pickard, agent, 

PlatteTille academy, 

W. J. Park, printing, 

fiL Bobbins, regent, 

W. B. Smith, ....do • 

W.Starr, do 

C. a 8holee,....do 

J. B. Thomas>.«.do 

8. A. White,. ....do - 

Loans, - • 



Balance 84pieBiber M, 1864,. 
Balance Sepietakber 80, 1865, 



U 



Receipts. 



9U, 170 58 
67, 169 09 
14, 824 22 



$95,658 89 



Disbarsem'ts. 



•««• ...»• • a ••••^^ I 



• «*«##«••■•#* 



>•<*«*»••••««••» 



^5,658 89 
996 71 



|M^«60 60 



400 00 

80 00 
29 00 

280 00 

100 00 

' W 00 

42(^00 

•'a2'60 

840 00 

120 00 

628 06 

811 70 

200 00 

12 29 

60 06 

88 00 

72 00 

81 00 
111 00 

$0 00 
88,000 00 



#*- 



991,806. 65 



4,845 06 



$96, 660 60 



NO&MAL SCHOOL FUND INCOME. 



kt 



Trespass, 

Transferred from Swamp Land Fand Income,.. 

• ••.do.f.»««.Ma.School«...«...i..M.*..tdOM»«4i»»M 

do^a«*...»..Drainage.....'.........do..«..« 



••....•«..«•.. 



Beoeipts. 



Disbarsem'to. 



$17 28 
6, 708 76 
4,154 71 
1,844 66 



F. W. Bird, ekrk land department^ 

W. P. Foray tb, do^........... 

C. M. Foresman, ........*.do..'....«.....< 

X. J. Fleidher, del.. 



F. W. QibbSj.....V....***-do....... ••-.••*.*; \ :r -4 

p. Malbon^elerk £?otectinjg landSj.M<«*«««...ti*«t««**««*«««*«*T.tt**«««««nf •«•••' 



$12,225 84 



•r' 



»••••• «•••••• 



$250 00 
249 00 
884 00 
66 00 
88^00 
570 69 



68 



NORBUL SCHOOL FUND INCQUE— oonoladed. 





Reoeipta. 


Disbiirsem'tA. 


B 8. MoBiide. clerk, land dtpariment, 




S88 00 


w J, pftrlr tiriniinff •»• •*•• •• •*. 




58 86 


TT » w • Xn*&| |Jt *»*»»*»gj •••••••»•••••»••••■•»•••••••» - •*•••»••••••• 






BaIaiioa S«totamber 80. 1866 


12, 226 S4 


1^Q55 05 
10,270 20 


J^CiAwUUv fc/WWI.W»*»MV» '"'l *>'">'«*J»"*»« •••*'•"*•••••*•••••••■•••*•*•*•* * 




... 

1 1 * > • 


$12, 226 S4 


$12, 226. 84 



ACCOUNTS AUDITED, BUTJIOI PAID. 



, .Ak W. KimbftU^.olerk, land department,. 

. If.:W. Bird, ,,.;..^do..... ....—:••••" 

OIikIm B«7noldB,.....rdo......*.-*.v.v'«v 



25 00 
88 00 
75 00 



■r» ' 



DEPOSIT ACCOUNT. 



• •• 



Keoelptfl, •••• 

' !f. BrowD,..%.%. 

*^ N. A. Foraker, 

^ H. a Marsh,... 

S. 8* MoB^de, 

A. Smith, 



Balance September 80, 1864,. 
Balance September 80, 1866,. 



Receipts. 



$686 62 



• •*4%«*ft*^ •«•••< 



■|ii MH 



686 62 
6, 112 41 



$6, 748 08 



Disbttrsem'ts. 



$44 40 

50 00 

128 80 

2 28 

148 17 



868 16 



$6, 748 08 



SOLDIERS* RELIEF FUND. 



w 



' i.. ! . i »'i f ^. 7 



mrAnsfbVtM.t^om w^r fund, chap. 864, 0. ]ti. 1864,*. 

do general fand,. .v.:.'............. 

Beftinded, ..^Mr...** * • < 



Chftrles H. Allen, 
J. Brooks, 



Ghioaffo &. Itlinoii Bailrpad,. 

Mrs. J. S. Colt, ^ 

U. M. Dom & Co., 



Receipts. 



isbursem'ts. 



$10, 000 00 

14 80 

228 60 



$10, 242 80 



$18 10 

200 

^ < 16 81 

066 

800 



69 



SOIiDIBBjS* ilEUEF «PHi>— ^fUfdadAd. 



■ I - a 

I..., 



C. 8. ])i«kin8oo,«»....^ 

Mrs; a A. F. Hinreyi 

E. L. JOAM,^.......'. 

niilfoisr Central Biilro^dy. 

M. J:;ilefcd,- 

Jaid^fliHamn,..^.. 

D. Nc^'toan,... 
P. Ofluander,. 
H. H. BamBey,.., 

N. RdSBoU, ~ 

I(. Bid6r, 

O. W. SturgeB,... 
W;T..SeIlick,.... 
B. K. Spooner,^. 

E. B. Woloott,.... 
A. J. Wallers,.... 






Balanoe 86pUint>er 80, 1864,. 
Balance Sep^ber 80, 1865,. 



Receipts. 



i i ■ I I « 



i 



Disburflem'ts. 



10,242 80 
8, 978 90 



914,216 70 



$10 00 

1, 144 80 

686 tX> 

44 22 

726 96 

^ 00 

&00 

46i9 01 

14 80 

20 00 

800 

l,696«f0 

1, 222 27 

108 80 

400 00 

400 00 



6, 879 22 



$14, 216 70 



mr»mm^mm 



COMMISSIONBKS' : 0ONTn?iGH!NT FUND, 



Aeceipco. 

SSI 00 

.4 00 

1.00 

2 00 

.1 00 

10 00 

1 00 

60 

X 50 

i4 00 

900 

. .. W 

1 00 

. . «oa 

... 100 

80O 

60 

.. 100 

200 

•200 

2 00 

1(M) 
.. .1 80 



> f 



I • * m * 



K h. .Brockiii|, . f eei, .^.. 

TTrl BaljQ0]nf»«*««.»*«»«4o«'^i...«.....««„ 

J. A.3ate^«««*.«.4.««k*«doM *«»»•* 

Ifc K Cmttencte]i,...*.do„ 

L. Gollarp...... do 

O.A..Cni8f|M.*f***fdo 

B. Hnnteif #*»«#>«*b*«>do. #»••! 

L. Han&wood,*«*^.aw\do 

A. J.BayvQcd,.«.fMdo..... 

Hiekaft Wood, .^do 

H. . Jo]uiBon^.»......*.do •«. 

B.B. Jo]uuoA.& Oc.,..do •..•.. 

IraHiUaisd, do 

A. JB. lIy«x%,.M.**-do 

John MiUud»,.M.^^do.«. .»•.•• 

H. £L. PntnaTn, ,.[■ .».«.do»*». ....»••»»»» 
CP.JBiigdM,...l.4M;.do.... .,••«. 

.BipIegr.&.jlead,i..*jLdd.*. >^..».» 

B. Xaeker,...-^..^do 

W.. Whool«]^.«..'..:.«..do 

Jolia Wil^,«.«^'..««..do ^ 









!•*»•*••«••« ••••«*MufcM«*«* 



••*' 



»•#*••••••«•••#«■• 

... • ' 



DislmrBeB^te. 



■«4 •••••#•••»#«••• 

• •••••••• •■•«•••«• 

••••••••••••••••a* 






70 



OOMMISSIONBRS' CONTftYGENT FUKD—oonoladed. 



D. Yoang, fees, 

Refvnded from sohool fund ineome,. 



• • • • • 



J. A. 3ate, 

M. Cairmioliael,. 
L. F. Parker,... 



Balanoe September 80, 1864^... 
Balanoe September 80, I860,... 



Beceipts. 



fiOO 
68 75 



9120 75 



$120 75 
272 84 



$898 09 



Disbnrfem'tf. 



— I I ■ ■ >. I 



••••■#••••*•#•.•• • 
.••••••••.#•••• .^ . 

r**" 

jsTd , 

81 00 
14 50 

$51 70 

iiiH 

898 09 



WAR FUND. 



Bank*of Fox Lake, 

...do.*,...GrAni County, • 

...do Green Bay,... 

...do Interior, • 

...do Monroe, 

...do ManitowoOi « 

...do....«.Moneka, • 

...do Madlion,. #.•«.,» # 

...do NorthwestyM... ....•••••••••• 

...do Prairie da Chien, 

...de..w.. Sparta,.... J /« 

• •do.»».v^Shebey^it, .m««««*««.« ••«*•* 

...do»k..»»Wkiiewater,,v 

...do*...««WiBoen8SB,.r ««•• 

Bataviaa Bank, 

City Baak«f Kinoaha. 

ColoialiiaCowitj Bank,.. 

GonaPtenien' Bank,.. • 

Blkkorn Banki 

Exokange Bank^ Darling & G(K|»m 
Famera k MeohuiioB' Bank,^<.„. 

FronUer Bank...... ;••••. 

Gernaii Bank,. '.r^. •««.«««.«... 

Mo»roa Ceanty Bank, 

Norikeni Bank, 

Oshkoali Cenmereial Bank,....4 

Prairie. City Bank,.. 

Book^U ik Ce.'a Blank, 

Book Gonniy Bank, 

Sattk City Bank, 

8a«k Govnty Bank, ^.^ 

Shawano Bank,^ 

Si. Croix TaUey Bank,.. »•• 



i#«. 



•«<#•«••«•••••*•«** 



wvww V • « v«««. • • • #•#« 



•####•»• #r* • wwr** • « 



••■ ■■>»■< ■■■■»■ . . .»< 



••••••«•••.«*.•»»•••••••*•'•< 



Beoeipta. 



$160 

1,775 

5,821 

2,122 

010 

2,864 

1,828 

800 

200 

605 

870 

81<> 

240 

200 

1,560 

2,626 

20» 

1,776 

1,169 

480 

200^ 

8,815 

541 

2,600 

911 

. .680 

. 612 

8,866 

. 840* 

287 

767 

140 

^10 



00 
00 
00 
80 
00 
00 
60 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00^ 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
58 
50 
00 
50 
80 
00 
00 
60 
00 
00 



Diabnrsem'ts. 



li*..** 






•••••»»• •••^••••« 



• » 






71 



iV 



"^^fiiMmp-vft^^fff.-^ 



'i\iy .- 



wl 



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« •«•• • 



t • 



»9M«%ir« 



. • ■ • • * • 



WfJwortli ConiAj Bank, 
If ADk«fba Conitty Bank,. 
Ifif comIa Bulk of 'Madison, 

CarlBolka» 

Jolm Beklen,.. 

A. Beamif, 

Wm Botober,.. 

A, Cartwright). 
8..D. Colton,^..;... 
J. G. Baaiwood,... 
Bobart 0. BUiot .. 
If. W* Qarlandf... 

B.H.'Hand»non,.'.......'«...«.'..4 l.i 

Gao, JL Haita^n,'.:... ......I... 

Horatio Irish...^;.'. .'.....• '.l'..!...... ',.p, 

w, B. jrarTia,..j......::..... .«..: .:.....x 

B. B.. Johnson.^ .: ', .|.:.:... ....... 

Wjn* Knappiy..... • »••«• • *•■ 

Barnliard Kanqn/...' .'.j...'.'::....'.'...l.'.'... 

Paitr Logaa,....^.;;..... 

B, L. Moody,..,:.;.-......: 

J. if Milter,....!.. .... 

T. Jlildwll,.-..! 

W.:T.JJ. MiUer,> ....... 

Palxi^O'Niel,.,.. 

Wnif H, Porieri..; ..;..., 

Wm. L. Pnnunfilr,.'...' i 

F.PanI,... ^,\.: 

J. P. SwUlTan,.,... 

Ckt^., Townley,^.'....^......' « 

StAphaa Tattle...... ...:.:., 

• J> . YaiJf ....•••«■...... ............i. .......... .•...•'•4.^44.«/it.^u... 

Chari^a.waitier,;.,.:.:.' ....:...;... ......^.. /..»,,.. ;,.o;....i 

WalWawakwat,.................;^^;;..^..........^...^;^..;^^^^^^^ 

Xoati from school fdnd,M..'....^im.^..'r.l^l'....^....xf*fv'**«** 

SwiMnp land fund loan,U; ,.-.-. .l . o 

U^iT^lrBUy do......,........;.....;; 

Drainage ..do..:..;.........;....'.'.. 

Iioan from normal sdhool tvLnfi\,V,., 
Temporary loan for war purposes, 
KoUnbussed Ij^y V. 8, .\ 



•1 



• ••••« »••■»• «■ 



' • • • • • > 



•I* 



Aiwobd & Rublee, ]^Hntliig, , ?. 

African Bipress Co.,' transportation,... - 

J. "B. Brett, clerk; treasdry, roL kid department, 

QpQ. Capron^ clerk, secretary's office, toI. aid dep't,...:, 
C. 8. Chipmany..... do .do. 



Joseph Clancy, appropriation,.. 
W. J. Dawes, do.. 



Si^P^ c^'^ treasury, toL aid dep't, 

0. "W. Fox, .'. -.do ...do 

7.1|.?lrmin, mHltary secretary to goTvmor,.... 
O. fl. Firmln, dark, seorvtary's office, ToLtdd,-. 



Beceipts. 



f 



415 00 



Disbursem'ta. 



J 



; yOO 00 t|...p......y..%.. j^ 

^••":r— .tt' b 

'•TirVif*. ' .1 

......... ft. .M . 

. >l ■ • . •• 

...VJ.,..,..^ 

::*! rr . 



7. 1B6 62 

,48 17 

. 10 00 

' 4b 00 

2i 17 

20 00 

T17 

, WpOr 

^4.17 
!15 60 

8 67 

100 oa 
6a 00 

126 00 
5.00 

laoo 

^00 

• 76 00 

. 8.83 
WIT 
86 00 
80 60 
46^00 
60 00 
16 00 
90. 60 
ir60 
26* 

. 6. 

'85' 

60 00 

J 472, 000 00 

ijfioalDo 

"12?50OG0 

12,000 00 

88, 000 00 

196.000 00 

800, 22^ 26 



.V 

■ , ■ .▼ ^ . . 'i 

'III > t *. I . I 

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••••• • r* .^ 

• .••...•••M#.t 



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1,864,829 19 



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..«...^#y^««4*..«a 

<....4*>*. . A4.«... < 

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« • ^ # • "I . I 

«.» .^ ... • t«^ . M«« 

..< •..•«.*.*4..4Afe I 

•-,'., I .' ■. ' I. 

....,........•.-, 1^ 

*...,^.».««|to.««>« V^ 




W^ '7t)in>-«()naliidta. ' 



BMslpU. DlBbtuMm't*. 



C.H.'TdH, dItti,i!«oi*iji'(#a ijmo^ vol. U9,:..:. 
' ■' ' ■ ■■ MUtf,-.-;:..;; 



I'g fiS'M,'::::; 



, ■ iBo 00 ; 

1, S98 T8 



, ae.;.-:..;;. 
,-roU »w,.v. 



DMiwi-LB*;.::::;;.™™ , ;;;tfo.....;.;:::;;;;;..;;:: 

J.O;M(iCWtt4o^..?.' i.......<lo ....v..:::.......::;, 

J.MeCkoley,-gtfc)itiia,_ J.,..;:..-;;;.; .■:.,,■:::....., 

J.HL'MtiPkrIMa, staUftnnorar, ; :..:..%;:: 

W. 3;'lluliitri^!BB^TiMt in •^jntftttt eenenrs'trfflbB,.- 

A.U«ageir,'aUHL, l^esiury, toL ftid,..^ ::v::;.. ;:;„.... 

V.'P.'Mttli, DleAj ft<UuUat gansrtt'B oCGm, 

F. ir.Ilettlu(d,,cWl^.tr«wuil7, vol. »id, .,.:..::„.., 

W. irelMti'i'eKn, exfouiiTB oflw, ■....::::. 

W. 3. P»i*, printing,-, J;;..."....:. „.:..;,. 

B. X. Piatt, eletk, Ireunr;, vol. *iS,.:............ .......... 

0. P. Beirati, diorli:, Mutant ^ncnl's offiae,.'.',....; 

J. K. PrDttilfit,_.._, do..;: ;..:...;;;.;, 

1. BoiK elvrk, treuury, toL aid,.;:'. :.......■.■.:;...... 

&.'ir.'ltl«liardv, dlerk, Bdjntant geBOraVroiSae,. _....» 

d.ir.'Stongrj elork, aeoreury'i offlot, vot. aid, 

O.K/Bttivg;«a; clerk, afUutaot geuoral's offie«,._ 

J. SOiby, tAnrk, lecretarj'fl xiftoe, vol. aid, 

Jobn'SlaehVapproiiillatitIn.......... ..;.:;... 

).BUflMa,appropiiaiioD^-.. .]..... ;::.;; 

W. B: Tbomian, cl«rk, aearetai7Vtiffioe, vol. atd, 

B. :&.'Thettii0Oj....», ..:(t<i 

Umud StUai Expreaa Co., U^niporUtlOD,.,,. 



'"V5i* oo.: 
■■■'' /io.00.; 

■ ' -*2»'0O-' 

■■'■'■ mifil 



2,8TS 80' 

BTs gp ; 

683 SO , 
.180 00 I 



ln^._... 



B.'B.' Votoott, •orgeon general,-- 

P. JtWblte, olvk, secratar^'a offloe, vol aid, 

MbiSirTad to goaeral fund, tempoiarr loan and int.;. 
Xwifnteivd to Boldlen' relief fnnd, ,„, 



.lBli.«)', 
' 725 00 
68S SO ' 
92 BO 
S« 00, 
116 00 ■ 
124 00 
20 00 
65 80 
.0S0,5S7 86 
flT5 00 
. 800 00. 
168,718 75, 
■ 10.000 00 ,- 



,840,60^19 ; 



; rv ACCODMIS AODITBD, BUT SOT PAUK 

o51^Jl^Blal.oia^a,. ..;.:... .„.;......... .^......,;i„ .'. ■ , $»■ 



7*T 






0( 



,. ;lteTAffiB© ;E8mMATB OF TH^ JJJXPBNPITURES^ 

1 r .' ,. ••'.•»'{ I.- '.''''' 



. • <♦ 



-.- lefTtStfT 804*1866. ' • ".- ' ' 

V * "* *« • •■« »■•■• •«••••••<•*(.* ■•>••»•*•••■•«•* ■••••«■•••»••••• J * **f I'l' ' f 

0» "t "' • .,' • i 

/. j;/ i Fq»:sApMESANXi;pfittMm '' : 

f» . . '• • ■...•..'• ^. 

6oterhor*8 office, .iI....i.....iil.'.'.'...iiI...i....'.'.\^J.'JJ.^. $3/600 00 ' 

Office of tiieaeeretary of state, 8,200 00 

State treasurer's office,.^ 4,200 00 

Attorney generaFs offiee,.^M*k«M*i(».i)..^;u.^..^«>UM-^«<P*'f .*.» 2,600 00 

Btate superintendent's office, '.\.„!,', ..'..i.... i.'. 4,100 00 

Bw[kfco!Btttfaer'Boffioc,....v..;v//.;;.;.v...;.;:;:;;;..;..i.^ 4,660 06 

Btfie^lfti4tfen/:;;;.//..;;;../.;;.v.......J.. .].;...:..: ;. ......^..V.. ..;!,.; I,OOOW' 

BUteHl>rarT,..;Jii;:....;.... .;...;.:i;..; :....:.......' ,.:;... 600 Oj' 

Bnpelttielmnt'of pnblie property,../.;;:;;;;;;;;;;;*.. •.;;;;.;;....... I. ..V. "2,1)00 W 

8ecr«ti^l!7 ^Utote historical society, 1,600 00 

State Ustbtftar'^ociety, 1,600 00 

Supreme oonrt, , 7,600 00 

oiiprenie oonrt reporter,.... •••■*•«•• ••••*^^*«*.«*%^««..«^.«*i««».m#« .•••....•.•.. i, 000 00 

Givenit oonrt^.. ^t^ ^ ,.•• 27»600 00 

Dne on appropriationB for 18d4-6p..l........i..i'.;.. , 61,80(t 00 

$126,2^0 00 



'• -J*, i i 



••«•■•••«••% I ■ • •••i 



* • • w * 



II. LEGIWATtVE SXPEmSS; 



f . • 



* • • * ■ « • I 



Per £ein anA nfllesg;e of memberr,;..;.............;........ ..:.;...- :.;...... '1)88, 000 00^ 

Officers ana blurlui, 16,000 00 

Postage^..:.'..:./; 7,000 00 

PrinUng, 6,600 00 

Nfwtfpap^nr— ••- - «•••••« 2,600 jDO . 

StatloneV,- • • ^^.^...^ 6,000 00 

Inoidental expenses, ........: 1,000 00 



• « ■ t 



MM 



$70r000 00 

• ■ ^ III » ii II » 



> k « • » 



• • • » 



i) ' 

m. 8TA1»PBi801tA!»CH*AftWAfeliBfNSTITl^TKWnj.^ 



I « • • < 



Stale piapiv «..;;;.v..v;.V.L...:......J.i...i..;..... .vU V. ^,0Q0;eO 

'^>ttal6rtlieln«ane,;:;;:..;i;.;;::;.;.:;;;;;:;;:;<, ....;..;..*. 40,'000^00 

5tutlBf(rt;thedwrfand-dnmb^:;.;.;;:;;;.v;:;.v;;.;;;;;;;;.:;;^^^^^^^^ Kt^O^/iO 

ltMw'^^y^^V'\'V>v..:^^^^ .' ...^ l«,0«|f^0O- 

jeii^J^oAsehoo^..;;;.;;:;;;;;;;;;;;.;-^^^^ ;....%, lOjOOO^OO • 






$128,000 00 



74'; 

IV. MISCELLANEOUS EXPBKSB8. 

Postage for offioes, 95,000 00 

Stftiionorj for offioef|*«M*>*t««*»w««*«*««**»*9»«*««<*y««»<^«««**.* •w*^**»»»m^ 3^000 00 

Printing, other than for legiBUture,....! i ' 7,000 00 

Publishing laws in newspapers, 6,000 00 

Gonpensation for elerks,^ ...«.;^ ».— ^.o 10^000 00' 

Watchmen for offices, 800 00 

Connty agrieoltaral societies, • «...i#.... ^ 8,600 00 

OonTcying prisoners,... 2,000 00 

OasbUIs, 6,000 00 

Laborers about the oapitol, , 1P,000 00 

Per diem cleric supreme court, ; ' 860 00 

Appropriations not anticipated, 80,000 00 

987,650 00 

V. STATE DEBT AND INTEREST. 

Interest on state debt, : , ..$160,000 00 

Temporarj loan from the trust ftind^ for war puirposes........ 528fe000 00 

Due on receipts issued by tlie state treasurer, pursuant to sieic. % chap- 
ter 262, general laws ,1865, .88i»000 00 

91,072,000 00 



VI. WAB EXPENSES^ 
Extra paj to soldiers haying fsmilies,..*.. ;... 9200,000 00 

EECAPITULATION. 

Salaries and permanent appropriations, 9126,250 00 

Legislatiye expenses, • ••• 70,000 00 

State prison and charitable institutions, 122,000 00 

BlisceUaneous expenses,... ..••...». .•«.« «•.».••••« 87,000 00 

State debt and interest, « 1,072,000 00 

War expenses, ..••.•••—• - v. — •— ^'- W),000 00 

91, 677, 250 00 

' -• - I I 



EEyiKUES FROM WHICH THE PORE^OOING EXPENDITURES ARE TO BK^ 
. , DERIVED. 

Balance in the treasury, general fund, 9159,429 14 

..., i ;...do war fund, - 25, 888 87 

Bank Ux from state banks, (estimated) 6,000 00 

do national banks,...do 80, OOO 00 

From insurance companies, do 30,000 00 

Prom raihroads, -do 176,000 00 

State tax on soite.^..* •«.•.,• do.*.........«..>..«.«..«M*f» ....*.• < 3,000 00 

Boarding U. S. conyibts, .....do 1 /. 1,000 00 

Telegraph, ^nkroad and peddlers' licenses, (estimated.) . . 600 .00 

Trust nmos ayailable for war purposes... r»..^. zOO»000 Our 

StMe.1^«forintires^...,,.\.,::..L.....,..,.:..:^^^^ i^SS ^' 

••OTitd^M.for pa^mient oi^ temporary loan' of .^rust funds, ...........r-'* 52$^ 000 Ou , 

..•^kdoH^for current expenses, * ...J J... ..».'..'.' ..'.'......• • 212,278 .76:. 

Duf ftbm the United sutes,... ;....;..:;.;..:::....:.;...;::.:.;:.:..:.... t66,6oooo 

91,682,041 77 



75>'' 



STATBMBNZ ..... 

Sharing the namt9 of Hie derh$ employed in the office of ike Secf^iy ': 
of &aie^for (he year ending Sepfember^O^ '^^^Px ^^ ^^ amcluni "' 
paid to eachy and the partictuar teruiee rendered by. eaeh. 

W. EL'Thomson, book^ke^er, TolunUer aid,....— ••..^••— ••••^ Ji^ 100 00 * 

w» w* msflvormaOy •••—«»■» ».cio«... ...«♦»..•••»*»»»••»..»•.■■»»....■■.■•. .—...»•»..>«•» vov iw/ 

V0O* **• ptomTy. ...»»......— CIO. ■»»...«.■<....»»•.«■......•.......«•«>«•«»>.•..♦♦. ♦.■»■.. vov Ov 

8« O. Bo&ddiot) olurki TolnntMr Md|...«.*..«M...».......«*«.M..M«.»..«* 1,000 00- 

O. E. T.KibeTi do ^. ^4.... 900 00. 

John OibboD, .....^do 000 00 i 

CnsTiM F* riO|^t6^*M««***do....«.... .....««•«••.«.«••. ...•..•...•«....•...»•«•.....• 800 00. 

JK« w» JJC^tW«» «■««.•.... ».»».«.flO.— ..♦»■■ ■■....»■«...». i n ■»■»■>««»»..■«« «' ■ tii o ri ».«>..««» V^R/ ^Mr 

WW* Jib |lft^rlff| t iiwuf— »■■■■■ >I0»»»»» ■■..■■« wm ■ T »»■■—»<»■»■».■»■> f»«». >■«>»■ ■>n.n«t illnr ^Mr 

v« O* v»DiPIIiwP» »»»>. .........00....»».....».w... .•«.♦>.♦• .... w i».....>.....a •••••....• «2v uu 

C. F. Furrow, clerk'and moMongor,.. • ..^ 84 00 

**ID« JJW10O10i| »».«.«»<■■■ ...flO..— .................... .—... ........ .«<^4i .»...«. w.>>»^... 4S0 2q 

George G. Rnsaellf olerk,*.. .^.........«.............«....»..«...... 200 00 

GbM. H. Ford. ^.••••••do.«M.« ••••.•••.••••.«..••.•.•••••••..•■••••«.••-•«• 660 00 

P. H. White, do ^... 702 60 

U IX Hinkley, do.. .• 6i6 00 

Daaiel Lee, ..do««.... 10 00 

S. A. Tbom80ii,~<i*..........do....«.... 4 ..«••«.••....•..•.«.•.••.. .•«^«.««.. 90 00 

0.& Firmiii, ^ do .* •....,,*.......* . 400 W 

If. B. Hills, .••.•«do....M«....«.............M«..*.«*«M«..«.. ..lo.... 66 00 

JUOOSIw JuOSter, •••••• ••••.•wCtO«>.*4«.*«**..«.*......ia..«..««MkA.«^.«Wk»a...a«*...« !•«•»• ,* wU oU 

E.G. Hftdley, do .«....%.... 165 00 

H. B. HMTshsw, ^do 184 00 

Henry Sandlbrd, do 900 00 



} 



$17,181 78 

I A 

Stats of WucoNsuf, 

OowUjf qf Dane^ 

Lnoins Fairchild, being duly fiworn^ says, tliat the furegoiiog list con- 
tains tlie names of all the olerka employed in the office 6f Seoretacy of 
State during the year ending September 80th, 1865, as he rertly betieres, ^ 
that the amonht Was iicttially paid to each clerk as stated, anrd.ihat t^e " 
same was necessarily expended to enable him to propeflj.dT8cbargei.fhe' 
duties of the office o£ Secretary, of State. i 

LUCIUS FAIROBILD. 

Sworn to and subscribed befbre me.ihis 10th day of October, 1865. 

S.G.BBNBDIOTjJVblwylWw. 



76. . 

CLERKS IN OFFICE OF STATE TBEA8UBBR. 

B. Bowe, book-keeper, .^^... i./..» (1,000 00 

O. O. Soofield, olerk, 628 00 

H./6,Mar8b,.., — do....*,.;,.,.....-..... .»... ,..........*...,... , 916 00 ' 

B.«. WtLt\y do...^V.^.J....*,.... ,. \.. :. ' 900 00 

L. P. Drake, do 292 00 

J« ^BL PrB»t| .........CIO»».^-».. ■■■...».....«.»..•.•*♦*».» <»...««.«.»i»*^.«........«4«»i....4*v. o^7 Vil *' 

J. (Bk Oriiteby, .di)«>....i»......>«.»...«^.».— »»«^ >.«...«.».>. — ...««»♦»«>«>... «»,,u 650 00 ' 

K.i'J. inei8oher,..wdo.— ^w...». ...^.. —.««....«.....•««. 901 41" 

ft V «i^.^ pracuey, . ••*^o*»« «..■**■».**«*« »««»*.^... .>>■•.■■■■■ ■■.»..■.♦— ^y...^******—....* oUw w 

vf. ^f .^ JpQji, . ««.«..<».OOii.....<»...«.....».»»..«»..»». ■■■■•.•.>— ♦..««>♦.«'■#»...«......««.• » 1 In/ ■ 

M:]i. Tb6mp80ii,..^do........«^ — .'..«—.•....•.. . 28 76 

Hfraiii Johnson, •..do..><...<v*.«Mi»«.*..^.*M......«.....«.....«M.«.«.«..4««....*M..««.. . 400'00 

JSavML, »lBBfclliy?».>.Xw»g.^^.. «■»»..»■■ j..^.. »».»<.... .♦• nmm »■■■.•>»<«....«.>«..■...♦. XvU flu 

JoDm WiiliaiiMi,.#«.»do.....*>»»....»..^..»».«.....»^..«....»» —»».«..♦....— ^.>.. • * 12 00 

ju.* V. '*>iiDparo,# «..%io».. ....•..•g».'».^ ■»'<>»».... ^•.. ——••...■.■■.>•••«••..».■■■■»....». 4/ Ov 

J. jnowarci * aiiner* Qo»r»»-.'.%..»».>*....».....».o..»-.^...»..«......».» —.♦>■— ■».>•>■»■. • aiv %nM 

Jjl. Jl» wBltCQeii....»«CiOw***.«»«** ••••••••.••••••••••••■•••••.•.«.»«»«u*ii.....« .JU**«>»..« . * * Xof ou 

tt/ Jtt.' Jttiuer,....v.'«4io«v.....'«v.»«. »»••••«««•••.*.»«•.«.*•. ....••••••w....^*.*.**.**..... <kpsi ov 

S.D.fiaBtingB,JiV|d<w...««<.««... ....•».... ....«.«••..•..•..•.«•.•. ..^ ) ' 76 00 

J. <W. ^offly, do^> - 60 00 

WIAskey, %..do. « 60 00 

G. B. Messner, do^-,........ ••.,.... • * 167 iO m 

Jaft. M. Bull,....>..do. %•..»••••* .^^...^ ..••••. . 226 00 ^ 

W. P.^Fbnytb, .«...do..«.....>.»«.>.«..,«..«.....*».....*... •«— • 150.00. 

\jDWm»*V» Jr1irplet<.^0««.....v*«.<v««».«»«««.r«..<v«««r«* ••••.•»•.•«••»»». •••••..•••*•••».*.. OO "IW 

W. r.QBartin,. do... , 108 88 

W.- B. 'Poland, iiieMeoge]^««».«.««»v....*«*.-..»..»-M»«««««««M •%••«•.»•#•»«•••»• •••«•• 430 00 * 

W^ BteokemesBer, w4iobiiian|...v..%. 885 00 • 

$18,404 25 



CLERKS IN LAND DEPARTMENT. 

J. A. Bate, obief olerk, $1,200 00 

H. BorohseniaB, olerk, .• 1,000 00 

B.Walber, do.. 866 06 

J. R. GibbB, do- « — 1S8 00 

J. J. H»»!toy, do ....• 67^ 77 

C. 11. FiimiiM8,.40M « i..- -•.. 1, OOO 00 

F. W. Bird, do-..-. ; 1,000 00 

T.W.GibbB, do 1,001 00 

B.8.i4oBrtd%,...-do... 1,000 00 

W. H. DaTeiiport,..do- • ••• 491 14 

O.Deina£lirood,do -. - 246 21 

«T. Jr. JT orviyui.«»».v|o.B«..«. ••■•••••.•..••......••..»..•«••««•••• ••.••••••••*«**«***f**** t^ 

K. J. FlelBoher, ...do.....** *•* 55 52 

A. W. Kimball,....do 25 00 

ChM.BoyiioldB,...do- 75 00 

$8,281 18 



0LBBK8 IS OKFIGB OF BMSK GOMPTBOLLBB. 

». B. Bamsey,. - *- .*.. $870 00 

C. G. Mcgrer,.. ^.•...»...«, » ^...^ 882.00 

F. 0. Hmod,. ^ .«M «.. IS 00 

Edwiu C. Mason,.. v •. 2d 00 

Chas. Biebsam, '.«....• «.... — ' 80ai00 

Manning Tredwaj, ...^ 60.00 

J, J, VaakaUn, watolittan,...> ^..»»:.^ 456 26 

f2,0«8;26 

« M I; • • . » • < \ 

' CLEiKS IN OFnCB OP ADJUTAOT ^BlifBBAL. ; 

Aog. Qaylordy adjutant general) ,.J .,.J, $1,799^78 

S. Nye ditjbB, assH do :..-...: 1,806.80 

G. F. BoweU) clerk, i : 98Bi60 

W. P. Mills do 880 00 

J. M. Lynoh,......do •,.•, 627 27 

J. F. Hauter, do~~ 1 886 00 

B. M. Stargei,...do.«...«^... ^>.^^ ^...^.......^ i 012 60 

B. W» BiohiM^<«<lo..<..4»^.Mv«***«« •.•••..VM*....>*..«.«..*.«.^^..*M»«« . ' lfl|t60 

Ja9. ^ ^PjTQxdfity do f f...... .,..v«— * • ».*«-«.«t^.,. -^^^ 

»r, 67^66 



•^^ 



N. F. liond, qtwHefmaatex^eneral, / • ; kn^OO 

X M. Lynoh,.. do - *.^, : ' 44s67 

J. H. McFarland, armorer, •.... 912 60 

Jno. McCauIey, workman iz^ormoiy, ^..«.....«..., ^ 828 89 

Frank H. Firmio, military secretary, !........ 400 00 

Wm. Nelson, elerk in ^xeooilve of&o*,.. »ii.^*^ 1; 008 00 

O.J. Maiiin,..^ Mdo....«.. i; m..*,....;-.....^.**.* ';66^{00 

' • I $4, 063 66 



PUBLIC, PRINTING. 

Peter B^iaA & Ooy^wko^^v^f^i to do the publk.pppiDtiqig if^^r^ the 
Teeij^ 1865 and 18S6. f^i to ppmply with their oop(re<^^ e&d ^ f oit hag 
been institiited ai(d ig ^9fh peading, io.reeoT^r dffifm^n hf the.lyrfach of 
their eontrtot. . . [.,.,. 

. By Atitheiityrof jeuyi KC^olotio^B J>*0v2,)a#9eiDUj« aad.NorSQ, eaMte, 
iAtnreod k ftihlfei^ 'employ od.^< dp {b^ priptiiifg iiiUUja ^w lo^Wjaet 
K^te Bw44 giiA.<eitteied ^pptu 

Oa tliea27th day 4^ Aprils X86&» the ^ontraot wm lot to VV'jiUiam J. 
P«ik,t of MAdivop, for all elat^ prii^^ng r&Qm %^ l«t, daji pf Jima. ^965, 
ji^tbeUiltvdiQp of Peoettber;.1866^ et SAjrtw^ift(f: O6ii|^,jt»elo0r*ibe 
iiiiadiBBBipiioeiifised by ol^P^c 182, general Wapf :liB6&, hf ,Ii^m ihe 
loweal fcjfwWen An ngreeveaft wu i^n tared into« oa the 2d,<^y oC.A(ay, 
1865, by the oontraetor with sureties, appsoTed by the piiHtiog eoniyiii- 
•ioaeni^r'^pMeti affraamint and boiuk el. the . oRptwimr: ^^ ^Mh^ 4& thia 



.78 

v^ EXTRA PAY. . 

AHemporary lo8v of $528,000 00 from the trastf«od», was render€d 

necessary by the large increase of troops under theiastcall of the United 

. States government. These troops were pat into the field after the proper 

laws had been passed fox the levy of the^^tai^es for the oarrent expenses 

of the past year. 

A large majority of the soMiers weresnpporlang families, whioh entitled 
ihem to five dollars per month extra pay from the state. No provision 
had beea made for money to meet this large expenditure. The money 
ooald not be borrowed from the banks, conseqnently a loan was made from 
the trust fundSi whioh has enabled the state to meetf«omptly its engage* 
nents to the soldiers' families. 

This loan will be paid from the taxes of this year, and the amount will 
be available for investment in the. bonds of the state still outstanding. 

...... . • . , ' 

BEVI8ED STATUTES. 

In my last anual report, I directed the attentiou of the legialatore to 
' iiie fact that there was no law that authoriied the seoretary of state to 
deliver the Tennsed statutes to town and county officers, who from any 
oause were destitute of copies, and suggested that a law hi enacted that 
would' authorize the secretary to furnish the books, under such restric- 
tions as it was thought proper to impose. I again call the attention of 
tiieiegislature tq this subject^ and trust th^tit will receive the attention 
tbat its importance demands. ... 

AUDITING OP ACCOUNTS. 

• • • « 

The second subdivision of section 27 of chapter 10, revised statutes, 
requires the secretary of state << to keep fair, dear, distinct and separate 
accounts of all the revenues and funds of the state, and also all expendi- 
tures, disbursements and investments thereof, showing the particulars of 
every expenditure^ disbursement and investment." The fourth subdivision 
of the same section and chapter, requires the secretary of state <* to 
carefully examine, quarter-yearly, the books and accounts of the treasur- 
er, and the moneys on hanfd in the treasury, and immediatey thereupon 
' report the result of such examination in writing to the governori specify* 
' ing therein the amount and kind of fVinds particularly.'' 

In the present condition of the legislation of the' state, it is 
impossible for the seoretary of state to pierform the duties en- 
joined by the laws I have quoted. Undoubtedly the objeoi in- 
tended to be accomplished by the framers of the eonstituiion In providing 
for an auditor and treasurer, wai that eaoh cfSoer should be a check upon 
. the other ; the auditor to have charge of the aeoounta between the state 
-■ and individ<aals. and to pass upon the Validity ef all olajais presented for 
'< ^payment/ and the treasurer to receive and disburse the revenaea of^^he 
/ '^tate. .With proper legislation, each officer would be a -eempl^ check 
i^pon* tho other. ^ * • 

' The 7th flubdivisien of scotion 17, ohiipter 10, of the ireviied statdlefy 
vcqmres the secretary of state to deposit with the state treasurer a copy 



79 

btnli ^IfiwIi'iitttboMzlftg Ike' pftij^oMfrit otm(m4Jjf otit.of tbd iltake treflfatety, 
and dhafiter 214 of fhe. laws of -1866 reqmi^ds.^^ fi%oretety of dtat^, 'iv^en 
'lie.c6riifi<M a bltnii^ to tlie state treaanir^ir, ^to'atajM'iherefift ff<MD;wliat 
. ftittd'jAi^'oKiiiRid ]^ta1[>le, to note tbe partletiUir adt wbiolt' atofKoriaba tlie 
pi^xneM of Ae bkiin,'and tbe powerio audit tlie same/^* . Witik^tW^pies 
of tlie brw6 wkitsh'buthoriae tlM pkynieiKt of molted' from the titsaatify, and 
the certifleite (off the aeoretary (If state altowing'a olititn, Btating th^ %iid 
from irhi<di hit payable, and thie lalw under wMoh it iff audited, lhi» iMta- 
nrer can readily determine wheflret'the olaim has been'|>rpperly aaditlsd, 
and if 'it is not attthoria^d by the law noted by the lecifeta^ off state in 
his wdri'ant/ the treasurer undoubtedly h^s the power, ind^ H^ is his duty, 
lo i^efuse'to pay the warrant. These statutes give the ti^^asurer all the 

tower neeessarr to constitute him a oottplertiid check u^on the auditor; 
ut the legislation of the state, for a number of years past, has beeUti such 
aa to render the auditor powerless to a great extent as a check upon the 
trtflptuer. Xaws hare been enacted which ftnthoiiKcd the. iisbutsement of 
large sums of money, of the disburseftbent of which the auditor is blissful- 
ly ignorant until he is advised by the treasurer. 

* 1^18 class of legislation iis perdicibus and dangerous, and s/houM be cor- 
' related f^t the past and abandoned fbf the ftHure. Bver^ dollar Hkt is 
paid fromrthe treasury, should be paid .upon the warrant of the seei^etary 
of state^.wko should have on file the account audited as hfs toucher for 
' the Wiirrant he issues, ezcepl^ for v^iirrants for permanent apprbpria- 
tion^ for salaries. A kw reqtrfring this,. would constitute the au^tor a 
complete eheek upon the treitsufer, aad Would enable him at aH 'tftoes to 
' know what ' amount o# mdney "was in the treasnfty to the ei^it bf each 
' separate fund, and wcfuld enable him, especially to know whether the 
''proper amount is in the treasury at 'the tfme'he makes his martet-yes^ly 
eiteminiltSotis under the law f have <}tjrbted. As t$e law now is, it id un* 
•^oiBfble Ibt the ouditor to know ;at the time he mdkes his qtlarter^yeairly 
examinitl^ons, whether alF the money is in the treasury that iihould 'be 
fliftfe or net, fceeause^il is* impossible fdr him^to- teA what amount^ has 
'bei^ paid out by Ihe tressurer under taws authbriring him to idfabiirse 
wtih^t tihe warrant of I'M auditor; /If- the law prohibited the tireasurer 
fr(^tt' payings any money SbiMpir ttpoti'the warrant^of the auditor, the audit- 
or wot4d know by eiantininf h1# Uboks, how much money should be in 
thetreasiiiy before ho commeneedUf quarterly examination. ' 
i; lenggeat tlierpt^rieCy Of at^ti^rfainj^^the secreUry of sM« to etam- 
ine the condition "dfttlto treasury at any tiin^- when.hethtnks necessary, 
' n#t less than ftrur times^a year. It may bb aaid that thb ttoasurer, being 
rhy^lAW'ihe otstodi^ni i»f n large amount of bonds aiird cerlifiolites of 
farfebtednesa Meng^^ to thb tmst fhndi, iM of hbnds belonging to 
Ibaaiks and'^ftasutihe^ eottpanibs^,* such ^ law'ks T M^ Mcemmended 
iNTOtll nia&e it iiKftftiYenkJBt fbf Min to piiy tiie interbst. 'This dtffioul^ 
may keeiifily aroitid; ^A law ^e^iriiig the aiitotrnt tif ^the %onds and 
eevcifeilbb of indeblddness Mldngfn^ lb the larnst ^W^set^raOry, to be 
'^aiSMHtaid) ahd ft eertiticftlelof indfllltbAfess fbr the aMOunt'due each 
•' flaidcCiPba •xeeuted)*4el'(«!(atf(tf|Mll0iei<>b^M^for anf^pufpdie, mnd 
tl|0S«<f«MiitgiiMi<4lbp«(M* iHtiRi^oMikty d# sC«t6,' WdVld pratbarl'the 



* 4 



80 



,ppe»ibi}itj of ia^ by^keft, oi;..ttw M {aUh. flf th« .Cfiiil949^i»wi|id if^ld 

.'/C^ble the Bi^oreifiry r6a,#Jy tOriMBC^irtMn, wnHaVj,1ba.i|n(ipiVil(«fijip^Wt 

, jmrued o^ ei^cli cex^Aoaie, imd draw, hia warrant fo^ tli9 vaoimtTp^yable 

io ^e part^. i^tboi^ised by, law tQ rppeke it. The. tr^aft^rer oaa imidily 

detilct^ the o^npopa fr^om.jbho bonds belonging to qiher pacti% pi^d paneel 

tj^em-in U^a prpaence ^ ifa^ eeoretary o|: state. The 3C|i^^t|^ p{ st^te 

pan^4iv|LW his warn^^t in fayor of the ji^rty to wha|n|di(9 q^^ejir is dne, 

jad i^otain the ooapon,s as hip voucher, whiie the txessarfflr^V^tfap/W^riiint 

of the seoretar^:Of jtate ^ his Y9[aohec. .'.:(• 

> . Undqr s^^irbh a.systeiii as X ha,ve imp/^^f^^otly sket^l^ed,. tliep^r^tary of 

state would l^^.the att4i^' not only reqahredy bat empowi^red tpj^^pthe 

2|caoant» of the .sM^to oorrectlyi and he wpul^ be, ap he .skpi^ld boi ij| a 

,pf9|itipn to exeicisp.a oonjbr^Uing,in9.¥Aiice over the idi&|pur8en]^Dt# of the 

xeyeaueB of; the state. ,; „ .. :.^^.. 

DISBUBSBMl^NT OF A?PPilOPRIATION8^ TO' BBNBVOIiBNT 
'-■••. i ' INSTiTimONA ■ ■ •-^'. 

Experience has taught me that a vpfo?ni' in the dis^^rseioeat of the 

appropriations for the b^pevolen^iiistitutions of the state> is iniperatiTely 

deraanded. Section 29 of chapter 10 vf the revised ataiates, . provides 

that '* the seoretary of state shall, from.time to time> recjuire ail, pefsops re- 

oeiving aoneya ex seearities, or haying the dispositioii pr managempnt 

. pi the property of 'the state, of }irhich s^ acppaintris kiept in hisoSoe^ to 

teiader <8tatei^pa|s.thei;«iof to \fkvi \ and.aU S!0ch,pe^90BS>bi^U reoderBich 

.statements at amchtipipk an4.in:fF9}^ for^^aa he s^l le^viMrei" ' Thisfseo- 

•,.,^op of the^.AtatiiM 14 : virtually (abrogated by the appraprUtions . la^de 

;4ii>i»ufUy fa;^ thef^pport of .thp bo^^eyolentiastltutipaspf thefStatPyWhioh 

' mvariably prpyi4f^.j^r.the pajjMut ofiAp money d^eotly.jto thgi^ian-. 

agers of thp seyeral-institfitions. jThe aocount pf the mamag^Qent of the 

': money appropriated is not^ therpfore^kept inr jbhp office- ol t^esstPC^^ry 

pf state, and thatfoffiicer has fipcootiol of thp e9cpenditmreM>iS' thoj^liiey 

. appropriated,} The m/iuagers . pf . the . several ^in8til|i|t^>na ^ j ditgiose i^, (he 

flQoney appropriated fvithout reyponiiibiUty to-: any one.ei^ept, ihe.lpgis- 

lature. A oonmiittee of that bo^y aa^9i^lly>goes through 4ha,|b|M of 

an ei^s,minption of the hpo^s.and acpoupta^of eaoh.lnstitialipa. This 

examination, generally ocofipip^ bu^ a; short ^ime. The ppinmittee. oeeupy 

a day 05 Vwp,ii^t ^arthesti in the dW'hfirgp , of . a . duty j whiob,. jf .properly 

performed^ i^oald xeflnire, at, least oi\e ^mpntb, itud* rpport; > 

TbiSylau^WJi^ is.i^ yery ii^perfectpiode of guar^jlng tbOfinitpresM ef:the 

\, state. Thelfwfl approprif^^i^g-funds fof ^thp'snppo);(.ef these 'in«^ti<fns, 

T should prpvide t^i^ the pumeys^ouMibe drawn, v^/pAjdUlpUeaAP iMfMrs, 

iled wii^#ni^Miditedbv,the seprptary of sti^^ wh YiiHMhpr tO'^lhot a 

M lift oC fftiples purch^eq. ai^o^thp apv^^nt paidior.t^aob.jf IS ieaph 'appro** 

:; .iptia^ioa biV ppnt^iaed prpyisions, suohr aaJ hyye snggpstodt ttpii0^u»ti of 

..rt)i6 pxippi^di^iw 9^ ^^ mo4)|Biy(WonldbeJc^t iR^eifOjCee of the ^eopptery 

:. of st^t^ .Qe. would have «« pppbi^tunityoto investigatp thp'PiipMditares 

fd wi^yV^ ^^ ]i:epp,themk,withiafpfpQpl,QbpiH^de«l iShistoaailftttMlof 

»thpi Jegif^ajturp pani^ot do^ widun the iwi^lip4tad i^^ejiaM.lV#>l0«qpfpa6. 



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The accounts being thus kepi, a committee of the legislature could ex- 
amine the TonchvTS filed and audited by the seoretary of state, and from 
Bxtch an ezamioation would be enabled to determine the amount necessain^ 
to defray the annual expenses of each institution, and would haye sucn 
information in their possessiop as would enable them to determine whether 
the appropriations calljsd for by the managers of the several institutions 
were or wore not in excess of the amount required. 

* 

DISBUBSEMENT OF CEKTAIN FUNDS. ' 

These suggestions in referents to the disbursement of the appropria- 
tions for the beneyolent institutions, are applicable to the disbursement oi 
the income of the University fund, and the inoome of the Normal School 
fund. This will be obvious to the most casual obsfsrver of the manage^ 
men;t of either of the funds named. I [reapecifully but earnestly aug- 
gest that a change in reference to the manner of the disbursement of the 
fund I have named, is positively. demanded, and I trust the subjedt will 
receive the consideration its importance demand^ 

ELECTION: OF AUDITOR. 

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The brsinesa devolving upon the secretary of state is inoreafiing so 
rapidly, and will farther increase, if the suggestions I have made are 
earried out, that^it will be necessary in a very short time to relieve the 
aeeretary of state from the duty of auditing, and transfer that duty to a 
separate department. 

I therefore suggest th^ propriety of providing immediately for the elec- 
tion of an Juditar, whose term of office shall not be less than six years, 
and that provision be made in the constitution to carry into effect the 
auggestions J have made. The experience of some of our sister states, as 
wdl as our own, admonishes us that when all the guards that hi|man inge« 
unity can devise, are thrown around the treasury, losses ooqasionally 
eeouf . The duties now devolving upon the state officers could be readily 
80 distributed that upon the ereation of the separate office of auditor, two 
ofieeanow existing might be abolished, an4 the expense' of conducting 
the stttte^overnment reduced, ibs'tend of being enhanced by, the change. 
I Buggest a long term for the auditor, because that office is the most impor- 
tai^l in tiw atate government, and that, jtb^ people of the state cannot afford 
to eduei^ a man to discharge the duties of the office ofUner than once in 
aij: years« , . r 

I trust that the suggestions I have thrown out as necessary to guard the 
trtienry, will not be qonstvued as an. intimation that I have any doubts in 
teftrrMioe to the m4nner ia whioh theardpous duties of that offioe have 
been discharged by the pvesept incumbent) or will be disohsrged by his 
iaeoetmvr. They are madi) up^n the general principle that the state treaa* 
ury e^nnoibo too fltEictly,guard^. 

CLAIfllS OF SHERIFFS— BOUNTY ON WOLVBs/ 

The laws rehiring the secretary oJP state to audit the olaitna d tlie 
■her ifs of fbe serertj eountietf, fbr eonveying eonvieli to the state prison 
6doo/ 



82 

^nd B^te reform BcboQly and the olaimfi for bounties on wolf scalps, ai^ 
objectionable in several points of yiow. It is freqitentlj yerjr; inconyen? 
ie^t for tbe parties to get tbeir moBej fropi tbe state treasury. It is im- 
po9^ble for tbe secretary of state to snow wbetber tbe claims are just or 
otherwise. There is no justice in requiring a county which ^oes not send 
a convict to either of the institutions named, once in five years, to aid ini 
paying the expenses of other counties which send from five to ten con- 
yiots at each term of their courts. The duty of allowing these claims 
can be much better performed by the bo^ds of supervisors of the sever- 
al counties than by the secretary of state. The members of those boards 
have the means 6f ascertaining whether the claims are just or unjust. 
The secretary of state has no means of determining that question. He is 
required by the law to audit all claims for conveying convicts to the state 
prison and the state reform school, upon the certificates of the officers 
of the institutions named, respectively ; and in the case of a claim for 
bounty on wolf scalps, th^ secretary of state is required to audit the 
claim upon the certificate of the clerk of the circuit court. Aside 
from the objections I have named, I submit that the constitution having 
designated the secretary of state the auditor, all claims allowed must be 
allowed upon evidence satisfactory to him, and that the legislature does 
not possess the power to say that he shall allow a olaim upon the ceitifi- 
oale of any officer, or other evidence which is not entirely aatis&ctpry to 
him. The laws Jtuthorizing the payment of money fromUhe state treaa* 
ury for the services of sheriffs and for bounties on wolf scalps, should be 
repealed. 

ASSESSMENT AND COLLBOTION LAWS. 

The laws providing for the assessment of the property of the state and 
tiio ooUectton of taxes, need revision: As the law now is, 4 citisen re* 
turning his list of property under oath, oan bid defiance to the authori- 
ties, if it should be known that the statement is false. That false state* 
ments are made, every man knows who has had any expori^nee in the 
assessment of property. It is true, a man making a false statement may 
b^ prosecuted fbr peijury. This remedy for the evil is a hansh cne, mwA 
will rarely, if<ev6,r, be resorted to. 'To remedy the evil, I suggest that in 
all cases wher^' the assessor has rea8<)n to believe that a false statement 
has been wade, he be authorised to add to the fist what, ftotit the best 
informatidn he can obtain, he believes to be the value of thc^priiperty 
owned by the party making the statement, and to notify the party to ap« 
pear befbre the board of equaliss^ation of the town, city or village in which 
the party resides, and show cause why the amount thus added to Ms state- 
ment shall not remain. And if the assessor shall neglect to per^rm t&is 
duty, the baard of equalisation of the towb, city, or village in Which such 
statement may be made, shall bo authorized %6 add such sum as tkebcittrd 
shall deem to be sufficient to cover the amottirt of p^opterty owned by the 
individual making the statement; and when the board shall make an 
addition to any- statement, that said board shall immediately notify the 
pftrty that iibey have added to hia list, and cite bim to ap^r befc^ the 
^oKnltj board of oqualisation, and show eatw^rwhy tli« sMioiii^Bt thm 



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correoted shall not tfMd uf k^ sUtm^tii, Id^aU .Maes the assessor and 
members of thc| board. to ^^in^iah th^ ovidenc^. npo^ which they sev^ally 
acted, tp the board Before which the party is t^quired to show cause. * 

Xhe liaw provides for a sumipary mode .0^ .collectibg taxes from aji indii- 
Tidual who mpv^ from tlie town in whicli tis piioperty ip assessed, t9^ 
another town in the samp, countji .but there Is np suph proyision for ool-] 
kction ffom an UdiTidual who movies from the ponnty where hi^ propeiity' 
is assessed, to another bounty, ^e If^iw should contain a provision to. 
meet the case last named. In some instances/ persons living in this state 
take mortgages for B^qp^cgr loane^.in th^ ume oi some friend residing ont 
of the statOj and thus. escape taxation. Authority given to assessors aQd 



ly. It IB prb\;r<ie^^nat lands upon wliich ta*xes are not paid, may beVar-' 
onaied by the countv. Under tnis system, thousands of dollars vt^fejotx^ 
year to year not oolrected, and the amount of certificiMes held by the sevr 
era] oountieSy.toffetberwith enormous bills for prin^ng the delinquenl Uat,' 
and annual sales ^t taxes, are from year .to year leyied upon tibe proper- 
ty of that poriion w'the community who. pay their taxes promptly. . Pe - 
Bona who frdm aby' cause feel.thaj; they are aggrieved by the levy of a tax,' 
are permitted to enjoin its collection, and for the time that the question 
is in* litigation their neighbors jpay theit taxes. The proinpt contributor! 
to the |>ubt!o revenues, who scorn to avail themselves of the insuiBeienoy 
of the laws, who prize, their homesequally with the protection the state 
affords to the enjoyment of them; are under the system now in force in this 
state, compelled to tdil not only ftt the portion c^ the revenue which the' 
state can equitably demand of them^ hxH alsa that which the state exacts by 
season of tne delinquency of others. These prompt contributors to the' 
reveiru'es of t^e state, have a right to demand that this burden be removed.' 
To remove it, it Is. only necessary, to prohibit, by. law,, the courts' 
from allowing an injunction to prevent the collection of a tax, and to 
provide that no ;wi;er(tech^ipftl error shall invalidaien tax; to compel 
every man to pay nis taxes, and make the corporation, which levies an jls 
legn^orfraadulent taxL'^Ii^ble for the damage ttiat enstte$ ; to provide tha^i 
the ,c)^k ^f the yoirfl of Bnnervisors shall i^ntet a charge o^ twenty-fivv 

iyit cent, against every parcel of land d^Uhquent ii^ anv year, and V flke' 
and ii/ returned 'delfii tfuetit. two, successive ' vpars^ thai it shall be offPiiqid' 
for Bale,.and if iibf iroTa foY the ampuM of the taxes^ it^ere^t and pena^; 
that it be absolut^l^ fdttfeited to iSie Ytate ^ to jprohib^' fttiy county from 
putohasing land fort£xes, and to ptofiibit ilny^publioililion efxeept the tas^ 
sale*, -afaneiigglfctithi^if jftMe^t, WonMrremove the burden of whioh 
the prompt taz'^payers justly complain. .C Ml >' t* ,. !. l\ 

The assessment law is imperfeet in various minor points whioh I haye 
not'named, which will readily be discovered upon reading the law. The 
law should be amended so as to make it as ne ir perfect as possible,* and 
then be permitted to remain without amendment long enough to enable 
the people to become acquainted with its requirmeentf. 



84 
USELESS APPROPBlATIOm. 

r 

A large amount of money is paid out of die treafltiry anutiaUy, on an- 
nual and permanen^t appropriattons, which serves no nseful purpose, or 
W^oh might be dispensed with. without any detriment to the interests of 
Ae T)eopIe at large. I earnestly reootaimend- that all appropriations, not 
podiiiyely demanded by th^ interests of thie state at large, he olst^ontin ued, 
anp[ that the expenditures be reduced to the lowest possible standard that 
i^ cQnsist^nt wiUi the welfare of the state. 

* * ^ 1 I • * 

' ' ' AGKICUIiTURAL STATlSTTOffi 

The statistics collected by the , assessors of the sta(e,> in accotdanoe with 
the profisions of chapter 53S of the general law^ of 1'8Q5^ an abstract of 
which is appended to this report^ are so imperfect as to be^ almost worth- 
less. Thp labor performed by the assessors has been paid, for by the 
8!evesali;owns, cities and villases in addition to the ami^unt chJEirged for the 
duties of assessors proper. The amount thus "paid 10 probab^ not less 
than $5,000. j ; , 

^.To ayoid this expenditure in future, I suggest that a law be enacted 
which shAll require a list of the leading productions pf llie fitate to be ap- 
pended to the lilt annually furnished hy the assessqrs to the citizens of 
the: state. Each person when he makes his list of property, can in a few 
minutes add the number of acres cultivated, and the Jeadiijig articles pro- 
d^ced| and the value of each. In a few years the people would become 
accustomed, to the system 30 thoroughly as. to umke their reports accurate, 
e^oh y«ar. These jrepoxts bein^ Veturu^d to ^he clerks of the boards of. 
supervisors of the several^ counties of th>, state, could be readily arranged 
in abstracts, and forwarded to the secretary of state, and by him pre- 
p:ared and transmitted to the legialature. ' This system would possess the^ 
advantages of giving accurate reports, the reports would [be annual.,^ and 
would be procured without cost — three very importaAt considerations. ^ t 
COjmmend this subject to the careful considera^on of fhe legislature. 

FEES OF 8ECKETAKT OF 8T4W1. ' 

. The fees received in the office of ^eoretai v of ^tate for the year ending 
D^oember 31 , 1864) amounted to thirteen hundred and 'Seventy'^twodol- 
laia and eighty cents, and the i^mount accrting to the Secretary ofs.tate 
from fees reeeivi6d,in the office of the commiBaionersqf school and univer^| 
alty lands for the year 1864, wa0 sixteen hundije^ tnd sixty^seven dollara 
apa thirty-sevei^ cents, of which siyu one thousand and forty dollars and. 
i^yenteen cents goes into the treasu^ to the credit of the |^eneral fund, '. 

'lUCIU3 FAIBCHILD, i8b(T<«ofy ofJSMe. 
Madison, Oct. 10, 1866. • . ) 



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STATBT DEBT. 



T1i« who)« ftOMuit of bondf inu«d by the fiata is ...« m.......— f 1, 500 000 

Of tkii anMimi tlMre WM paid and eaaeeled dnriag the fiaoal Tear 
•ndisg 8ept«mb«r 80^ 1866, nndar tht anthoritj eonf«md bj 

ekapter 282, lawf of 186fi,.^ ^*..^. IMO^OOO 

AMOQBt of bondf oatataading Soptombor 80, 1806, — ... OOl^SOO 

Tfao amouat of oertiftoaUs of iadebiodnoM of tbo otate, bolongiag to tho 

irnsi funds, September 80, 1866, wao 1,228^000 

The amoant of reeeipta ioauad bj the state treasnrer for the bills of 
Wisoonsin banks, pursuant to the proTisions of aeotion 2, ehap- 
ter282, lawa of 1866, whioh were outatandiag September 80, 1866^ 
was^ 876,901 

Whole amount of indebtedneaa of the atate, Sept. 80, 18f6, $2, 666, 101 
Of the ouiatanding bonda, the amount held by banks and indlTidoala 



9847,600 

The amount belonging to the aohoel fund is 108, 700 

Of the aerUfloates of indebtedneaa, the aohool fund haa .mm 807, 000 

,. do normal school Awd haa 27^000 

do uniToraitj ftind has, 68,000 

$2,179,200 



The receipts issued bv tbe state treasurer for bills of Wisconsin banks, 
will all be paid from the taxes levied for tbe year 1865, leaying a state 
debt of $2,179,200. Certificates of indebtedness were issaed daring the 
last fiscal year amonntiog to five hnndred and twenty -eight thousand dol- 
lars, for a loao for that amount from the trust funds to the war fund, and 
the proceeds of ihe loan expended for extra pay to the families of soldierb 
in the servive of the United States, pursuant to the provisions of chapter 
117, laws of 18^4» and the laws amendatory thereof. The amoant of this 
loan is provided for, and will be paid from the taxes levied for the year 
1865. When this loan is P^icl, the amount of the state debt will be 
tl,651,200. The amount of the loan paid to the trust funds will be in 
the treasury, available for investment in the outstanding bonds of the 
iUte. 

If this sum of t528,000 shall be invested in the bonds of the sUte, it 
will leave but $423^200 on the market, and it is believed that the amoant 
of the trust funds which will be available for the purpose for the present 
fiscal year, will be sufieient to*retire the whole amount of the bonds out- 
standing. 



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Couvras. 



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4shlftnd| 

Brown, 

Buifalo, 

Burnett, 

Oalomet, 

Chippewa, 

Clark, 

Columbia, ' 

Crawford, 

Dane,^.*..* 

Dallas 

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Grant 

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Kewaunee,.... 

Kenosha, 

La Crosse, 

La Fayette,.... 

LaPointe, 

Manitowoo,.... 

Marathon, 

Marquette, .... 
Milwaukee,.... 

Monroe, 

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Outagamie,.... 

Osaukee, 

Pepin, 

Pieroe, ., 

Polk, 

Portage, 

Ba«ine, 

Biohland, ...... 

Book, 

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i256 

15,'2d2 

6,778 

171 

8,638 

3,278 

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26,112 

11,011 

60, 102 



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66, 966 09 
67,787 68 



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9, 765 00 

307, 618 26 
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84, 726 81 

4, 147 68 

29, 424 00 

66, 768 27 

388,676 39 

883,607 46 

226, 607 66 

148,671 08 

160, 797 97 

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18,644 

26,778 

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COUNTIES. 



■•••••••••••>■ •••••••»•••••• 



A<Um0| .... 
Ailibuid,* 
Broim, ... 
BnffiJo,... 

Chippewa, 

CUk» 

Columbia,. 
Crawford,. 

Dane, 

Dodge, 

Door, 

Doqglas, ... 

Dana, 

Eaa Claire,*. 
Fond da Lao, 

Grant, 

Ckeen, 

Oreon Lake,.. 
Iowa,,M<M.... 

Jaok$on, 

JefftrtoBi... *^ 

Janaatt,*... «••***• 

Kewaanee,!..*******^* •.•••.m... 

Kenoidia, i 

La Qrofse,....* 

La lavetita. 

LaPobi^,:'. •. 

Ma»lto^e,.««..^ « 

jflLacatsioD|.«. ••..«>•*••*• »••*»•••« ...w 

Harqtfblie, i <..«..« 

Miliraiiteee|.<« /..« * 

HoiBroe,[. ». (..<..« 

Oeoik«b.«.,^ <..<... 

Oatof^iO, ; 

Osaakee, .....^•.. ».•«.*< 

Pepin, • ^. ..«..»..<..« 

Pieroe, 4 • 



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PBUIPXSTIAL KUCOT. 
ORB. 



Abraham 
Lincola. 



681 



780 
697 
444 
204 

Ml 
2,662 

711 
4,018 
8,226 

266 
87 

606 



1,484 
8,244 
2,4l7 
1,442 
1,282 

670 
2,167 

776 

1, 819 

1,629 

1, 471 

16 

1,179 

186 A 

487 
8. 176 

i.jeo; 

2^ 
661 
248 : 
278 
966 



0. B. Mo- 

Clellaa. 



222 



1,286 

284 

718 

298 

48 

1,488 

786 

8,811 

4,698 

76 

67 

261 



8,806 

1,660: 

1,107 

608 
1,424 

207 
2,742 

687 

879 
904 

1,712 
22 

2,248 
627 

647: 
: :6.«7o 
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:178- 
: 989 
2, 049 
119 
826 



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JohnG. 
HoHjim. 



614 

18 

726 

441 

444 

196 

194 

2,662 

709 

8,972 

2,668 

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607 
474 

3,892 
'8, OH 
1,829 
1,444 
1,298 
668 

2. 168 : 

760 

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1, 820 

1,628 

1,169 

14 

1,170 

184 

419 

2,896: 

1, 172: 

246' 

690 

169 

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: 661; 



John B. 
Parkiaaon. 



208 
29 

1,291 

228 

717 

298 

17 

1,487 
787 

8,777 

8,788 

81 

»7 

261 

842 

3,220 

1,446 
926 
614 

1,426 
167 

2,7a 
689 

88E1 

888 

' 1,864 

m 

2,09(7 
488 
661 

6,99f 
646 
147 
991 
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Eau Claire-^Linoqln 616, 3to0i^an 862. , 
tReJected; no f^al, Li&cola 167, lf6CIellaa 768, 



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Unoola 14, MoCUnai^ 29; 
MollTsa 77, PardaaoB 699. 



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PMi,^. 



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Riohlaii^,^ ITTT 

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WaapaM, - 

Wauahm, - 

Winaelwgo, 

Wood, 



PRISIDBnAaL BMCT- g.p^„ BUPIRINTBNDBNT. 



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Military Tote,, 



. . 176 

704 

2,084 

\594 

. 184 

1,968 

. ,578 

, 1,886 

8/466 

664 

2,010 

1, 188 

1,068 

2,926 

247 



(<|. 9* iC^ 



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Joted.' 'MtnB. 



6dat- 



R«rMiMoii. taring. 



68,216 
11, 872 



70,688 



107 
811 

1,644 
662 

1,582 

611 

985 

97 

2,185 
180 
461 

1,192 

2,928 

2.196 
6tt 
282 

1,772 
248 



62,690 
2,428 



65,018 



. in 

709 
1,697 

869 
2,699 

594 

2, 076 

80 

1,968 

402 
1,842 
2,621 

568 
2,080 
1,188 
1,070 
2,895 

217 



62,666 
10,985 



78,641 



1 






68 

807 
1,864 

626 

908 

511 

988 

"66 

2,164 

105 

467 

992 
2,719 
2,199 

466 jL;«i&... 

271 
1,228 

224 



64,825 
1,928 



56,758 



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79 
44 



128 



Bojeeted nuKtory Tote— Lincoln 2,478^ MoOlellan 584, McMynn 1,666, Parkin- 



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JKni Oongr0Sit§m4l DUmd^ for Rifrainiaiivt in ComgreUj i an 
eUeUm hdi anihe eighih ditg ofNoffeniBtTj 1864. 



COUNTIES. 



■T^'t f 



Kenosllft,.... 
tfllwsnke^. 

Bieine, 

Wshrortli,. 
Waukesha,. 



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WftoU Tote. 



2,208 
10,069 
8,088 
4,661 
4,224 



Military vote,. 



24,886 
2,124 






1,822 
8, t84 
2,048 
8,471- 
2,02S 



26,969 



12,049 
1,67» 



Carj, 



881 
6,874 



8a6|-^ 



-rr 



T- 



18, 716 



12, 791 
489 



18,^80 f 18 



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Z^o&tflar iS(a^em«n^ of vote9 polled in ihe eeveral countiea compritMg 4Jm 
Second Oov^eeHandllDietrictffor Bepreseniaiive in Oongreeij ai an 
eieetion held on ihe eighth day ofNovmbery 1864. 



COUNTIES. 



Columbia,. 
Baae,....^ 
JefFenon,. 
Book, 



Military TOte,. 



Whole Tota. 



4,148 
7,887 
4,907 
6,908 



22,796 
2,886 



26,180 



Itliamar C. 
Sloan. 



2,669 
4,016 
2,167 
4,871 



18, 218 
1,986 



16,148 



George B. 
Smith. 



1,484 
8,821 
2,740 
1,684 



9,679 
890 



9,069 



Soat- 
tering. 



8 



3 
10 



18 



Bajected military Tote—Sloan 890, Smith 76. 



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third (hngremondk Dmridywr Sepreuiuativi in Ccngrm, or 
eUeHanh^dimiheelffhihdayofirt^^ 



{191 



OQVmiMfi. 



Cmirfbrd, 

€(r«|iV- 

BiohliiicL. 
€hiiik,: 






MtUUry. Toto,. 



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3zz: 



WhoUToU. 



1,402 
4,7W 
S,126 
fi, 716 

8,06S 



ao,oM 

0,776 



28,730 



AxiMft 

CoBbT 



706^ 
6,249- 

1,296 
1»467 
1}996^ 
2,076 



il,-667 
2)606 



14,642 



Chariefl 
Rodolf. 



.. .764 
1,66a 
4^109 
1,419 
i,7tl 
1,649 



9,tl2 

242 



f 



9,664 



t«ri]ig. 



Mv^>«^«ap^i^M^^^^i«^*^n^p^"^^ ^4^A^J^m 



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1 

2 



6 
61 



64 



Rajrited miKUry TOt«— Oo^ 611, Rudolf 8?. 



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Tabular Statement of votes pcUed in ^j^e^ral counties oifmprinng ihe 
Fourth Oonareniondl DietrM^ for JSeprmntativo in I ChnifreHp ei an 
election hela on the eighth day of November ^ 1864. 



COUNTIES. 



Fond da Lao,... 

Oisakea,... 

Bhoboygan....... 

WMhington, .... 



HiliUry rote,. 



W^hole Toie. 



8,017 
6,792 
2,291 
4,189 
8,668 



24,807 
1,681 



26»888 



ijected miliUry rote— Sloaa 115,fBldridge 86. 



A. Sooit 
Sloan. 



8,288 
8,479 

246 
1,968 

662 



9,672 
1,268 



10,886 



0. A. El- 
dridge« 

4,784 
8,818 
2,046 
2,176 
2,916 



16,286 
812 



16,647 



Scat- 
tering. 



••••••••• 



6 



168 



"M-". 



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%o/'^(H?g*5€ir, 1864. '^'i; ^ '^ 



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COUH^nM. 



Caliuo0i^^.s4 k...., VU...W 

Poor,...i.*.!...t f...MV. ^..4. 

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ShftwacQO^ »M..>. ••ii^.*! 

WanpAOA, •.••.....;. 

Wauahatm-- ......w. « 

Winnebago,^. 



Military toU, 



Whole TOte 



2,019 

i,162 

828 

1,966 



8,42i2 
1,098 

461 
1,689 

280 
1, 686 
1,846 
4,707 



Pbileiu? 
Sawyer. > 



789 
.44d 
'266 
1,446} 



Gabriel 
Bonok. 



20,068 
2,076 



22,126 



1,182 

460 

292 

660 

162 

1,156 

1,408 

2,922 



10,827 
1,749 



12, 676 



1,^ 
714 

' 611 



169 
979 
68 
580 
242 
1,78a 



1% 
•8 






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9,224 
826 



9,550 



2 



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:888 

886 

1^474 

2,484 

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1, 8la 

890 

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288 

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606 



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606 
6f9 
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791 

1.628 

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198 

1.166 
288 
617 
177 
699 
694 
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261 



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1,891 



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277 

298 

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262 

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206 

688 

906 

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106 
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611 
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Tabtdar Statement of votes polled for Auociate Justice of ike Supreme 
Courtj at an election held on Tuesday ^ Hie fourth day of J^tHj tS65. 



COUNTIES. 



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Adiuni, i."^.*,.,,,* • >.«. « 

Ashland, no returns.. i\ '..1 1 

Brown, ;<..r... >.;...*..• ;..^ ;... 

Buifalo^.. v'* «.^..>.<^. .«..;..; 

Bamett, rejected; no seal.. i<..M.r ;..;..<.....;......,... 

^^a^UIUei, ••.•••••••••••••••••*...••••••••••«. ••••••^4.. <(■••'.•••••,■ ait^la^**. ••••>••«.•.. 

vmpnewai •••>•••«••■•••••». •••(•••••■••••■•••••<44<.. <■«.;• ••••«• ••«.■ a«*. •••••«••• ••¥- 

dark, no retams »<...:.. «.....x..4;; 

Colambia,.. J«- luiT^.....: .^ 

Crawford, ..;'..•« ;4;r^/ 

j/anCi*. ••*•••••• •••■••••• ••«•••••*••••.•..*•*••••••.. »•.•«•«« ••».^]^«v.^*.i^ •••••»••«»/■ 

DalUs, .^ 

Dodge, 1.7 

Boor, ..T.. 

BouglaSi i !**v*v** 

Bnnn, no returns i..i..i... 

Eau Claire, ...;... .: 

Fond da Lac, ...i..i... 

Grant, .l.j,.*i*v 

Chreen, ^...:...i 

Green Lake,.. •.^. .,.:... 

Iowa, 

Jackson, ....:..;... 

Jefferson, :.. ;..» 

Janean,.. 

Kewaunee, no returns , «...• .-7.;..: :......' 

Senosba, ..,...> ....>.ir...i. >..'%..•...* 

La Crosse, >.<..>..,..;. .J.. .;..>..],..>. .;.i 

La Fayette, rejected; no seal » r. .>..;..>.... .;..•;..; 

La Points, >..>..»..: .;..o.i..4..*.J. 

Manitowoc, ^....J.... ..••»•>••>.. •••!>.» 

Marathon, •«.^....,, v.....^.Kt.....l... 

Marquette, 4.........-;...^ 

Milwaukee, ; 

Monroe, .v^«\ 

Oeonto,- ....♦*..rf,..s,; *,.*.., ..«. 

Outagamie, ..^.« •..i...«.*...^..v'"* — 

Ozaukee, ...... • ••••.•••«..........••.• ....•».*««*.....r»..*..«M'*##«M«#vt»j^.«« 

Pepin,.. , , «..<..•..« 

Pierce, 4..4 o.4..i..<..«..«..4..<..i.. 

Polk, i..;..:.....-..i.....i..;..<...>.;.. 

Portage, ;..«.. ♦..|..4..4..<..«.j..4..M.i.. 

Baeine, •... .k* <..j..«..j..j...*..4..i..... 

Richland, ♦..«..^..«..i 4.. <..*..«..«..!•. 

Book, ., • • 4. 1 1. . 4. .«'..;..«..i..i..i.. «..«••;.. 

Bt. Croix, i , M.,..o.v.i..«..<:..... 

Bank, ,... » .;..: !..;..;...,. 

Bhawano, ;..,«.••..«.....*......''..;.....{ 

Sheboygan, »<i..«..4.;: •.. 

Trampealean, „... «m »>...... 






Jason 
Downer. 



8S8 



460 
188 



180 



2^m 

619 
4,210 

8,011 

110 

.84 



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a, 917 

1,692 
1,688 

918 
1,490 

829 
1, 963 

299 



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79 

847 

884 
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66f 

111 

646 

828 
80 
: 297 
: .66 
: B67 
2,269 
: 662 
6,B86 

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OitMHt, "M <m eI«e(»o» hM en Tuudky, the fomih day tf April, 



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2,086 

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768 
1,006 
1,818 

778 



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3Vi6tt£ar &a^efntfnt o/ Fotes poUed jot Jud^e of the Ifinth Judicial 
(Xrcuit, at an election held on Thtada^j the fourth dmy of April, 1865. 



COUNTIBS. 



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GolnmbU, . 

Dane, 

Jefferson,..'. 
Sank, 



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10, 181 



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rUIOHT AND OTHIX UODBS OP lUASDUHINT. 





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1,768,768 


2, 880, 000 


1,088,000 


297, aoc 


280,000 


208,01 













































































1oc#* '>*«ii pnraluwMl on the WiMon- 

tT*i: mortfRga an r«prMNil«d by tbe 

off u foreabaura ule on NoTam- 

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Fd oK>ii>t»i' Slit, 4 Ota. par mila. 
tck t'^S Jannarj lit and anding Da- 
11 pt 
kadriaooiuiQ for 7akr ending DMera- 



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pairs from Jtnuk 
mllaa id the Stata 

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freight oan, ooub 
kilttd near BUhoi 
Jauon killed in 
bj altaniptiif> to t 
in a itata af iatoi 

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Liu of Chunty Jtuige$ ekcted on the /ourth dag of Aprils 1M5. 



COUNTIES. 



Adftmi/ > 

Brown , 

Baffftlo, 

Bomett,. 

Ctlumet, 

Chippewa,. ••-< 

Coltimbis,. .... 
OrMrford,. ..^ 

HodgO)— ... 



Names. • 



D0lt|^a8 '♦ 

BUkXL Claire,..^ .» 
Vojid da Lao,., 
vtauv}**** ••••••. 

€(reen Lake,... 

low*) ^ 

tJiMmon,. ,^^ 
JeffMrsozk,.--^ 
Jiineaa,. ••••m««« 

Kewaunee,...*^ 
Kenosha,. «*^^ 
Tik Crosse......... 

3La Fayette,....^ 



Brjant,M..*M J 

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A. S. Speneer, 

DaTid Agry, 

August Finkelnbarg,. ... 
Seter JtlnaBsen,.»».«w..>. 

Charles Greenning, 

aJ.WUUe, ............... 

No. retnmSr- 

Joshua J.Gapp7, 

JLra B.<Bmnson, ••••• 
> George. £• Bryan t,^..... 
. Leonard lierli 
J>.H.Biee, 
Thonaa darky 
.Horaoa.W. .Bames»..^.u 
Ja.< Jk« «MOweyM»**«««a*k.^ta. 

William MoOoniAl, 

■Bcooka Daftwiddie,4..«- 
Franklin B. Hawes,^-.^;^^ 
Lnman IC Stzongf .*•* .•*'• 
>F-v O* BranuKp, •••««••. ««i^ 

Ira.W. .BijBd,... 

JX- SchoRBerhom,. .....«• 

Charles a. Boali,..<^ 
Anihonjr. .Van .Wyok...... 

No .Boturns,....^..^.. 

John . W* Blaekalone, Jc- 



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OOUNTIES. I 



LaPointe, 

Manitowoc,... 
Marathon,.... 
.Mafqueite,... 
Hilwankee,...,^. 
J[envoe^» 

Otta^iime,..*.^ 
Qaetokee^i« • . m.m.» 

^lITDIjC, «.<*««...m.». 

iP^nagli, • ***M«M. 

tJtftQpllC, t *.k*w . • • M • . . 

Bi.^roiQCy • M« ••• •• 

' SM»nB)b*»«i..««..... 

Tnniiflaleaa,.... 
T«rnonfw-« 
Wal'weBth 
/Walhaigiea,^i..4 
Wtfakeafaa,' . • M . . 

Wanpaoa,. 

Winnebago, ....« 
Woody.. 



. 



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Names. 



No retams. 
George W. Barker. 
Bartholomew Bingle. 
a«DaaalBi Bood. 
AIjMri SmMu 
Geai^^ B^ Elratt* 
Bttoi B. JolnaeA. 
Samuel JBjaa, Jr. 
.GustaTe Goetce. 
William. Hawfls. . 
William Kent. . .. 
William B.Alban. 
.J«hn B. Adams.. . 
Jamaa & Jlinar. 
Amoa P. Prichard* 
.Gyrus L.. HaU. .. 
J..B. Qttimby. 
.£dwaxd>GUman. 
A. .W. HewmMi. 
Carson /Graham. . 
Peter .Qrflder. 
J<rim SheU^. 
:Samiid: AwBondaUa; 
.CS. tedsn:- . 
JL B..HamiHei|. 
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INDEX. 



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Beeeipifl fttd> dubsmm^nU bjr tht lAate tr^asarer for the yekr ending 

September 80, 1866,. • ;... ^ i l<-8 

Detailed etttlemeni «rthe transactions Ih the several funds, ^ 8-11 

Beoe^ts wM disbnrseuents — general fkind,.. ....%.».. •^«.... 12i-68 

••..',.'.. M. do '. ^<r.«.«8eltool ftand, 4.1 64-^6 

do...... ........sohool ftuid inoome,.*. «.m»..<*... ...•••••... 57-^ 

do : .jwamp land firnd, - «... W^Sl 

do.*. ..swamp land fund income,^ ..»*»«w*..«^. Hi 

; .'.do ^ ....•• .jiniTereitT fond,..* ..........i 62,68 

de..-..^.; ..oniToritty fund income,. ..I. ..: 68^ 64 

;««.....do.»». drailkage ftind, ./....» ^..^ 64 

.do... ..drainage fand inoome,».. .«..i.....m.....«.. 65, 66 

••••wdo .joormai sohool fiuid,...:... •• 67 

do.....«i .normal school fond income, * 67,68 

......l.do ..deport account,.. •«••...... 68 

.......do ».....*..8oldien* rcAieffund, • 68^69 

....^•.•doi .^..^^oommisstonera' contingent fnnd,..i^«. ..••••.•..• . 69,70 

do.... ...irar fond, .«^ .'. •* 70^72 

Estimate of expenses andreseurces for 1866,.. .:. » 78, 74 

Clerks and clerk^hire in the state departments,. 76-77 

Public printsQg.....^ ;; .'. 77 

Extra pay,...- ^•..«. ...4..... 78 

BeTisedatotutes,; ^^ ►, 78 

Auditing of accounts, 76-80 

Disposition of ^appropriations to bencTolent institutions, , 80 

Disposition of certain funds,... « - 81 

Election of auditor,... 81 

Claims of sheriffs, and bounty on woWes, • • 81, 82 

Assessment and oollecUon laws, 82, 88 

Useless appropriations, 84 

Agricultural statistics, 84 

Fees of secretary of statCi 84 

State debt, 86 

APPENDIX. 

'* A." — Equalisation of property, and state tax in the scTeral counties, 

between 86 and 87 

t* B." — ^Abstract from reports of insurance companies for 1864, between 86 and 87 

*' C'— Census of 1866, and bounties to soldiers, 87-188 

** D." — ^Agricultural, mineral and manufacturing statisUcs, for 1866, 184-167 

*'B "—Abstract of raUroad reports, for 1864, between 176 and 177 

" F."— Abstract of returns of deaf and dumb, blind, insane and idiotic 

persons, for 1866,.. • 158-161 

'* Q."— Abstract of reporU of agricultural societies, for 1864, 162, 168 

" H."— Statement of Totes polled for president and state superintendent, 

Not. 1864, 164,166 



179 

« I." — SUiement of TOtes polled for iliember of coflgress, Ut difltrict, Not. 

1864, 166 

<i J." — Statement of TOtes polled tor member of congress, 2d district^ Not. 

1864, , 166 

** K." — Statement of Totes polled! for member of congress, 8d district^ NpT. 

1864, 167 

« Lw" — Statement of Totes polled for member of congress, 4th district. Not. 

1864, ^ 167 

« M.'* — Statement of TOtes polled for member of congress, 5th district. 

Not. 1864, 168 

" N." — Statement of Votes polled for member of congress, 6tli district, Not. 

1864, 169* 

" O."— list of county officers, elected Not. 1864,,.... 170-178 

" P.'' — Statement of TOtes polled for associate justice of the supreme court^ 

April, 1865, 174,176 

«Q.'*-. Statement of Totes polled for judge of Ist judicial circuit, April, 

1866 176 

'' B." — Statement of Toies polled for judge of 9th judicial circuit, April, 

1866, 176 

" S,"— List of county judges, elected April, 1865, 177 



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; fifm.— Herewith I hand* yoiiv'W'TCiqmi^^^^ of 

Ij&U d«p>rtmelkt-fOir th'6 }^4^'eMi^g September 30;tSpS,> ,. 

Your obedient BetTaiit, 

SAML. D. HASTINGS, 
, , Stai^ TreaBurer. 



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2b<lifelZl^2aiiire; .- > ^ 

:&er^ith as reamrea*B^Taw;:T'Iay''V m ^iraij-x^t of 

tJUi deoartmenli . jTox. tM. jjoar. . AMUKg . Sjoptoiabjec . 30% \mi^ irtthrmoli 
iHMTor Snfomatioii and raggeatiow of a fiaeal aatiiM it I hsri^ dtmned 
mefiil and proper. 



^ 182 

The entire receipta into the treasury during the past year, including the ^ 
balance on hand at the commencement of the year, haye been as follows : 

Balance on hand at th« commencement of the year, $t07, 620 77 

Beceipts into the general fund,» 1, 618, 615 49 

do school fund,.... 528, 800 80 

do school fund income, 168,281 48 

^ do uniYcrsity fund,j^.....« 47,581 42 

do uniyersiij fund Income, 11,757 77 

do Bwamp land fUnd, 91,411 40 

do Bwamp land fand iacome, 19, 468 20 

do drainage ftind, 27,824 24 

do drainage fund income, 12,690 68 

do normal school fUnd, , ^ 95, 658 89 

do normal school fUnd income, 12,225 84 

do*.M*" deposit ibn^i^...^; • 686 62 

•« doi. commisBloqers contingentfund,^ ..tw^** ' 120 76 

• do soldiers relief fund, 10,242 80 

do allotment fund,^ 184,612 60 

do war fund, 1,364,829 19 

$4, 296, 866 89 



The taidldisburaenients have been as folUws : ' > 

From the general fund, $1,491,536 20 

school fund, ': 521, 334 19 

school fund income, 177, 809 87 

uniTersity fond, 44, 156 56 

uniTcrsity fund income, 12,718 39 

swamp land fund, 95, 891 18 

swamp land fund income, 21,964 07 

) dMiuage fiind,.^ 27, 209. 71 

44ii;|a8e fii>>d income)...^.* 12, 872 69 

normal schol fund, 91,805 55 

normal school fandincom^..* ^* 1, 985 0( 

deposit fund, .'. '. 363 15 

commisfliox^eM contingent ftLn(L.«»...« ^..u^...', «.«..« ,, 51 70 

soldierfl re8Sr£Unc|,.-. '.. .....:•/.:......: '6, 879 22 

allotment ftin^. .'..; .* ' 215,159 77 

war fund, .7.. ....... .^ 1,840,669 19 



> 



• ' » 



$4, 061, 876 44 



Leaving a balance in the treasury on the last day of the fiscal 

rear, ^ $284,490 46 



Among the items of disbursements in the general fund are the following : 

For our state institutions, including soldier's home, $189, 881 75 

interest on state indebtedness, 80, 428 87 

redemption of state bonds and loan, 751, 766 00 

eapitol extension,.., ....^.^ . .. 19,705 68 

enrolling miUtia^... ^ 6,909 25 

reoepiion of tetorned soldiers,... ;...*. ....%..;...^....-. ^ ^' •' 7^119 06 

crUkinf Um cebsns,.... .......^r. ,...,.r..«....-*..^" 2a;08i 08 

^rabste tf) war ftind,M.... .:...i.»..... 200,060.00 



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188 

VOLUNTEKB AID FUND. 



» I 



Hie montUy pajmetits to the families of volanieers from the war fund 

have been as follows : . . , ' 

Ootobcr, 1864, $61, 6l« ft 

NoTember, ...do^ ; 60, 76S 08 

December,. ...do» 1 69, MS Oi 

January, 186fi^ ^ 68^685 01 

February, ...dc 72,460 42 

March, do 91,184 78 

April, ..do....... 72,789 44 

May, ..dc.... 119,066 99 

Jane, dc l 108^140 4k 

July, do....... 126,216 44 

August, ..dow 112,761 09 

September,.. ..do 67.067 91 

$1, 080, 687 86 

■ ■ ■ > ■ 

The whole ambtiixt paid in each year has been as follows : 

InlW, * 11,028 11 

In 1862,...! .., ,.,, 288, 614 71 

In 1868,. ..I ..., ^ 604, 909 42 

In 1864,...!... i.v...;.^ 616, 698 68 

In 1865,....!. 4 M..;.. .- 1,080,687 86 

Total, .,..^M... ....;..,.....; V ..* :......., .>.. $2,646,878 28 



ALLOTMENT FUND. , 

For the purpose of enabling soldiers in the field to transmit to their 
&milies at home a portion of uieir monflily pay, the allotment system was 
inaugurated. Section .3 of chapter IdO, laws of 186^^ Authorizes and di- 
rects the State Treasurer '^tareoeite soiiek sums of mon^ as may be placed 
in his hands^ by a Tolunteer making aik all^tnieiit, and to dispose of the 
same according to the order and direction of such volunteer.'' tfnder this 
priyilege, the following receipts and disbursements have been made in 
the allotment fund : 

BeceiTOd into Uie fund in 1862, 817,626 99 

do do 1868,.. 482,006 86 

do do 1864, 867, 874 44 

da to Sept 80, 1866, , .^ 184,612 60 

Paid upon ordw of soldiers, &o., in 1862, ' $15, 599 28 

do ; do 1868, 461,269 18 

V do do 1864, 868,818 62 

.•.. do ,. ..-..to Sept. 80, 1806, 216, 169 77 

li#aTing in the treasury dept. 80, 1865....... ,.... 6^ 178 11 



T- 



$ V051, 619 89 » 1, 061, 619 89 

A more full account of the nature and operation of the allotment system 
will be found on page 4 of the annual report of thia departnant for the 
year ending September 80th, 1862. 



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1 



WSfJRANCB CQMf AVI£& 

^ Chapter 320, Laws of 1865, requires Insurance C<pmpani^ doing hoBi- 
neas in this State to deposit with the State Treasurer, Fobda of the otat^ 
of Wi0c<^A0i°) graduated according to gross amount of premiuins received^, 
in ihe State — if an old Company, . If a. Company just. comnuencing.lMis^ 
aeai in the State^ a deposit .t>f a specified amount, under the flroviBi^s of 
tti^'ftct; The following named Insurance Companies haye deposited Bcttf^^ 
ai follows: ... 

iprli» 29, 1866. Milwaukee Mechanic's. Mutu^il, Wisqonsln, .^.m^.m^m.:. ^ $1% QOO 

(, <*« " Madison Matal iDpurance Oq.> ,...do ,,,*f,A*i 2^,000 

Iby .13/ 1866. . Qei^ma^toifn Mi^tuallnflur^noe CQ»i»««do.. *.«.; 6,000 

;-» 17,1866. Charter Oak tife Insurance Co., Connecticat,... .*^..,4>«»>.. 8,-000. 

" . « ^tna Life Insurance Co.| of.M...<.« do....M.M.«..,r«NJ...«.. 80»000. 

<^ 26/ 1866. Dodge County Mutual Insurance Co., Wisconsin,. .^.*.w..,.« 12,000, 

*< 26, 1866. German Mutual Insurance Co., of Milwaukee, ,., 6, 000 

• <•- << Milwaukee Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Wisconsin, 6,000 

'< 80, 186^. Lorrillard Fire Insurance Co., of New York, 8,000 

<* ^< North American Insurance Co., do...... 6|000 

« << North Western Mutual Lifo Insurance Co., Milwaukee,... 30, 000 

« «« Manhattan Insurance Co.rNew York 12,000 

*< " Pheaiz Fire Insurance Co., ^o...... .......^ 18, 009' 

. it^ « Home InsuraBce,.. do........<.......»««...v......I 80,000' 

n i< L^onaneataV * do...... .........^...Z. 12,000' 

'^ 81, 1865. Phoenix Fire Insoraoee Co., Hartford Conneotiot|. ./.. 20,000 

^ . u . Hartford Fire Insurance Go. of. do... /... 20,000 

Jnk^ 1, 1885. Provident life Insurance and InTesi. Co., Chicago, lU.,.. 6, 000 

" " ArcUc Insurance Co., of New York 12,000 

«< '< TraTellers' Insurance Co. of Hartford, 6,000 

'< '< Insurance Co. of North America, Philadelphia, Pa.,.. 6, 000 

*< " Niagara Insurance id., Netr York, 8,000 

« « HelropoliUnlnsuranceCo.of New York,.......: 8,000 

" " International Fire Insurance Co.,.. ..do 6,000 

"' *< Home Insurance Co., New Haren, Connecticut, 12,000 

** . <* liMrrii Fire and Inland Insuraooe Co., N. Y., 5,000 

^ " Ro^ mrer Insorsnoe Co. of Beloik, Wxseonsin, 6, 0QD< 

** <« AUanUo Fire InsutunoeCo. of Brooklyn, New Y^rk, 5, OOO' 

July 20^ 1866* ^Security Insurance Co. of New York,..^.....,. ••—.«.• 18^000 

II 26, " *Western Insurance Co., Buffalo, New York, .• 7,000 

Sept. 12, " ^Hermann Farmers* Mutual Insurance Co., Wisconsin,.... 6,000 

f866, 000 

DISCREDITED CURRENCY. [ 

Chapter 282, Laws of 1865j authorizes the State Treasurer to receire 
ztij, ikxtms. of money, not exceeding five hundred thousand dollars, in ^ 
the^billfl of the banks of this State wihich were in eirculatioh on the 9th 
di^cof March, 1865, giving therefor Interest receipts^ which entitle the 
hinder lb the amount of his deposit and seven per cent, interest per anw 
mmr, computed to the Slst day of December, A. D. 1865, and payable 
idtei'. the First Day of February, A. D. 1866. This currency was also 

Made receivable for all dues to the State. 

■ u •. . ■ ■ .. L^ 

• ^fflMMe OeayanieB baTing failed io make their deposits witkln tin liBe leoiiired 
by law, the deposit is a conditional one, and sut^ect to tlie action <ol^l&e BSXitegii* 
laturt. 



Under this jproyision of Law,' IsAtM^' tec%fptB to t&e ambiitit of three 
honied -liiid eigbty^three thousand eight hundred and sizty-seyen dollara 
liave been issued, of which reoeipts' seven thousand' nine hij^ndred and) 
liool^iix dollars have been returned in payment of laods and loa&Bj aaA 
]iiiirel)een reoeived for the same amount for whteh tH^y w^re* issued ; «(> 
iilter^st having been allowed thereon. ThfsletrM ihe-amouni now out- 
sti^n4ing, ($875,901,) three hundred and sevonty-five thbusand nine hun- 
dred and one pollars. . 

; TEMPORARY LOAN. 

Iher^ ba^'beeiif loaned from jthe trupit funds j djuring^ the fiseal year, on 
certi£«atBS[ pf indebtedness, authori^d. byx^Wter 478, laws of 1865, for 
aier^ n0it(e«icee4ing:8even moptbs,.thf ^lai^faf five hui^ed and twentyf^ 
eight thpu^W dollars, for the credit of the War Pi^nd. 

Ihe Oeiiiawissioners of School and Uniyen^^y Lands have made a foT'- 
tJbuer investmenf) of the Trust lunds, autiiorived by cbapteif 217, Laws ojT. 
Id64j of pinety-vfive d^ons^d dollars i making the to tat investments diirr 
i]|gn»e.£3Cfllj9ai^.of six hundred and 'tweqty^hree thpusanii doUaiArr^ 
tbi^ was *a]io for onedit of ^ T^ar Fun4. . Thia added 'to . Qutataodiag ind»bt- 
eda/m at thecoama^iocement of the year, makes tne total issue ^ bo9|d| 
and oartifieates to be two millions sev^ huadjifed and twiemfyi-eigbi thou^k* 
and d^Ua^A C2,728,000> Of this amount there haabeen redeenMd,by 
leturning. to the Bank QomptroQer the ciriBulation of djacpsdited bankr^u^ 
ihorlaed by chajpter 2o2, laws of 1865*— state bonds to the amount of five 
hundred and iorty>«eig|ht thousand eight hundred dollars ; leaving the 
whole ontstai^dyi^. indeDte4ness of the State to be 92,5(5,211,' including 
iite interest rec^i^ts issued for discredited' currency, redeemable as foU 
low*: , 

T^Bttpm*yl<Minaivl'ii^re8trioe¥|>l»ia 1896; ^,.\v.. .,..t.:... 99W,9^ 

State bbiidvvdae.i^ 16tf7,«.^.....w ; ...^ i«i«;a..'.....».^..«.. 2210, 09t 

•MM ••••do«**«***M.*«Ml877| •»»■••«*• •..»•..»••••••••••.» (*«.««»«f •••»•••••••• 72y 700 

•• do .* 1878^.. ..« »....«• -..•••#•• 46j 600 

.; do..... 1879. ;, • 65,000 

•••• dd' •« •MtAiWO^ *»«>..»»*»«.«<*i«<««..«.^*.j. .•...«.»•« .*•••••«•• 65,000 

^^..•.do»b* 1^2, - V. •..•m«Um»..m.«> 46,060 

•.#...*««do.,»***«M»«k**1988|. *..••••••.. ^••••••••««M^...«..»«..M«**M«4«*««fM*^'*««*««- 66, OOO 

•..do '..•.M...lQ84,..f •• «..• .t '....«.• 76, OOO 

..do..... 1886, ...; ;., ' 67,600 

^\«««p«ue '.»«».^t..n..xoop^ •«•«..«. I ••i»«.<««»«. .•••..••.. *»«••• •*.'«wM.'««i«kv«««*.»k.«M 17,, OOP 

M.M*M»*en •••••• tf«»«*«MlOClC, .•••.■■•««•••»•«. .Mi •***Mb»'W*««*M'.«a«**«.O^ia«* »«••«*••'• 0«f MSV 

Certifioat98 of indebtedness. 1808, ••.,.4 ««.« ««.m» ' 150,00<i 

.Tdo ; 1894, 100,000 

do.; \.....1868,.; ..,.i ;i... 100,'000- 

•ri«0«da «^..*.u»>*..i«.»<«....'.ul007, ..*»«. ».<*M »»»<>«>». .4 •♦w»4»»<^**^***«*»** 100^ 000 

••.«*do .»^«.i.k I (^••.J««tk...««««««1896^i^^. •«••«.. .M^*** ■•'«Wf««4««vb>krM**«tL«^.fc*ft.« lOQf'OOw. 
do. 1899, ^o.*.,^.MV... 60,0q0 

' . ^, 666, 101 



• *4« 



18C 

. Of this iodftbtedneAS thete ia hold by the 

School Fund i.... '. $1,000,700 

UnmreityFand, .• 68,000 

Nomftl School Fund. «... 271^000 

Bwkk Departmeni for BUie Banks, »....^ 77^200 

do ^ ..Banks assigned to the State^ 67,600 

On deposit from insurance companie8|.... <.«.. 866|00O 

Bonds in the hands of corporations and indiyiduals, ....^...... S46,80O 

Interest bearing receipts, « 876,011 

12,6^6,101 

During the progress of the war the Jiegislatare authorized the issue of 
bonds, to the amount of fifteen hundited thousand dollars, (91,500,000). 
The erreat bulk of these bonds hadM^to«be sold at a time of extraordinary 
depression in the stock markets. . United States six per c^nt: bonds were 
selling at 84^ per cent.; Illinois six per cents, at 77 per cent', and Michigan 
seven per eents; at 82 per cent, ^here was no option with the lottn oom- 
missioners as to the time of selling the bonds. The necessities of the 
State were such that they had to be poIdTor whatever could 'be obtained. 

The law directs the loan commissioners " to negotiate' and t^ontract for 
a loan er loans * ^ on the most favt>rab)p terms which, in their judg- 
ment can be obtained.^- Finding insurm(^ntable obstacles in the way of 
Ae negotiation of the loans in New York, they ^er^ finally sold to the 
batiks of our own Siktc.at par, seventy per cent, to' be paid 6n deKtery of 
^'e bonds^ and the remaininjg thirty per cent, in semi-annual, installments 
6ff one per cent. Bight hundred thousand dollar were sold on these 
terms. The next sale was made on similar terms, e^cept^ihat eighty per 
cent, was paid on delivery. Subsequent sales were ail made at par, the 
whole amount paid on delivery of the bonds. It was never supposed 
that the whole amount of the thirty per cent, left unpaid, in the first sale 
would, in all casea, be paid. By the.. terms of the bonds, gi/ven by the 
banks to secure the payment of this thirty per cent, the bill holders were 
fl^st to be fully protected. In quite a nnmber of cases, in closing up 
banks, there has not been enough realized to redeem the circulation and 
p»y the thirty .per cent, bond in. full ;ryet,.noiwitb8tandiag t^ese losws, 
thie State has realized in the aggregate- on all the bonds 'sold- during the 

JTOgress of the war, eighty-eight (88) per cent; There is due from 
anks still in good credit, on (he thirty per cent bonds, forty-one thou« 
sand six hundred and twenty dollars X9^1,620). The banks which, have 
aMigned their bonds. to the State as. provided, by chapter 282 of tliegeq^ 
etral laws of 1865, have also assigned the benefits of their lest circulation. 
Whatever is realized from this source, -should be credited upon the sale 
of the bonds, as an allowance for this lost circnlation was' made in the 
settlement of the thirty per cent, bonds due from the banks thus assigning, 
There is but little doubt that enough. will be realized from, tkese. two 
sonroes to made the aggregate receipts for the b(mds aold during the war 
ninety- two (92) per cent. 

^ I know of no state north or west of Indiana that has made so good a 
disposition of its bonds. 



187. 

The follQwing 10 > list of the bankfl ^hat have amgned their Wisoonsitt 
bonds to the State as proTided by chapter 282 of the general laws of 1865. 



Bank of Beloit, oatstanding oiroulation,. 

Bank of Grant Coonty, do. 

Bank of Groen Bay, do 

Bank 0/ tha Interiotj.. ^..do..*.. 

Bank of Jafiaraon,. do 

Bank of Manitowoc, «^.do 

Bank ^f Monoka^ «4o. 

Bank Sparta, do... 

Bank of Whitewater, ,.do..«...*.^«.. 

Com PlaatorB* Bank, do»*....«««.. 

Slkkom Bank, do 

Frantiar Ban^, do...«....... 

Monroe Co. Bank, » do 

Kovtbem Bank, ....do 

Piairia City Bank,.... ^0 

Beokwell & Co.'s Bank, do 

Sank Gonnty Bank, do. 

Skawaao Bank, «..da..«.^...'^. 

Si. Croix Valley Bank,.. .-do 

Walworth Co. Bank, do 

Wifloonsin Bank of Madison,. ..do 



$8,000 
4,000 
4,000 
8,000^ 
4,000 
9,^00 
6,000 
1,600 
2,600 
2,000 
8,000 
1,600 
2,600 
2,600 
1,600 
1,600 
8,000 
2,600 
2,000 
8,600 
2,600 



157,600 



The State is responsible for the sedemp^on of whatever of the cirou- 
lation of these banks may be still in existenoe, and the State Treasurer 
should be authorized to redeem it wjben presented, for redemption at the 
State Treasury. The Treasurer should also be authovized to take the ne- 
cessary steps as provided by the banking law, for closing up these banks 
and securing to the State the benefits of their lost circulation. 
^ Respectfully submitted, 

SAM'L D. HASTINGS, r 
State Ikeamrerl 
Statb TREAsuREa's Office, 1 

Madison, October 1st, 1865. j 



•1 1 



1681 



StAtXMBST thotiring tM eoitiiHoti of aS ihe fund* 'atidfi^ ialineein 
the State !Pre<uuTy at' ike commmeerneni of the ^did'yvar, October 

:"a«fcl864; 

I ' 



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1804. 

Oeto]»'r 






••• 

••• . 

I 

• •• 

• •• 



t 



• » • « 



General Faiul^ . l)aUixce in. .Trea8nry» »^^m 

School EuQd,...«., ,.„ do,.* „ 

Bchool Fund InoQme,...*«...««.do»>.,« .r«^'fe.«« 

UniyeraUoT-Fundy^. •*•« do*****»*.»»*»(4'««« 

nni7eraUj.Fand Inoome do>««..«««f»>#«4«.*. 

Swamp Laad Fttiid»,«««...^«««*.^. ••«««««.. m<*1«a< 
Swamp lAnd FimdIjDj:omey.«do..«««.......»^«.« 

I/rainago.FuiLd|««*««*««*«« «»do«*»««* «•••!• •^•a 

Drainage Fndd.Inoomfl^w....do,.» ,.»•..•• 

A/eposxv xunQf*«A««««<M««##«^^««Mdo«*a**«t«««««»«M«% 

Com'ra Contingent J.und,«.^^do.» ••«•. 

Normal Soliool Funjd|**.....t«.jdn........^«.«4.»^^. 

Soldiera* ^lief .Fand9f**«*«**do«M*»* («««•<. 

Allotment Foikd, do. %;.„. 

War KttnCly% » »*a.>»»>*»ja^i«^ — ia*»*BQ»»,«^»«.«» ■ ••«^I»A« 

Balance in.the Trea8ur}^r«•««•«M^•••.^*«A••••4t»»•^ 



»*. 



/ 1 



5^4:812 

. . J- 102 93 
.. .732 68 
. 5»112 ;U. 

27ZM 

990 71 1 
3^ ^73: 90 
36»725 2$.' 
. . 2,173.87 



Ttl 



$107,690 77 



fVlM«« •>>•«• ••tMl* 4 



* ■ «*W*«fc ■ (l«>h4»«B « 



107,420 .77 



^07, 620 77 



♦•» 



ShPATBXBirc $h&fe%ng thif'mm$a(Ui&9AHn the 0Mefdl^'Fund forih^Jtml 
year endiiig Sepiembief S^th, 18(06. 



I ■ .1 II *M« 



Date. 



1864. 

OeteVr 1 
1866. 

Sept 80 

... 80 

••• 86 

... 80 

... 80 

... 80 

... 80 

... 80 

... 80 

... 80 

... 80 

... 80 

... 80 

... 80 

*•• 80 

... 80 

... 80 

... 80 

... 80 

... 80 



■* < >■ 



Balance in the Fand,. 



State tax reociTed during t]ij|e yeari. «.«.,. •.;.•. 

Salt tax .do 

Bank tax do 

Railroad Uoenaes do • 

Plank Road tax do 

License to insurance companies, 

Peddlers' lioenses, 

Telegraph tax, 

Boarding United State prisoners, 

Premiom on gold,.. 

Refunded ctTcrpayment for enrolling militia,.. 

Costs State ts. Titos, 

Uncorrent funds, 

Transfer from War Fund am't of temp, loan, 

Insane Asylum 

StaU Prison, 

Institute for Deaf and Dumb, 

Institute for education of the Blind, 

State Reform School, 

Milwaukee Hospital, 



BeceiptSi 



$82, 849 85 

780^ 765 07 

2,641 77 

40,668 72 

176,967 65 

116, 49 

81,419 49 

180 00 

198 lO 

962 00 

2, 148 70 

1 00 

12 76 

883, 867 00 

198, 716 75 



DisbursemHs. 



«»• 



42,600 00 
85,600 00 
18,000 00 
18,600 00 
22, 826 50 
500 00 



im 



aSHSBAL jrnHDi-f fJiOiuifdt 



Dftte. 



8ept. SO 
;... 30 






•M 



30 
30 
80 
30 
30 

30 
80 

30 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
30 
80 
30 
80 
80 
80 
30 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 <| 

»9 
3d 




•'»,,AQ,»f*Jv4$w of Supreme C9jixU^*''^p^*t 

,4o^..^*«Rep^rUr of Sapr^o^e. CQ«xt„«M*»«< 

>«....do Bank ftgent, Now York, 

.,.,.. <io«.»..»Glork Saprome Court, 

8t»te Hiftorioal Sooioty, 

Bt«te Library,^ 

Gov's oontineont ozpenBes, and Tisiting fund 
Per diem sua mileage of LegiBlatore, 

Officers and clerk,... 

LegislatiTO committees, clerks and witnesses, 

Postage for legislature,.. 

Printing for legislature, 

Newspapers... .....dol4.i..... «....»•• J, 

Statione^. ••••••».. do* «•••.••«•••••••.. • 

Stationei^, balance- eipended by State 8tf]6't, 
Board of equalisation, per diem and aiilefBikgey' 
Interest on State indebtedness, 
Ir^an.of 9Ute Bpnds redeemed, 
Capitol extensicin, 



•I IM 



Special ajppropriation to indiTlduals,. 
Ooyernors contingi 



•'To 



..*%..... 



igent fund, 

Pofttage for fitale officers,....;..; 

PvintiQA..,. » 

PabliAingJuwa and notices in newspapers 

CUrkWre,,;.....; 

Labor aDoutcapitol,.; i 

W atd^min^ bank department, . , 
......:do.;...'itreasnry...do....;.., 

Sttpreme ConrtBeports,.. 

Couiity Agriculiural Societies, 
Con Toying prisoners, , 

Rentofofficee, ;:;;.;..*.;..:.'!;..'..'..!.!.'. J...;».. 

E^tpTees and fright bilts,'.'..;. .;•;..'•'•'••(. •'.•....., 

leiegramvy. 4 

Osrakve 'riots, .M^. 

Enrolling-uilitia, 

^epSl^^on pf tolnnt«ers, 

fiurii|eon Geiiefa), 

U. 8. roTonue stamps, 

Board U. 8. prisoner^, 

Presidential electors....... 

^^ 

National Cemetery, 

Hardware^ , 

BeAinded to J. B. Churckill, 

Cerliflcates of deposit, 



•1 ) 



Receipts. 



• •^>I>«»V •*•♦•♦ »* 
<«I»F# •<*««• fir. 
4 trVi .^.j. «»«« ft*^^* 

^ •**» .••• •• f • • • . « 



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1 • / 






u. 



>«..*.*4. ......•.• 






V"; 



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DisbunoA'ts. 



r 



U6% 25 

21,258^09 

7,600 00 

. '27,918 66 

I 1,00000 

800.00 

.500 00 

1,.000 00 

500 00 

180 00 

1,000 00 

500 00 

1,460 00 

34, 480 60 

16, 156 60 

1, 145 00 

7,858 00 

5,761 10 

2,886 50 

5, 668 619 

8,066 81 

lyldO^SO 

80,428 07 

143, SOOrOO 

19,706 68 

.17,683 70 

i Wl,40 

6, 368;M 

|8Q,.6M 75 

I 6^093 08 

il8,.92T 49 

14,479 62 

.456 25 

384 00 

3^600 00 

l,'90O 00 

1.812 25 

; &262 00 

I ^50 

o 621 17 

' :941 20 

I 300 00 

I 6,909-25 

I 7, 119 06 

1,125 00 

410 00 

1, 277 42 

245 20 

2, 181 75 

1,890 00 

54 55 

15 75 

7,966 00 



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190 



Dlite. 



1866: 

Npt. 80 

... 80 

... 80 

... 80 

.;. 80 

... 80 

... 80 



G£NEBAL PUKD— -eoneladed. 



BoHniiM on wolf soalps, 

Taking oensuB,. •%•••«••• 

Soldion' Homo^ > 

Dodge County TroMuror,... 

Bank' tax roftindod,.. ....»...« 

Transfer 4o war fimd, 

Transfer to soldiers' rotief ftind,< 
Balance in tke ftind,i 



•••••• • I • • • 



Receipts. 



Distursem'ts. 



$490 GO 

26,685 08 

5,000 00 

120 00 

6 58 

200,000 00 

1^ 80 

169,429 14 



. ^ t mr -t 



1,660,066 841,660,966 84 



t^^i*^*» » ^ES 



ssssz 



SenOOL FUND. . 

8tat£MSNT klwwing the tran$actum$ in Ae Schnil Fun4/or thtfitcgl year 
mding Septemher 30/A, 1865. 



Date. 



:ite4. 


Oet. 


1 


18&6. 


Bept, 


80 


■ ..-• 


80 


• «■• 


80 


> • 


80 


' *•• 


80 


•«• 


80 


.•« 


80 


# 
••• 


80 


•.« 


80 


■" •*• 


80 


• M 


80 


• •• 


80 


• ••• 


80 



■ *•■■■«■ w^ ■ •■» ■ 



Balance In tke fdnd,. 

* - « • • 



Payment of lands and loans,.... «... .i 

Taxes on Sckool Lands, 

Penalty fornonpayment on interest and ady. 

Fines rec*d from counties, .....l...... 

United States on sale of lands, .., 

Brown oonnty tax refunded, :..... , 

Transfer from Sckool Fund Ihcome|...o 



Delinquent taxes pud to counties,. 
Loans and exckange of securities,. 

Printing and adTortising, 

Beftinded,.. ..1 

Transfer to Normal Sckool Fund,.. 
Balance in tke fund,... 



Receipts. 



f8, 498 94 

861, 701 88 

22, 628 06 

8,471 96 

1, 692 49 

148, 784 06 

7 86 

14 0^ 



Disbursem'ts* 



»••• 



$21,809 20 

480, 778 00 

8, 829 62 

1, 746 79 

14, 170 68 

10,466 06 



$681,799 24 $e8i;799 24 



fK- 



, J 



1 1 



191 



SCHOOL FUND INOOMB. 



STATtttfRRT shamng iJu trofMacHomin the School Fund Income for ihe 
year $nding Sept. iOy 166^. .W 



Date. 



1804. 

Oct. 1 
1865. 

Sept. 80 
... 80 
... 30 
.^ 80 
... 80 

80 
... 80 
... 80 
.:." 80 
... 80 
... 80 
... 80 
... 80 
... 80 
... 80 
... 80 
... 80 



Balftnoe in the tand,. 



Interest on land andloanfi, 

Penalty for trespaas on timber lands, 

Bale of diotionaiies as per ohap. 41, laws *61 

Sale of timber....... ..:.... , 

Transfer firom swamp land fdnd income, 



Apportionment to connti<$d, 

Clerks in land department) 

Protecting state lands...... 

Printing and adyertising, X 

Befonded oTerpajment of intere8t,..v 

Dictionaries,.. 

Appnusers of forfeited mortgage! lands,.... 

Costs stilte TS. Pomeroy, 

Transfer to school ftind, 

do conumssioDerB contingent fond,. 

do normal school fund income 

Balance in the fund, 



Receipts. 



14, 986 88 

168, 04i 47 

1, 621 .62 

40 50 

Z62 50 

8, 224 40 



DisbarsettiVs. 



*, 



I . '• 



v 



151, 816 84 

8, 552 82 

2,-789 89- 

858 60 

8, 551 26- 

800 00 

221 40 

82 60 

14 00 

68 75 

4, 154 71 

407 9i 



1178, 217 81 $178, 217 81 



UNIVEESITY FUND. 

StATBMBHT ihomng the transdeHoiU in the University Fund for the^^ 
eal year ending September 80^ 186.6. . >. " 



Date. 

1865. 
Oct. 1 

1866. 
Sepi 80 

••• 80 
... 80 



I ' 



Balance 'in the- fiuKl|«..vw^«.v..%. 



80 
80 
... 80 
! 60 
80' 
80 



*<• 



■•• 



..k 



Payment of land an4 1mmiS)m«m#.«««##mv«.«m%«^ 
Taxes on Univendty 4and%^^ 
Penalty and adteriisliig,'.. 



I #tfwwwe^#^^»r«»%wtf « 



a * • • « • ■ 



Delin^veni taxes paideenntiei)-***.^ 
Advertismgf Av*'k«. iftov^ • ««nv««»#tf #«••#•#•»•••• . 
Bftfbnded 4rroneeas payments^ ^.. 

Printing, «••.• • •••••..••• 

LeanM,i i 

Balance inthe Aind,. 



#.«.••••«•••■%• 



Reeeipts 



684 2S 

45,041 07 

.vM41 06 

> :996 89 



■■■•*•*••••••«.••• 



$48, 115 64 



Disbiursemt's.. 



^••••••ti ...«*•••• 



1, 052 19' 

49 11 

288 26 

22 00 

42, 750 00 

8,959 08 

«48, 115 64 



UNIVBR3ITT FUtfD INCOME. 

^TATIUXNT ihowu\g the traiuaetiont in tkt iMOtnity ISutdSttottufor A« 
jUcalyear mding SepUnAer 30, 1865. 



I>«t«- 




R«.ipw. 


Di*aTMB)'ta. 


18M. 




1,17SU 
11, 767 77 




1866. 
Sept. SO 

... 30 
... 80 


IntwcBtonUndBtiillMna, ,.-.,.. 


10,800 00 
»00 00 




;.__;,;_ 


... 3D 






7 60 
1, S5S 10 


































$12,980 89 T;fiJ,9WW 



SWAMP LAND FUND. , 

8lAI>H£lIT thomng the traniactioni in the Swan^ Land Fuiidfyr (he fis- 
cal year. tmtUnff ^ptpnler SO, 186&. I 



^lutM in the fund, _ 

Prindptl an Unds,- _ 

Ti^M on BWftnp LKtdj,. 

Penalty and aaTarUBing, 

St,\e of tiaiwr, 

United SteteaoK Moountot eele of UnJa 

Dellnqienl ttz p»Id aoiintie^».u».u«u.- 

Beftinded crroneou pkjmentt, 

AdttrUripg;;. ^ rt»*.;4ri 

TtiaHOB »■>■> »■».». ku».< 

ItitMtW\fn Vkcf'd Miwiahap.SSOjMM' 
^nnilkrto nomilioliDolfaiid, 

TtftuftLtodniDaBe riu)d,....„, „... 

OTeEpiOd ..<-. — ~.MMwy»..r... 



f m8gi,'ii|.i»fa'Mt," 



193 



SWAMP LAND FUND INCOME. 



STATmHT 9howing Ae tramacthm in Ae Sunmp Land Fimd Ine&me 



Pato. 

' lte4. 

Ooi. 1 
t805. 

Sept. 80 
... 80 
... 80 

Sept. 80 
- 80 
... 80 
... '80 
••* 80 
80 
80 



I 
I 



fc ■ > 1- 



>» 



Balsaoe in ihe fond, 



*•*• 



Intarest on Bwunp Unds,^ 

Penalty on aeeonnl of ireapftas. ontimbtrland 
8alo of tfanbtr...... 



If**** 



Gler|Lt in Uttd dopiartinont,. ...'..*.., 

Quoting Isndt,*. • 

Boftntdod 'orrouooni pajiitont8,**.< 
Trftnsfer io dniiulgo- Aind ineome, 
...df .:.v..Bormal «iteol'ineomo,v< 
*«*d#* •'•••'• vobooff inooino^ ••••••••*.« ••.*. 

BftUnoo fariheftqid^.^ 



Beooipti* 



$2, 088 72 

17, 908 80 

1,446 70 

68 SO 






$22, 146 92 



DisbArtem'ts. 



n, 160 00 
1,004 10 

; 88648 
7,701S6 
6,708 76 

'8,SS4 40 
182 86 



^■Ai 



^ 



IM M 



DBAINAdi: funJ). 

> . • 1 '• ~ I . „ 

Stahmhht ihowing the tramaeUmi v^ ih$ BnAnag^ JWnd for ife 
fiMd ymr ending September 80,^18M. 



Di8bnn«ni*ii, 




ISSi 
Oct. 1 

1885. 
Sept 80 

... 80 

..* 80 

' ' :»o 

B%^i '80 
... 80 

•^, ,80 
'• '80 
'•« 80 

^- 80 

»• I 



BaUnoe in the fond,... 



Payment' on roftnf,\..v. 

Tazee receired on lands, 

PenaItT and adteitiving,... 

Transnrfimn nrimp' landftud^*. 

Delinqnent'tsxes paid' emaxttesj::., 

Lftantiiiii k .•••• •••.•« 

Adveitliing,. •;....;....... v. 

Printing^..:'. l....... 

Traaato to* nvmal Mbool ftand,*.. . 
BaUaee In the ftu^d,......'.;:. .***.... 



•t. 



»1,102 08 



16,410 08 
284 08 
127 88 

11,<|01 40 



±az 



^ 



■f 



,' i m iii ii M 



aSsaESXSEB 



T, l ' l I I I! 



m Oft 17 

iipiiw mi 



■ )' 



8186 01 

12,688 00 

80 8» 

88 10 

14, 884 » 

1, 717 U 



irfafa 



988, M7 IT 



tSSSSSHSSSC 






) J- 



ISboo. 



* • a * • 



. . , , i ■ , .DIWJJSAG* FUND INCOME. . ■,,,;,,... 

Stitihsnt iJuaing the lyantMtliom in the ''lhrt^<iffe '.Pintd' Stcoiite ' 
for thefitcal year tending September 30, 1866. 



BaUnce in the faiftt,..^ 



Iblarwt oK'louiB,. 



Tiuifw.from •wunji.laiid fand iaaame,..., 



Apportionment paid 
Clerks in 1mi<1 deurl 



. idsd eiToneoua psjmenti,.^ , 

Priniing liii adyerliauij,-...^,. ._..._....>., 

Frateeliiig UndB, I...... 

rruufer to DDrniBl Hbool taoi income,—. 
£ftl*sse Is tbe fiL*d,._ 



BcoeipU. Nab^i 



fO.Ul 21 
499 00 
' . Al 7& 
' < 368 M 
" ' 188 M 
: 038 79 

I 650 62 



NORMAL SCHOOL FUND. 
Statxmxkt thovsittg the Irantaetiona m the Normal School Fund for &e 



'm. ,18 



BaUnoe in Ihe fand, 



lAwreBoe onitenliy 
Deln^ui Uih lobDol 
W. B. Sffli^ milMp 
J. G. Piokard, ezpcni 

J. Q. HolfTDn/ierrii 
J.,C. Piokaiil,..:.4d{ 
J. 0. Piokard, ultrj 
J. ^ Thomti, mileagja,.. 

W.J- Parle prinUqg 

JiCiPk^Md.ageai, 

^U«nUe aoademr. 

H. Bobbini, mileage,-.. 

B. Cbapman,...do. 

W. SUrr,- do. 

J. O. Melf;nD, agent,... 



12 2S 

I SOI TO 
300 00. 
40 00 
80 00 
P,48 00 
'238 06 



I • 



195 

• • « r 
> 



I :• 



■n 



Date. 



1W5. 



NORMAL SGBOQL FUND— oonoluded. . 



■ d^ '' ! ' 



T' 



•••• ••••••••••••••« •••••# 



Aug. 9 G. C« Sholes, mileage,..* 

28 Allen's 6r(^ye academy, 

.<^...g(. BeloU'linteii eehool^;;;.. 

Sept. 2 Lawrence nniTcnity,*.* 

>«^..- 2* 'MiUon 'academy,.. <.-;;..:. 

9 Albion academy,..^ 

8e^. ' 'f H. Bebbitte^- mileage 

8 S. A. Wbiie, do 

o iV m* 0uunr]*»«v***cio<a ••••••• •■•••••••••••••••• ••••••••• 

f5 Biiap^urBa'PBsan* uOts ••••••• >«••>•••••••••••••••••■•••• 

8 C. C.B]loka;;:.;.4o;i:.;;.;; 

... * 7 J. L Tlioma8,.-..do.;:.*..-..: 

f.i '11 J. BrigbtoB; adTertisisgj 

O ''9 I Atwoed 

ki 19 I Pond 

.-n — 8d ''Losn, itrper olivp. 860, laws 1864, 
/.'? 'llO ^ftalah6« in tbe ftind, ^ 



mjk MtBmtVA^^ . <Im*-- ••• ••••• ..•••».••«• ■••■.riwO Cl .1 190 AA 

qq Jjae'uigB BCJtooi, •'••••••• •••••••'•*•' •••••*••*••* ••••'••■((••••••••j' <mAI Wr 



Receipts. 



Oi 



'^ 






""»' . J \ , A .r 

Li d ,K 



::..i«.i 



I'.H. 



«' 



Diabureem'ta. 



— - 1 -« 



V 






44 00 - 
406 00 ,, 
5J8O OQ '^ 

00 - 

^ n 

$20 Ofl^^^' 

:2D0Q 
06 \ 

(» 




•••••.••a .*...•.•. 



$96, 660 60 



. 06 00 
88,000 00 
4,845 06 



$96, 650 60 



NORMAL a0JB<][0iU:BUN]>f3IMS0flCB. 



eamefar the fiscal year ending ^epitriSer TOfft, 18<5»"^^ - *'***' 



9M',- \ 



1866. 


8ep4. 


«0 


• • 

••• 


410 


*•• 


30 


.;.- 


80 


•U' 


00^ 


••\' 


80^ 


•.. 


80 


••• 


80 


••• 


1^80 


••• 


-80- 


••• 


'« 


••• 


80 



•fnuufer from tSohmlFiiird'IttWttV.. .,;:;..;; 

"is:i.«t*.do»*.« 8 wkunp*Laintl*Ftth*d^ ...... '..,..'.. 

^do.« Drainage Fand Income, [^^.. y ), 844.66, 

Pea«t^'on aocpjint of treB]jg(^r/^j^ ^';, / ir^\ 



Beceipta. 






1 

Diabtmem'td.. 

11 — \ Liibi 

U^ \ I .-.0 



w.-ft Rifyffi, oie^k !alld•tf<IAai♦nC.:I:^.:!^..:::::::".. " 



F7 Wl'vRV, .•••'•••••'« • OOMt* ••.••••.«■ ji>AVKlvvi4*«f^* 

■ fl lijJlriil* ' 'ilM * I UU' '" ' ' 

\D. D. mv^IXaSV, •••.••(»...*. ••..•.HO..*........ ••i....a« •....•**.•.•••.... 

vH^t Fiw0taref| •K.«aM..««M*MdoM 

W. J. Park, printing,.^ « 

Balance in ftuid,.. 



$12, 225 84 



i'.\ 



i.T 




v;i 




00 

oo 

. «vOO 

1885 00 

66 00 

68 86 

10, 270 29 



$U, 225 84 



196 



DEPOSIT FUND 



Statxhknt $hou>inff the tran$actumt in the Depotit F\tncLfor ihe fitedljiear 
ending SepUmAtr 30<%, 1866. 



* * M t » H i<| p> fat' 



Oct, avl 
186% 
Sept. r«0 

Pe(u 28 
186^. 

Jaa.. ti 
... 81 

Sepiy ,1% 
«• 80 



Balaaoe in Uxe fUnd, 

Surplus on sale of forfeited lands,.. 
H.Sil(ar8iL| agent....... •.•'••w 



A.6iiilh, 

N. Ai Foraker, ........ 

B. SI M. Bride,. ...... 

H. Si fiCarshy agent, 

•....Mi .....QIO... >•*•.•■. . 

T. Brown,...! J. 

H. S.'M'arslL agentj. 
Balakioe in fund, 



I 



«.Jb^fab« . I I l^t»^»A» 



Reoeipts. 



Diabune'Biit* 



)i 



»6, 112 41 
6«5 62 



««i*..a*« ••••••••^ 



«^^«....f««4...i 



$5, 7i8 08 



.^ 140 (M 

' 148 17 

60 00 

228 

40 QO 

18 

44 40 

I 34 12 

5,884^ 



•6,746 08 



,') 



SOLDIEBB' KELISF FUND. ^ ' 

>t«caZ year enctuy 5<!ptem6#r 304%, 1366, 



' i\\ J J 




Bala^oftin the.fund, i..».^» •#.« 

•Tnufikr frto Oeneral Fund,i4M--v J'-L"!! 



1864. 

Ooi. 1 

Deo; '81 

1866. 

April -29 ReftlfaWdiy D. Norman,... , 

June -8^ Trsasfto Arom War Fund appropriation, J 

Sept] ^ Diib^emeat to date,. 
...; i{{> Balafiee In the fuid,... 









DiflburBei^'fAr 



• • * 



> ■ ■ >*•>■• 



•«*••« 



$8, 978 90 
14 80 

■ 

6 00 
10,000 00 

■•1') \ 



■ ■•..*,<.. 




'■?••? »••— rj 


>....... 


* • 


• • ■ 




»f^M«« 


•••••••••a 





M, 879 22 
C 887 48 



■I^^a 



<a~L. 









1 »14,216 70 I $ti 218 70 

7T .... I J.M — ' — : 



) iiUi i.H 









C011SUS9I0MIBBS' CO»T;NeENa?-BUJW-T -'.(rA-i^ 

81I.TIIIIIIT thowinffihe trantaeiiotU in the' Commmwneri' '^niinfftnl ^\iad 
' for ^flteal year endiiy Sq>temher3f}th,lB$6, '< 



ALLOTMENT FUND. 

StaTKUXNT tkoioiny the tran^ifiont m the AOotment fititd for tA« ftteaX 
yeor e«dt»« iSepfemfter 30(^4 1866. , 



BftUnoe la tbt fond,... 



f8S,T2fi 3 
. 184, 612 6 



199 



t^ » 



BBOAPITULATION. 



i m li fc ay I » ■ ii > 



>» I lillji^ I m^^*m-mimmt»» i ■ > 



^ 



Date. 



Sept. 80 

... 80 

*.. 80 

... 80 

... 70 

... 80 

... 80 

... 80 

... 80 

... 80 

«•• 80 

... 80 

... 80 

.... 80 

... 80 

... 80 



General Fund,.. belanee, 

Sehool Fund,.. de.. 

Sehoel Fund Iiioome,......de..«....».. 

UnrrenUj Fond, ..do~........ 

UiiiYeni^Fimd Iiioo]ne^..de. 

SwflBnp lAnd Fond, ovezpftid,. 

flw Amp Land Fond Inoome, bftlMioe^ 

Dnlnftge Fund,. do 

Dninftge Fa&d lAooine^..»«..do 

Nomal Sohool Fond, do.... 

NonoAl Soliol FaAd. Ino<iiiie,.4o.M. 

Depofit Fundy ^. .^do....^*...iL.. 

Oeoi'n' GomtuigeBt FQiidy«....de« »....• 

Soldien' Belief FiiiidfM#«MM*iiet*«««'«*«^ 

Allotment FuBd««. Ub « 

Was Fond, #••••# dOt > 

BalanoeuLtreeAw^,*. .....,• 



B^eeipti. 



Bisbanem'tB. 



I....*. ..•••..« 



i..«.*' .«•.•••• 



•••t«t 



9159, 429 
10,465 
407 
8,959 
212 



14 
05 
•4 

06 
50 



182 

1, 717 

550 

4,846 

IQ, 270 

5>884 

841 

7, a87 

6«178 

25,888 



4A 
6t 
95 
29 

88 
89 
48 
11 

8T1 



• • • . . . ^ • • t«9 •«• . • 
$2,8a5'«6 

.••.••••4illM**... 

<••.«■>».»• MM* •*•• 
•••..•f.t«*«*M... 

»•%. .,•« t ••ii««4^« • 
.•....•.»*«,*.t... 

284,490 45 



S=3B 



9287, 115 72 



•^ 



$287,116 71 



wvsan 



/, 






< I" 



Or. [] 



• • I < • • 



• ' / * 



I******* •«•* 



I'i 



.. . I 



■ 




» .. ■ ' /J 


■ ' 


1 


■: • :j J: ' 


1 ' 




i. • » 


:./ 




. ./.. . •.- -^ 


r 

ri 


I v 


• w* ■ 'J X 


• 7 




. 'i • -.. • ' 


7 


.... L ■ 


't ' / . 



.:l^ 



• « i ■ t 



• • * 



, I 



.•I v« 



200 



.)' 



STAnMSNT of iecurtUu im depcmi j&pt 30, 1865, for iht n 
the oircfdating Noieg of the following Banks : 



Kaae of Bank. 



— rn- 



iV«**««M«« 



B«ik.«f Bijldi«,J 

B§mk^¥^xU,)l9, 

JBMik^f GnM BiVr* • 
BiWk'Of GmatGownl^, 
•BMk-«f Ui« &»t«ri6r,... 
Bank of Jeff«MsoD,k..i.., 

Baak of Ifadtsoft,..* 

Baak o# ManHowoe,/;.. 
Bankof Ifomiks^.v^.^::.. 
Baak-ofBao!&e,....;<..:.. 
3«ik 'Of -flkeboy^an,. . . . 

Bank of WaUrtdwfi,^... 
Baak of Ifkiio^irator,.. 

BataTian Bank, 

Gfty IB^nkof l^rOBoott, 

Columbia County Bank, 

Con Bxohango Bank,.« 

Com Flantor'a Bank, 

Bxdiange B'kof Darling & Co., 

Elkhom Bank, 

Fannon' and Meok. Banl^ 

Frontier Bank, 

Oonnan Bank,.... 

do~ , 

Jnnoau Buik, 

Kenosha County Bank, 

Monroe County Bank,.. 

Nortkem Bank,.. 

Oakkosh Commercial Bank,.... 
Fndrie City Banki. 



Bockwell ft Co.'8 Bank, 

Bank County Bank,.. 

Bhawanaw Bank,... 

8toU Bank 

BL Croix YaUey Bank, 

Sniamit Bank, 

Walwortk County Bank, 

Wieoonain Bank of Hadiiion,. 



Name of Stock. 



.1 i ' 



Wieoonain.6*^ %w.....i.i..>i 96;oeO 

WiaeontiAd^- ^*.u>...i> 9;aK) 

i'^.*'4i*:^ifj,i.i4*^,4,%, '. ! ^ ^'000' 

WiMon8in'6ay)..4;«u,L»;jM^.k^* T q'#iO00 



•«»<.«4Am 






WSsoomili 6e^4u;«u.^i.*x;i'J.I 

Wiaoon8in-6a, r u 

Wiioonsikei^ <«.«. 

Wisoonaihi 68, '..;;%;..;. 

Wi8oonRn-68j.«««» ''•.Lw*.*.^^. 

United' BtataaGa, — ;.;^. 

United 4iUte8^<i, 
Wiaooniin^a, 
WiBoonein^a, 
WisoonfliA 68,m. ••*•••«•••• 

WiaooneiA 68 •»••*«»<.• 

Wisconsin 68, 

Wisconsin 6i^ 

Wisconsin 68, 

United States 6fli, 

Wisconsin 6s,. .a 

Wisconsin 68, 

Wisconsin 6s, 

Wisconsin 68, 

Wisconsin 68, 

United Statee 68 of '81,.. 
United States 68, 5-20B,.. 

Wisconsin 68, 

Wisconsin 68, ••. 

Wisconsin 68, 

Wisconsin 68, .t..... 

Wiscon^ 6^... 

Wisconsin 68, 

Wisconsin 68, 

Wi80onBin6f, 

Wiseonsin 6s, «... 

Wisconsin 6f, 

Wisconsin 68,. 

Wisconsin 6s, 

Wisconsin 68, 

United States 68, 



Par Value 




I 



11,600 

4y000 



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I t 



4,000 
1^000 
4,000 
t}(M 
1,MM> 
5,000, 
•8,600! 
1,200. 
8,000i 
4,000 
8,000 
2,000 
8,600 
8,000 
6,000 
1,600 
12,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
2,600 
2,600 
6,000 
1,600 
1,600 
8,000 
2,600 
4^000 
2^000 
1,000 
8,600 
2,500 



.*«...••••••••• 



r. 



18,000 
0,000 
4,000 
4,000 
8,000 
4,000 

28^000 
8,600 
4,000 
2,000 



6,500 
1,500 
5,000 
2,500 
1,200 
8,000 
4,000 
8,000 
2,000 
8,500 
8,000 
5,000 
1,500 



. ...a ....««•■•• 



17,000 
5,000 
6,000 
2,500 
2,600 
5,000 
1,500 
1,500 
8,000 
2,500 
4000 
2,000 
1,000 
8,500 
2,500 



RECAPITULATION. 

Wiieoniin Os,... tl84, 700 

Vaited Btatea 68, 28,000 



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201 

STATKicnt (^tke MU>iSi,nt teGBioed Awn the following Banki at Bank Tax 
dmikg ihefacaiyear ending S^tmiitt^M^ 1865. 



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' ^ia<k of B€Jloit/...v;/r.;..Vw;.;;.v.v;..v.v..-.v.v..-.-.. 
' 'BlUtk of Pdx Iiake,..;.v..v.v.v.v;/;;..'.v.v.v.'..-.v.-.v, 
^j 'BpxOn of Gl|ant Cotmty,v...i..;i....;;;....;...i*;»; 

\ BaxOc of thf intorioT,.v.,.v..v.....v......-...-...v.-.v 

"'"aMlk of Mtnitowoc,v....V.-;;...-. ;...-. ......v. 



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^ iBjftSik of MUirankee, 
' I^;^ of M0nek>) 



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»•«•••**••«••*•«•••«« ••»••• 



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!••• 



' ;EMalk pf Monroe,.. ;:;:...;. 

Bank of M^iflon,...;...:;;*:.... 

.'BftSlt of Oie North West, 

Bank of '^reen Ba/,.. 

Bank of Jefferson,.*.. 

Bank of Prairie da Ghien,...: 

Baz^. of R%cine^ ,,...... 

Bank of Bip6n,M,. 

Bank of Sheboygan,.. <.\ 

Bank of Sparta^. 

Bank of Bt^Tens' Pointy 

Bank t)/-Watertown...... 

B«nk of Wnitewater,.... 

Bank of Weyauwega,.... 

"Bank of Wlseonsiny ..*^, 

BWilTian Bank,.. 
■ CKj Bank df . .Green Bajr,.*^-— 

X3Ky Bank 61 Keaoika)..*^ 

'0119' Bank jf JE^reseott^..— 
' Cmmbia Counij.Baak,...,.^...^ 
*" Com Exchange Bank,.. ....•••.. 

OMm Planters' Bank,...,^ .^. 

TWmw Coun^ Bank, ^ 

' Hsehange Bank of BacUng.& Co.,.. 

-Farmers' and M^ il h a a ios' Banky^..*v.**.,^^,.<»,,^,..^^^..^..^.ul*, .,,».• 
IJjtii City: Bank, ^ _;; 

'iMvinan w a n ■« i ^»o>»%%»« >»»% y »■»■» •*»'»^^o«»>»»»'»i f <»«»^»»»>%%%»»»ip»»%>%»»>< #»»»4« »*« »% » 

vrre^n Bay 3 Ba ak,»i«>«»««»»rr>*»«»%*<w>»% ^ ^..^^>ww»»»» * ..»»»%%» »»■*%>.» U.»»,>^ 

■I nnean Jian^ «•*•*••»• • .^ • v « •«*«««»««« »< w wr»»>v»%»» w #>» i* • » r**** a^******** »«v*^ . ^ • 4. • 

. , ^^'^won G^nnty Bank, ,,^^^^ ■^^^^^- wm ..^*,^^. .^•^JL «uy. ..v 

^noeha Con&i«-Bank|v»««««*;««%*M%««*«M»***«««t»««*«*«»«««».««»rM»4.«ii»i«*««w« 
IWfehant'e B am i rj «»».ww»,%»»»»»»^<%»»^%»%»,,>»^>>»>»»t»*»t»>»»»>>>»»»»»<^«u.>..» ' «»» ' .i*ft 
wl#aakee Cooniy Bank^«,«».%««,»^»*««.^»«««„*«««,«^«— .«^.^4U«.«^j«I^;^ 
'maroe Conn^ BaafcyM4»««.##«.«««*««M«#««#««««.«««,*.««««*««^«*««o^*i.«»^i^'^i 

[Oiuosh (kiuMtekl ]taiik»v«M%«»««%»«%««%«««%«,*««^«««,««,o*««i».***V....^JLa::«4 

l»*fi?^!?F'^*^ •jUefc'e Bank. rf/.w^»%v^wfcww<»w»v»^»»^»»»^yrf»^-^»*»»*»»w**»*»**«»t**«*^« 

^'^ik City BiiJik,-..^„...,..w.,vM.-..^..,*..- . .«...,mU.V..AUJ,-*u 

Bank County Bank,. 



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9^8 88 
068 08 

46croo 

48^98 
'< ' -^87-71 
1,828-24 
778' 88 
88T 71 
750 00 
644 88 
602 90 
658 84 
879 15 
375 00 
281 25 
875 00 
882 50 
750 00 
488 86 

875 00 
495 89 
866 n 
875' 00 
822 17 
58600 
666 00 

: 688 88 

750 00 

.480^00 

ft«0 00 
.801.46 

616 88 

. 875*00 

^8 58 

1876 66 

876 00 
1,880 41 
X 944 04 

' .8T5 00 

..160^00 

It88il79 

: a^il^f 05 

SI .'.-•''i'ji60>'4)6 

1 8»II0O 

^ . ^<O0 

mtM 

.i808^70 

• «t9 80 

600 00 



202 



BANK 



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I^tt^W BiBib^ 



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flhftwuo Bank, 

State Bank, 

State Bank of Wisoonsln, 
Seeond Watd Bi^iik|t**<«i-.- 
Sammit Bank,.. ...•••.••••••• 

St. Croix Valley Bank,.,t 
Union] Bank,.. 






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\JkBie9t]lt. 



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Walworth County Bank, vvv 

Wankeaha County Banki*....—' ••••.•••!:•?••••.••,•.!?••••'••••—•• 

Wheat Growers' Bank,........, ....... <....... ••. 

Wiflconsin Bank of Madison...... .......•• v** y.r ***— ^ 

WtBconein Marine and Pir^ Ins. Bank,. ..•• :•?••••• •^••* 



898 8S 
760 00 

3,812 ra 

677 76 
875 OO 
885. 6S 
601 29 
875 OO 
677 40 

. 81B 75 
29^88 

1,600 00 



1^0, 668 72 



SffATiMENT of amount received from the folUmiiig hOutm^ce Cmp^nie* 
€u license fee during th^ fiscal, year^ ending S^t 30, .18((5« 



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N^me .of C.oznpaitfw. .. 



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Groton Fire Ins. Co., N. T.,^ 

Morris Fire and inland In8.'Co., N. Y.,........^ 

New England MutuilXiifo Ins. Co., Boston, 

l^Telers' Ins. Ca,y Hartford,.... ^>^> 

International Fire Ins. Co* New. Tork,....«««. 
Phcsniz Ins. .Co., HartfoEdy^^*.. •••«•••— «•••* 

Bnokeye Ins. Co.,. Clereland^*. •* ...«.,.*.« 

■North An. Fire Ins* Cou, HaTtford»«.».»«^>.«»— «—>»—*»....».*■».«..•»....>. .^^ 

'NbW England Fixe.Ixuuiranca . Co.,. Hartford, >.^>.*>»^*«>,^>,.^..::..x 

WPestem Massaflh w setts Ins. Coi, ».**.*»...^. .MW<ij..*&Z.«iM.*.:.«»i 

Burtford Fire Ins..Cai, .Hartfbrd, «».*.iw.«^^»>...>,., < .^^^..^a \:^ 

Hodie FirflTnfl-CJQ.jNftwJaTftn^ - -^..-v.f.r 



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Merchants' Ins,, .Co. Hartfoxdy.».#». >♦•#•*>#♦♦*.« . »><»# . „^»* a..**. . ■»•**»>»»>*•. v... u 
" faie, ....•.••••do«««a«««««««.**.«««*M««*«*«.... .•••.•••••• •••••.•••••»«••«**•«•••» 

x' On Meoiiom<»*«.>«t«cto».»«.»^— »»•»<.»»<.♦<»»». j^»MN'»>**»»»»*»^M#»»#ww«.*#*A ^^#*.aM««M/«. 

FullOlt Fire TpM- fift-p rrrmnrftrv#|-rjrrTjjji.Ti jrt >^>-..^.«*^-.^.kjt.J 

' ^^rin^field Fixe, and . Mari ne Ldjl. Co.»d*».#— #»*.>m»»*<mm> «AMMM«»%v^A«wMiA.gM..i^ 
' W^item Ills*. .Go.^ BiiJSriJo,«*««««.«««««M««#«MM##«^«##^«'«*«*«A*«««««**k««i • ^.ti«>l' ^ ; 

>Ma«hattan,l4l6Q..Ias..GQ., * ,,„.^,^,^.^».,»..^,^^^^iU.i.ui»» 

^*agaTa jiwl Ji uw . \ 40.f*»«#*>...«.>.>»>»»«»»ifi>»»»#>»t»»*»»»»»»»»**#»»»»»M[****«>»j^*i 
'Bspbblio Fire las* •. Ciu,***— »«»#».»^»#»^w»*«i»»»*#*»*»»#^**M»*^ . Mw»>*«t jm* t. .« i «*»»« 

^ ^GteBiania Fire. Jus.. COv*»»»»..,i#.....»t»>»>»»»»^»M»%%»^*%%*«A^%»^%<^^%M»<i^»>t»<^«^.<«» 



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Aaioyer Ftrelnfl^Cx).,*.* 



..i>^.»«i»^^WM»»»^%%%V»*».%»»%%»M%»M^A»1 



I .jC6m Exoh4ngeIns».Ca.t«««**.««»«»««#»»»*####«###MM«#>**#AM^/4(«»*a^.(«Mo«*«iv«« 

HMh Amerioaa^FiraliuLCQ., fMttf»Mft##M*M»»m«f»MMf*»A4io#^* 

t' ji ^B a ine niai 4?4re.liis«.Cft^».»»»M»»»»»»»»tt»«»y*»»>»»»»»w/»t»/^>».v»»»M^;».^/*J<M^** 
V Anew s^ire UA* vo «, w— a* •**• »» jtf.—»»#^M^»» p»*»^*p»»» p^pf^^pp^ppff tp m * •«< ttM» ^ *i#* ^ 
NQsmania Bife Xoju .Ciw^««««««««^* •*«.• %%«ma* «.%««« wapi««««%m/a%\\^^mw^v(.\«* «< <»«n \ * * > m 1 "21 



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AiaouQt. 



1600 00 

: 6«»oo 

60000 

fiOftJOO 

L6toil8 

m)78 

12i«0 

801)17 

. »')M'70 

14B 76 

.I,i46i07 

: M8 79 

10:7 94 

2^Mr'86 

>\ M7l21 

v-«;46 

17^44 



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].74r.06 
87r:90 

■,.:fl.|*W.-47 



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/,,i..,6l6'i46 
?:;'»-.-.l»0i«7 

y.j:,v,-ilftT'28 



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208 



INSXTRANGE LIOBNSS— eontinned. 



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■ - 'Wiibdiuigioik Inf* Co«y •»«»>»•*»»•*•>••■■■ » ■■•»>—»» »-»»»««»»**->^»>»»« >—•»'» *«w>< ****** 
" 'City Vir6 I&8»Co»2l0W«HsT0n|**M*MM**»»*»»*»<»*»*»*w»*«M«*.. ■••*•.. fc««:M*«»c»»» 

•Ooiuiebliout MaiuftLLifelu. Co^^..^^**, » ^ - *. 

Alurter Oak Eir»«ndBCaciB8 Ini.Co^- ^ .^.^ 

vmMvwf (/&k jlu0 inB « t/ Ow »»»»«»»— *>•——>•»•«>••»> «»»«>«^«*» >••••««•# 

Muliift) Ib0. Co., Baffalo, 

Paric Ina. Co., 

4Slaai4ard Fife Int. Co., 

Saenriiy Ins. Co., N. 7. Fire branoh,.... • 

Oemmon wealth Ina* Co., N. Y.,- ;.... 

Maaaaaoit Ins. Co., ....•^•^..(••^..^••..•••.•••^^.„»».... 

Beaolnte Fire Ins. Co.,.. 

KorihweaterB- laaw Co.,*.»..». « '.,., 1.. :••... 

Metropolitan Iiia» Co.)Mvi*.^««»**^««^^«««*«««*««««r ••••.4.k«'»».**« 

. UT«zpool and London and Globe Ina. Co.,...<«......«. «»... 

PlHniuz Ina* Co.,»«..««.*,,.......«r»..«»..*..« 

* iSina Ina. Co^>» 

- Mereantile Ibb. Co., • 

Mnrket Fire Ina. Co., 

fione Ina. Co, •••••....■..• •.....«• 

Lamar Ina. Co., 

■ Bifnitable LlHi JlaanranoeCo.,.. ^ 

Conuneroial Ina. Co. ...,»»..4.. 

Howard Ina. Co.,....i , 

ProTidence Waabington Ina. Co.,» 

HuibattazpFire' Ina. Ce........ 

ICutnal BeneM lifb Ina. Co.,. 

' gew Amaterdam Ina. Co., 

* Ifutual Ufe Ina. Co., 

New England Mnttfal Life Ina. Co...... 

-Colombia Fire Ina. Co., 

Oolunibian Marine loa. Co., , 

* lierr(8F)r«%AdIntaNidltaB.Oo., .v 

Waahington life Ina. Co.,*,.,.:../..^.i,.i ^•••...w**^,*.*..^.....;...„,.,*j 

A.tlaniio Fire Ina. Co.|m* .••....•...•• * 

; Adriatic Fire InB'.Ca.i...v.....v...;.v........v........ 

' " Jf^w York-Life' Ina; Co.,..'.:.;..'.'..;. ..•...:;•...,;..... 

|;TOroantfle MntnaMna; Co.,..;.;.;-...;;.;..:;;.;;... 

^J'greroort Ftre* Inr. Co.; '•....'...:..'.'.*.'.'.'..;'.'.;:.'.'.;;;; 

[lEbme Lifeinv. Co.,....v..;;;v.v...:;v.v.....;.......;;'. 

PllOBnix Lii^fBB. Co. HMtfa rt,u..;..;,:;;;:;;;:;:.;;;;;...;..:;;;;;;J;!:..;;!;:i;3'^'? «*1 '80 
I^OTideni Life,.. •. .;..'.•.; •• .•.;;.*.. . ■. . v. • vv. ^ ll ' ' ' '' ' '* WO 00 

$91,419^ 49 



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fr«4 

11024 
IH 19 
98 78 
1^ 717 26 
ISl 72 
. 866 47 
808^62 
217 69 
182 26 
94 68 
826 07 
60 66 
124 69 
110 22 
^ 867 48 
870 88 
660 86 
841 92 
662 26 
28 91 
46 91 
8, 116 64 
117 71 
446 19 
m 09 
66 46 
18»41 
688 18 
409 18 
• 178 '48 
1, 862 41 
87 60 
82 60 
1,240 00 
1 81^ 
'. u^'^-^^ 06 

^^ ttl.04 

•^"'^'^'fla 64 






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204 

Statement of amount of License fee received from the foUowing Railroad 
• '"OBii^atiies during the fUcal year etiMi)^ ^UnfAer 30, 1865. 

Mineral Point) Railroad Company, ^... $1,566 88 

[iiCUeago & Northweatom Railroad Company, #>.i.^». r- 42^<238 02 

ISJfiikdiaon & fialoit ,«.—*>.«■■■■. do«.>«.>^»»>.»— *«>.>•# >fc»««Afci».*«.».«*w«»A.i* ''^^fii^^Q^ 

r lCkl4ago & MPwftukfi^i 11 ^^ «»»»»«■>«>—»» M* • •'« .^ ..«•«.>. w ^ T'j'MT /04 

• "Bftoino & ]|iflti8aJlppi«.........^»«»»do.«*«.«..........M*««*»«^»j^i'«»il.v..v.,«..*«».«k J ^iB^ddtl-.^S 

'<:3lilwatilEee & Prairie. du.Cluen...dA •— •*..«.w*;.;.iMJ.4iliJL..«.^.. 41,fiiB. ^ 

. \LlkCroMe ft. Miliraiikae do.*.... ..^(^..•^i.x«^^U/.I«iu^4.....«4 ^;U» W 

' iMiltrankee>&.&L. Paul do>. ...,.......«..«...«: ' 42^008 18 

'iSiieboygan & ^ond da. .Lac...«i^<»do. a'A..^*.4il^^ i. 1668 40 

'• . Vil» .... . *:' I f ' ■■ ■ imi tii I* 

S'-. $17 6, »M* ^6 

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.""»• (' .... .li . '.Tc' '»■• '5 . / . . ' -^7 /f.itiO'-'., 

' StatemeiS^t.^/ amowU received fttcm- the fMokoikg Plmih Bomk dwf^g 
'• AeJUc(ayearm<i^'Septemher^^l^ - V"**' '• 



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' • Milwaukee ft. arefittJBaj Plank Road, , ,.,•..*..,«♦...-... - $U00 

WKvpun, Fond.dn Lao.ft Soreat Plank Road,....,.»,M. .■■.■■>» .j.»«»m.m • - 88^74 

ir HUwankee ft .Wa»hlngJUw»««%*^.»^%>%**it.^.do •m.4«;M;i*o»«i-i.%i*c«««**-« - 6 ;68 

. MUvankee ft. JanaaTille* ••..«,«w4o«*«..m^%*.«««....w.«**««««»«o«...« ii^'87 

. 'rMSliraukee ftPoAd da XAciM«...^.^....«««..do#« ..* *••• • ^ .86 75 

•' ■ .. ^ 3 I I I n il » 

* >„ *^ •$116 49 

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• /• I , - . - - . -n-ui ' ■ 

I'll " 

I 1 ' ' ' r t ' 

'^'SoMteiieNt o/ amo2m< recetvec^ from the. foUo$mlng Telegraph ChMpenBies 
!'• '^ring the JUealyear^ ending 'SepiemherSOj 1865^: -. ' ' 

;4N^pi W68t#^Te^flgrapkCpnipanjrj^. •••••• ••••••««/j..«««t«f.i^ • : i(61 75 

'- iW^tem Unlcu •..f......«.«.ido,«^«....«»..».......«.«......«.f.f«f«...f^).t««.*..*««.*. ; 16 00 

lUIIIOlS S lai88lB8ippi.*..*.*dO..««.«.««.««««.t«..«.«.t««««*»..**rp'.^«,«*.*f .•••«•««••.• , 3, oO 

BMine ft Mi88i8Bippi........dp...v-...v....v^ 17 '60 

I I " 

p » $1^ 10 

^ '• •• . ••«. >...•«..!........ / ^ ; . -I • • 



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SCATEMS9T }^. amomi receiviii. ai tice»te fepifir^m Bmoker^ and Peddkrs 
auring the fiseai year ending September. 30^ 1865.< 



^ ^ ^ ^ - J, --, .<• • ■• - 

f Jfimen ft Bros., .^..mm....^.^ $40/00 

V O^HiU,... ,.,...... r -XO-00 

,. fSweji ♦ » ** 10^ 

^; JM fiilTerman, «.....'.;.',.'..;;'..'...;.... ^...^..^MM*-*- 6(^«W 

f^fmok Jo8n8on.*..... .........:......f... ..♦..• - Ift^W 

/.[K-lSeiiirtrSi^.............:; :..........;.;.:........:!v.J............ .... .-sooo 

JoBepk Chrof%.V....l.......... ..•...,... ..,..:.,.......,'.,','.',',. l6 00 

rjJB^arqdf^...^ 10 00 

$180 00 



205 



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Statxmint of the anumni received from the foUowimg eoimlief on acamikt 

of Bwmne^ Sua :Vm md fmf <lpifWi^.:>«^. BfW f M<Wi Sftl^trntk^ 
30th, 1865. 



GOVHTIES. 



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AdAins^^ «f..».. .,...:....: 

Asbland, ;•..•••• ^•'y** •••••-.'• 

BrbWH) •••••••••••••«••• •••••»•• ••♦^•^••^••••••iii..ii 

A5tMialO|*>«*«««*a«»»^* ••••*• •••«••»*« '^^A^'M ka**^***! •••• 

Cliippeiru, /...:•......: 

Crawford...... 

Dane,.. 

Dodgel 

VoOTf ^ 

PonglM, 

DUAII, 

Ran CUdre,.... 
Fond da Iao, 
Grui^ •...«•••• 

Oroon, 

0r«0n Lake,.. 

Iowa,.. 

Jaokson, 

Jofforson,.*. • . . • 

Junoaii,.. 

Kowatmoe, .... 

BleaoBha, ...... 

Iia CroMO,.... 

lAFayoUo,.... 

LaPointo^ 

Kanitowoo, ... 
Maraihon...... 

Marquotie, ... 
Milwankoe, .. 

koaroe^.. 

Ooonio, 

Outagamie,... 

Ofauee, 

Pepin, 

Pieroe, 

Polk,. 

Portage^ 

Eaelne^.. 

KieUand, .••• 

Book, • 

81. Croix...... 

flaik,.. 

fihawano,|..**« 
ikeboygan, .. 
tHapealeaiii 
Teraoa......... 



u 



BeTenue. 



f», »6 29 

297 14 

6,972 W- 
8,060 86 
8,680 68 
2^397 70 
2,764 47 

22, 914 68 
4,641 60 

61, 668 60 



42,947 
1,869 
1,488 
4,988 
4,181 

87,887 

29,626 

20,626 

10,990 

14,106 
8,766 

26,119 
6,979 
1,669 

28,199 
7,918 

17, 818 

688 

6,806 

4,700 

2,766 

90.792 
6,064 
8,717 
7,868 
8,768, 
662 
6,470 
2,192 
6,106 

26,466 
6,966 

62,181 
7,406 

10, 496 
1,884 

19,146 
8,817 
8,649 



22 
71 
86 
41 
82 
68 
20 
41 
06 
86 
90 
96 
44 
18 
82 
42 
29 
01 
74 
98 
87 
64 
84 
64 
72 
166 
81 
68 
88 
92 
08 
88 
62 
21 
16 
48 
68 
66 
07 



Suit Tax. 



fll 00 



4!»00 
WOO 



82 00 



70 00 

20 62 

184 00 



64 00 
12 00 
10 00 



20 00 
80 00 
98 00 
64 62 
84 40 
28 00 



86 68 
17 00 
1 00 
171 00 
49 46 
12 00 



21 00 

18 00 

16 00 

696 60 



28 00 

29 00 

19 94 

20 00 
42 00 



41 00 
79 00 
7 00 
186 00 
86 00 
64 00 



12 00 
88 00 



Finee. 



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86 60'^ 



20 00 

18 62 



69 02 



126 26 



81 86 



18 72 



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62 68 

101 00 



142 00 

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24 60 
462 46 
141 00 



98 00 



82 84 
145 68 



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Waii$aray..l...ivr *•«• 






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41, 416 00 
18, 682 06 
87, 658 74 

6.069 10 
•6,182 40 1 
17, 888 78 

2,242 29 



1780,766 07 



66 94 
61 09 
88 62 
2100 
BOO 
112 OO 
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166 91 



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Dunn,. 



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Grant), 



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Green Lake,... 

Iow«,~ 

Jaokflon, 

Jefferson 

Jnnean,... 

Kewaunee, .... 

Kenoeha, 

La Crosse, 

La Fayette 

LaPointe, 

Manitowoc, .... 

Marathon, 

Marquette,..* ••< 
Milwaukee,.... 

Monroe,.. 

Ooonto, 

OQtagainie,^.... 

Oiankee, 

Pepin,.. 

Pieree, 



Polk,. 

Portage,.. 

Radne, 

Riehland, 

Rook,.. 

St Croix....... 

Sank,.. 

Shawano, 

Sheboygan,.. 
Trempealeau, 
Yemon, 



School Fund 
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Drainage 

Fund Income, /r 



108.^ 

94^42 



1, 448 OS 
471 96 
167 78 
4, 718 62 
1,869 44 
8, 671 92 



7,997 10 

402 96 

81 88 

628 80 

677 12 

6, 894 02 

6, 028 08 

8, 777 06 

2, 177 64 

4, 168 86 

861 00 

6, 182 72 

1,726 46 

1, 119 18 

2,261 82 

2, 127 96 

8,786 72 

60 14 

4, 610 68 

487 60 

1, 810 08 

12, 480 26 

1,868 40 

622 10 

2,068 66 

8,189 64 

482 08 

880 90 

279 22 

1,841 82 

8,980 24 

2,841 86 

6,622 16 

1,091 12 

8, 769 68 

149 04 

6,088 98 

700 68 

2,299 08 



216 10> V 






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187 82 
61 it 
42 27 

264 16 
18 62 

886 62 
4 98 

807 16 

346 89 



84 98 

162 77 

220 61 

7 00 

12 21 
169 47 

18 20 
122 69 
204 60 
246 44 
248 88 

10 64 
288 69 



872 27 

92 80 

460 96 



482 66 

941 87 

686 60 

21 29 

61 60 

46 62 

42 21 

876 98 

78 

2 68 

6 17 

2 29 

162 06 

897 84 

70 61 

162 94 

84 00 



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Walworth,.-,.*-* 
WashinfftoD, — 

Waokeua,- 

WaupMi, 

Waa8liaTa,.^M. 

WiwiilMgo, 

Wood, 



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Ineomo. 



4»S06 24 
4,891 64 
5,004 84 
1,921 42 
1,866 20 
4, 929 86 
406 26 



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88 17 

41 51 
760 18 
666 42 
164 88 
296 65 



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Sx ?;J^^^?22K;:»;*fv-f •'•§'•«* 5^/ •-•-•^ •? ..-..wBtow* Count/.. . 

FRANlK S. LAWKEITCe; ,..Jaiie8YilU,.,* ,..1 lEtook County. 

^Hl'. D. BICOWJ....:.....:'.! ....irmtAwha,.......;;.;.;: 1fi^uk«ilii| C<wnly. 









ifi. .Hk GXIi£bi^<*t«it'*«M*f«««*«t><v«>Stouautona«viif>««f*M .,....dmo v/onnty., 

lBl.''i. MAflW,.;.,..:;....^ ;.//;AMlet6tf; J,...:.'. <^rt4«m^eedtey. ' 

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210 
OFPI0BR8 OF THE BOARD. 

S. H. GIU8, Pruidmt, E. W. TOUNG, Vice Pre$idM, 

lEANK 8. LAWRENCB, Sterttofy, SIMEON MILLS, 7WM«r«f. 

Mxeeulm am»ifl»f«--6IME0N MUfl^.W. H. TAYLOR^ €« D. ROBINSON. 

BESIDBNT 0FFIGBB8. 

Dr. A. H. VAN NORSTRAND, Si^jteriniendinL 
Dr. J. W. QAWTEH, AuUUtnt Pkyneian. 

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TRUSTEES' REPORT. 

To Hii Excellency i Jakes T. Lewis, Governor : 

In compliance with the proYisions of law contained in the organic act, 
we have the pleasure cf|^oe|ri1|^ aubnutftt^g our Annual Report, for the 
year ending SeptemWr 30^ ld65. 

The usual degree of Buoceafli mi prgeperitT has attended the affairs of 
the hospital, both internally and externally, during the past year, as in 
former years. 

The financial affairs oi the iqititnti<Mi are in a good and healthy con- 
dition, and haTC been kept within the limits of the appropriations, not- 
with9tandb^ the increased cosi- of artidea of food avd msterilils necessary 
i^. itU w^&re of the hospil&T. ' At the date of the lai^t i'ap^t there, was 
remainiiig in ..tb^ hwii^. .pf (H^ tr^aaursK, iJb,^ sum qf ioLMS . II. The 
legislatuve of last winter, approprtaifted the sum of $10,000 to eorer deficit 
in current expenses which had accrued during the last part of last year. 
The further sum of $40,000 was appropriated {or the year 1865, making 
a total for current expenses,' the sum of $60,000. Of this sum there has 
been paidiout v/pon the warrants of. tilie anperintendent said a«cret«ry,'Ae 
tM^if $49jlM 04, leaTine a balance itt tb« hand»of the treastrer at 
this date, of $6,8^5 07. For a detailed itatement gf - expenditureSi y(te 
are nW^^f^^J referred t6 the d^tallecl rej^rts of the superintendeni and 
treasurer, berowith appendeJT. 

An aj^propriation was also made last winter of $2,500 for the purpose of 
purchasing an additional ^uantM^ ai UkvA for the use of the hospital. At| 
the semi-annual v&eeting of the board in April last, it instructed the 
exe0:^tii?;e cononitiee to ml^li:^ t1i'6j^t^chase of ou^ liwAred acres of laud, 
lying mnik^t i94 conUfgioiip io m irnkSitntf ivixe!kmi^ for the use of tbe 
kespitalM<f ropoaala haTing beearecelfed flram.tha.awneia fot the aale «f 
said laiid« lor eompliaMC wiih theinslraeiioBe reeeived) the ezeo'ttiye 



til 

- and ittflMont deeds, and paying' llierefoi^ Ulie ftum ' itppre^nated, \h., 

' SiQC^ the piaMlM«6'df the land, ilne d^p^lfiptcftiddtit has, with Mis ti^nal 
iaetaoid energy^ bleAtcA firdA Utidisir-btiifih Kttd'>i^ttblilsli ti^tly forty \6re8, 
fitting itfdf the ploKu*^ patic^f wliicb'befft alreltidy been broVen and rti&dy 
for«rop8 in the api^ng^^iio ibat Wheti'llt^'kind ils'eflofoaed witb a feDCsit 
0Mi'te(>iifiad4'ftT«l]ab1e fbt the1)«ttefit ef tine inBtittitioii. A |>o'rt?6ti of this 
tract of land has bee»:ter7 liicliy'aiidf |adic$0U8ljr'tdf apart fdt (Cemetery 
parpo8ea> tl»iniby rennoring a tWy seri^^s obirtAcIe to'tbeiMelfkt'e of l^be 
paitienta^ wbo, itt taking th^iv ciMtevaary oat dc^dr ezerenie, Vere necte- 
earilj obHged to pass near and riK^ghtof tbe o9d bariat g^onnda/Wb^re 
. a nmnber of pati^lrtff bad been bui«led. In remotliig tbe btliab, 'ete., tbe 
supieribtendent has supplied tbe bospital witb nearly tbree bnndre^ dol- 
lars' wortb of fuel, wbiob will redact tbkt item of ezjpenfiBe to tbat %i(ikiit. 
In order tbat tbe land may be made speedily available for Kfae iraiits 
and comfort of tbe institntion, it is absolutely necessary tbat it sboold be 
enclosed witb a good and substantial fence of some kind. Neitber tbe 
trostees or superintendent baye felt warranted since tbe purchase, to draw 
from tbe current expense fund an amount sufficient for tbat purpose, 
trusting tbat tbe legislature will, during tbe coming session, make an 
appropriation sufficient^ for tbat purpose. 

It is also necessary tbat an appropriation should be made for the pur» 
pose of building a suitable root or yegetable cellar, ice bouse, etc. We 
are certain that in point of economy it will be for the interest of the state 
to do so. We> wo^d therefove,r0$pectf411y pray of ^tlie l^islature tbat 
they make a special aspropriation of one thousand dollars for the pur- 
pose of femeUig tbe land, building a Tegatable or loot oritar, ice house, 

Tbe utmost harmony and^ good feelingi so essential to the prosperity 
aiid success pf the tmst placjed n^4^ our oliarge, continues. to ^ai be- 
tween the board of trustees and the resident officers of the hoapiUU • 

For a full and complete history of the workings of tbe internal affairs 
of tbe hospital, ^we r^f^r , you to tjie. report of the sijperintendjBnt, here- 
with anpended ; also to the reports of the executive and .visjit^n^ commit- 
tees, also accompanying this* \!. 

The attention of thelegislature was called at its last pessioa io the im- 
portant nece^ity.of proVioing more iwrnisif the treatment of that unfor^ 
tnnata claaa.of persons £or whosa benafit tbe hospital was founded and 
erected) A WUto that* effect waaintrodticed and succeasfully passed one 
house^ but- during^ its passage through (he other it become strangled and 
never thereafter saw the light of dajr^ .Hsa^^ the necesaiin: we fe^ Qurselires 
under efagfupi.^aniAg.tlxe.aitontion.of.tlMtlegislature during the coming 
sessioA to this important matter, . Tha 'hospital is now full to its utmost 
working e^^city , l|aviag> «ne hundred aftfd ' 'seventy •'seveilf pattenfs under 
treati^fcnt Baomhaving been provided,' ^pif many of these by discbarg- 
ing a bumber of honetess and ino^^ during last jear^ as atated 

in ouf last report. jSTe arfi.iiow Seating %b1^ about thirty-five per cent 
of the insane of the atate,. leaving the raasaiaing sixty-five per cent, with- 



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out aoy of- the adraniages or £ioiUfcMp fos whicb .tk<e iBBtitotiMi wm* def 
signed. The. subject oi enlafging Ibe iM^pital iinvery «bly aad faUy dia- 
onased in the report of the saperintendent, setting forth the many disad- 
vantages under, wbioh the iinti^tiou Jabors for tibe wani ijthereo£ . With 
tho.arrangement0 i^id opjiiioBs' therein exprensed; the board foUy.ooaour 
.and respectfully ask qf tl^ members of tho HgisUtuice' atd of the people of 
..the state at )arge a careful p^ruial of that document.: We t(bei«(ove oor- 
diaUy uzdjte with hin^of asking a^ aipmropriatiM of otie .hmtdied ibMBs- 
and dollars, forrthe purpose of .eoie^giioig the hoepAlal*' - i ; < . 

We also r)9speotfnlly ask of the legifMature an app? opr ialtOB of fturty 
. thousand dollars for ^^meut expciiisea during the oomiDg year« Ooi|^- 
.meudii^.the iifptitutipu to jtheir uttbeution i^nd oa«e>; and tuvitingftom 
..themtheiclosiBstiiorfitiQy into our ;oi£oial aoM by oommittee or etheniiae. 

H. H. GILESi, Preaidettt 
7uAV^ S« LAWJas9?o«, Seoretaiy* 
Hadiaon, Ootober l9t» lt^65. , . . ., i . 



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To the TrmteeB of ike Tr«ieofMU|'£te£B>£(Mptta^ylr'«lU hitane: 

GiNTLiMiN — Again we have reached the, end of our o^oial year, and 
it is zny duty to make the sixth a'tinual tepott. ' 

Another year has passed with ^he liemal intertnix^gltDg of pleasures, 
cares and anxieties of b latge and helpless household.' We. feel td thank 
a kind Providence for the gdod J)hys{cal health' of those' cdminitted to 
our care, and Wr the mtSj vho'nave' been *f evicted to reason while 
receiving our earnest dfforti^ to 'licebttipltsh tha;t result' 
At tbe close of the last offixsial year, 8ept 80. 186^ we ha^ baiients ia hoB- 

' piul, ..: ..; ......;..1;;....*.....Z..;.: .!:; Z 170 

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ftiittilei^aJl.«tf«4«««.«..«.Uik.ft'*«u«^u4..«ii..v 'M 
j.Xlisre have l^en adBg4Ued dMfiM ^a^yep^^.M^^.M^ii r4i ••«.«••.«. A <... 87 

' 'IHktylff Amtther reoelvhitf benefits of hospital,:.; ......i....;: M...1.'....... ' 257 

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, 7hsffe^%Tf b«f 1^ 4isphaif ^ diif|^.t]ii9 «fViM!..-j*iv^.- vny-MMMo^.i^^..^... 80 

^> Le^fiBg Bdif> hospfiiff, :;v...v...:.....aM.:.ii...: •..a'a..?a. it? 

• iai«les,...«..;..;;..4..:j.,4.«i..;..L..M......w. ' 80 



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O^Unsa di0o1iarg«d{tk«r0 hAt^ r0BoMMd,~«^^*4../.j ;..; 8S 

. . I : :jii«itott.ijn|>r<}vf(l,..^».i <*j.w«.. 17 

... ... ; ,,!, improyea^.j.^ -.i..„...v .:,..«,.»...^ . a- 

t ummi^roM ., ,.^...„, , . 9 

^ ' ; diea,..«.« ^...— ^ 18 

Th93e x^portfdd macli improved were.^ch as,,haviog samp delusions or, 
oiher morlbid peculiarities remaining, wexG- still able to fitt^nd to ordinary,, 
buflineps and make themsfelyes- useful tu&jpberfk pf sQcjetj. Those im- 
prayed were suoh.as had r^Qoyerf^d .froqii.^.the dif»p03iti^<;^ to. improprieties 
of oo^duet, and jcoul4,be safely and ple^pntj^qared fyi^ at home, though, 
TT^thont hope! of th^ir entire recoveryw ^. ., 

Of ^hpae unimproved, two eloged. and sbven. were removed upon the . 
order of tho superintendent, to male joom for the reception of more 
hopeful CAse^,|. . , . , 

Of «le«tli9j ^ we»# fi'6m phChiMs.' 

, r : 1 ■ d& valvalar ditfeasft of heart. ; 
. , 2. . ^ feilMpteation from ao«l9)mapia. 



^^ ...8 do . do. cibroniQanania. 

1 * do oMorosls. 



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1 do general paralyeis. 

1 • do ' inllful Belf-vlol«iMe. '' 

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Tile phyttidiil heatth of the lioti^dhold has been excellent during the 
past year, none hating snfi^red from ttnj ^piddmic or endemic disease, 
except daring the last ten days we ha,d eleven cases of acute miasmal 
dysentery. 

'When we take into consideration tho extreme state of exhaustion In 
which Akany patients are received, and the subseaxieiit persistent deteir- 
miimti6tf of tatifij to t Ad no nouilishni^hi, we feel that the per cent, tt 
deatisis'eteeeBingly fnnal), and tQust be attribtxted to a.healtbjr locality^ 
pkin, irholeBome, well cooked' Food, and' regular eilerbSBd in the varioui^ 
wayj nstiiilly enjoyed at similar instftutiohs in tlrfs cptttttry. 

Wd hftVebeen compelled to dlschalrge several inctifiible cases during the' 
las<t yearte ^make rooth for oceurrinc recent cases, a duty performed 
witb intrA r'tiiifef an6e, knowing that they were iilmch snore comfortable; 
wttli iis'lhaftihey eexxld be in the county reoeptaclea, or even, in moat' 
oases, with relatives, but tbe law is imperative, recent cases mxtst be 
admitted; fhe- hopeless open must be retttrned ' wnence they came; ^ch 
mthst b& the'cftile in fUtnife nn^ such time as our legislature will canry[ 
ott (M expressed wish of our tax-burdened but generous people. 

in mf jMt'teport I stated that f* ^e had in the state 5^0 insane and' 
idletic peftens, as. shown h;^ the census of 1860, aotd that probably the 
excitement of tlie la6t fom^years^ of civi) war and its conseqnenoes would 
largely 4norea8e the nunlh^i that "we^ were, then takii^g care of less than:' 
thurtyM;^ per cent, of thefle utifbttnniites f^ at the pnssent time the per 
c6At;rirnisi(^t)^le88. Itl ^9ew of 'the filci$ then set forOi; therebitlves of 
the 'insane^ thoise^ wljo looked oi^ the' hiimanjtarfati side of flnanoial 
qtiestione, atid the Mp^^ of the llt^snital, with whom I earnestly ea- 
opertttisd, made ftvl eff(5)^Ho lay before the lenslature such petitions and 
information as was ibrward^d to us from* all sections of our state. The 



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people nobly responded to our efforts, eest up petitioBfl aigsed by hvad- 
reds upon handreds of the best and irealtmeet oiticena. Not a aingle 
remonstranee was placed on file in either house ; the joint oommittee on 
benoYolent institntionB unaBimoosly reported in favor of enlarging the 
house, after a most laborioas and carefal investigation ; the bill passed 
an able and oonseryatiye senate, but wa^ most unezpcotedly lost in the 
house of the people — the assembly. 

The friends of the insane will make another effort with the next legis- 
lature, and I trust they will succeed. If an insane hospital is a necessity 
of the age, which I trust all will admit, it is just ts necessary that ft be 
large enough to admit all who properly seek its benefits; ten cents each 
from our one million of inhabitants would be sufficient ; not one would 
refuse it. • 

The principal objections raised by those who refused the measure sup-* 
port, were the long distance from the city to the institution, and a desire 
to have one in some other part of the state* The first objection we 
answered by acknowledging the long distance, (eix miles in summer and 
three and one-half in winter,) and the large expense in obtaining con- 
veyance to us from Madison both for visitors and persons on business, 
but we feel this inconvenience to be small compared with the gr%%t natural 
beauty of our grounds — ^high, dry, more than sttffioiently covered with 
native tree$, finely and gently sipping to the shore of one of ithe most beau- 
tiful lakes in the world, retired &pm the busy scenes of «omnieroe| just 
ihe place, to afford that mental rest sp necessary to the poor exhausted and 
excited maniac — their walks, rambles, pleasure excursions, and as they ap* 
preach recovery, labors* not intarfenoed with by visitors about the groanwf 
^eagerly in searol^ of marvels. The second objection, vis., a desire for 
another in5tltutii:>n in some other part of. the state, has akotsome fi^vnda^ 
tion for support — more convenience of accefis for distant locatities, less 
expense in reaching it, etc^ but when it is remembered, that ]^ith oiv 
present room it is impossible to have inore than three dlass^s ofickaeb sex,- 
while the best institatLon^ of this and other countries have from nine ito 
twelve, thus avoiding the^ necessity of associating persons of iuefrnp^tible 
temper and .habits--^a Joo^ttier of much impprtanoe in the treatment of 
menti^ diseases. With ou^ limited classification it is imposBJiUe.lio malqe 
this a first class inatitution. ^ f, ; . . v- i .• - 

This last argument has.b^en met in many instanced Vy the proppntion, 
to devote this to the .reception of the incuxably insane, iwhioh seems at 
first sight to be a very proper thing to dor-setparate^ the incurable and 
demOAted from the curable ; but when we liaye thoroughly axamdned the 
proposition, takon it home to our fireaidets^ applied it to our own dear 
ones, we bf^gin to have doubts as to its,, propjneiy« When we are asked 
who is to decide when our friendsi wife, 8on^'d«\ig^ter, father, mother, 
have reaohea incurabiUty we abruntly pausfs, xt. has placed the question 
in .a new light, it had not occurred to us that one or more of ^ose dear 
to us .mighty be subject to such a deobion. The decision might be xnade 

Sa sunerixitondent.who hatf spent the best day» and ni^hto of his life in 
9 study an4 treatment of m^tal diseases, still his judgment is eubjeot 
to human fra^ties, and liable to err; a few cases oocur to almost every. 



siq^exint^ndefBi who lure long .beoa-rjMu^ as ^j^losfti w}^ Tei^.^v.^: 
deiilT and unexpectedly reooYored. The profe##ion, in wte oo]i^il^j,ara 
nearly unanimonalyoppoeed to, the proposition, amoQg iirhpm we^^oan 
name Dxs. Hills» Onndry, Wjalker, Gurv«n, :MpI'arlapd, TyUif, Foe^ 
Bend, Chiplejr^ ^irkbridor and many othem, all sentlemen or jnnoh ez' 
perienei — " — * '^'^^ *^ *^ :-a^-j--i- ^^. - - -- - 

&May 

"thisii 

the hands of political eqonomistSy ^ho cojald not oQmjiTehend anything, 

beyond amounts in dollars and cents) were we to irith4raw imourabl^s 

when they were so Talnable in aiding the oases of the onrables?'' etOf 

Dr. Kirkbride did noi think it economy CTer to do wrong-r-be thonght , 

ihe separation idea a wrong one. This is certainly good authority. , i 

Another season which will hayo weight with utilitarians is thi^txn of^^' 
institution, especially where a large fiurm ie oocv^ied, there is a Tery larg» 
amount of labor to be donoi such as .preparation of fuel, work in engine ; 
house, laundry, about the bare, ampng the cattle, swine and poultry, in 
the flower and yegetable garden, among the.grow^g. crops, and in many 
oiher places. This can mostly be done by patients ptzfo^peny selected ; the 
seleetioQ must be from incurable^ chronic and reoo^yering case^» Yery £&w , 
recent eases ara benefited by labors the result would oe with tixe two in* , 
stitutions, one would haye,a yery large surplus of labor, the other would 
be compelled to hire the labor that would be oheerfiflly performed by, 
patients, if they were not pteclud^ by the fi^paratiou ^ran^emen^. But 
a better reason, than many of th^ foregoing iS| that in your in^titu^on ^' 
iaourabiles much difficulty would b® e^qperienced in procuring aproper per- 
son to take charge of it^.a man cjf eyen noble aspirations and gre figPQd*«. 
neai^ of hearty, (if suoii a on^ yKmii accept the position at all), .wbula tire 
of a^l^b^rso ba^Ton pf result^ j neyer seeing th^ enliyening ray a of rea^" 
sou returning to a single sn^j^ot of his long yea^ of care^ he would be? . 
come disQouragied, candeas and inefficient, ,or resign his piaoe to leas 
aspiring hands. Oh, no I Let thse two olassTemain together in the same inr; 
st^mtion, one to cheer the other on ; the cures in. ox^e class partially oomr' 
ponpating the officerai of these |;reat beneyolenciea jfor their mpjuths ^Jid. 
years of anxious cai^e of both cksses. An institutLon deyoted to the in« 
curable insane would bepome an opprobrium to ciyilization in leps than , 
teu jearf. ^ , ^ . 

* No, let U4 not separata the .curable from the lucurable ; let the' humahe 
join hi^ds fM*d finish the gifesent building accot^ing to. the origmal plan, 
xhe.ezpenae for engMiehoufe, engine, bpHera^laundrjr, centre house, ^- 
oes, would all haye to be ^reincurred if another institution is buQt. ^ n e ^ 
should haye two hospitals ou ouf. hands and np possibility ^f making a 
firsi^ilass institution of, either o^ thenu , Those who are ambitious of 
haying a hospital located near them will soon haye an opportunity of iao- 
Qopphshing their purposeiualefs thf present rapid mwth of our state is 
ua^xneotedW interifeie4 w^th. . Ver ji^pnt,. with muca le^s than half ouc 
population, haf^more than twice o^x pij^ylsion for the insane. Massaohii- 
setts, with many less, than twi|!;e our numberj of , inhabitants, has pight, 
tunes as much raom for insane. Kow, if ,rooK-bound, sterile NewBng- 



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luni Qin dflbrd' t|iis, ctMot Ve/fkiMft o^r ge*^rortfs soil; tffoM^t^'b^ a 1ft- 

Whiit I'tiaM'ia mv ^pof^ iMtlyear abotitl^e (^ondiiiibtt; tflyVb&imaAe' 
conlln^d in tS« jkilfi.and t^^r lKmi^(^B; Imi^i repekt in tbte rnid^^d mm^h: 
tlLer^to. pn^ ^i^9e perluijis Trill suffice/ the langijifage' (KMntainibe itpi>lN 
ci^tf^ ^r'fafltnSssibu of a patient, in ifhesewdfdB;- "For' thfe last four or 
five ireekr lite vas <JOniSii«d i^ <tlid cotlnty ' jail, where no* ptiyper cate bt 
atieiition wivs ^v%n Ufin;'Ae wis ktnfift'SO'fill^yihatfWeritfitaf ofaWled e>^^ 




autecripti 

mskue hoapit^t/' Tlirs- language' neetfe no -comment, ft Wag written -by- a 

worthyoificer of otirktefcrmy, . i ' .' ., ! '''•'•' 

Oar wards halve b.een^owded to their utmost 'feapaefity*;^N*fftg Ae |)4Bt 
year, contiLining thirty paHents mbre than shoiild ocdiipy tbeiti*^8om6 of 
the associated dohinto^ies' being occupied bV fihom.fireto'' ten patients, a 
condition of th^gff not intended to- indi^ee mtind ef^ep in 'the svperinten* 
deiit 0^ other oflicers of'the hospital. 

Oixr he;iting appurqltns "korked well, and to onr ; etp^ettttion, afUrthe 
thbrongh'oyerhik^Hni^ it^receit^d last sttttis^r, eieept one' eoli Iti the tet:- 
ttemo male wing, whie^ dM not lifford aWmfortafble wai4nth. This has - 
bfcen, enlarged to.mt)re than d'otible ita'fbrmer oapaeity ancT'id expeeteSto 
w^rK properly hi'thefature. ' [' ; ■• i ; • ) . 

'litnproYement8'hdte.bee^ carried' forward as steadily and peni^tentlyaB 
dnring last year. A HriH; ' ha» been thrown np ten fifet Vide along the' 
w^ole front of thd'&tm, three ifcfet fi^m the ed^e of whteli a fine row- of 
Lombiprdv j>o^IarS has bt^n set, all of jAMi haire,Aoae treH -and look 
finely.. A few of th^ fin^r rarietiee of shade treies ha^e beeti sol about &k& 
honse und gronuds. All the gronnd, aotn^ twenty aereti, to the s^ftfthw^si 
and east of the house lias been gtnbbe^, broken and dropped this last 
summer, the orop morethttn six tim^a paying the cashouilay f^rthe-work. 
We have hi^llt asti^ble against the wMt side of the barn \o a^eoihrnodate 
tireiro li6ad of fitting dattle, also ashed to jproteot wagons^eaHe and ether 
farming nteinsili^ from the weather, the upper part of the siable being- fin- 
ilhed ofi" for a poultry house.' We soon shall hate finished a pigery ef 
twenty- two feet by thirty, with a flagged "floor, a very neee^sary thing, aa 
any one will bear witness who has visited the plaoe where the swine aire 
now kept. A stone smoke house, eleven by fifteen feet/is rapidly ap*** 
proaohing completion." We have added a galtanited iron oven >to our 
cocking apparktus, capable of baking 146 loaves ^f bread at one heating^ 
thereby avoiding formei* dtficultios of 'souring of a part 'of the dough 
i^ile the other part was in thb oven; ^e areal^o enabled to'^tfiake a skiing 
of over three-fourth in' expenditure of ftrteli a large iteni* where wood fts 
Vi 00 per cord. ' . ' ' ' ' 

At a oash'outltiy of thirty-five ddllars, yre have adoniedi the flower ^a^ 
den^wlth a.flne cut stone fountain;' fifteen feet in dhmetir,' !h whSoh w^ 
hib^e many fine fish, all of whioh adds mud^ to the beauty of the prospect 
f^oai^he ftoni windowisr of the seVeral vardtr and centre housei 

Tiie flower garden has been in a flue state of cultivation, and halspro'* 



2W\ 

dveid a«pfrdfiiU«v«fiiiW(MjiUiftBj)itfrradu^ tore^tM -atidi^pteidifl. It 

lili«4)e%i^Wjgfift1i'pkiQeQiuife8irft ibr (wt^at^qitQ dacaigiba^ttrMDiifrwA 

1?k« fMl gi0i4w bifl^ ^toMtv^ommmiaadUt flluliii tfit«BP»: g^ii^ \kih m . 
f^lV'fine'^j^e^^inltomfoSOOfaiifa^S'Of ^negiap^B ofsttUt difbreaVimri** 
eiies — Concord, Hartford Prolific, Diana, DelaJma,' BogcrB Hybrid^Bo*. 
beMsatiflrciiAtafs/ 'W«'>liafb,1ly eKi^iid^9iftA<gra|ite;i^AnM^es\>.ytaryVto 
iMria^tHo'pMd^clMiiuift tjbk excolknt MuLlunldififiiaiL *.. y « 

l^pMMiiiveMfBiolithiiitenaad^f^ baeniiiiilirefliadettted m 

qtltJtty'aafl ({«MitEtj»*4tlMft) HUer we! dan only «|]ipniziibiAB]^i0timateiit 

thte^UlII^, M-fbUvwsr' >'H ...•• .1" <. --ir'-. » I * -f[. ;•• ".i.r . : 
." 1" • • . *' i'. ■ . >. I • 'It ... ii ;ii .'• . . '. ^. ; • . •;. 

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^aiHtoli% baakel%i..'....<.j;.iU4kfcli..««.iU.«44..i«.**;-.» ««. v.ri4«i..i 20P. 

E'srlycatfties, liead»;:.'.:.'.J.'...:..:.;....:...;.';„ ;'..'..: '..'...„...'.:..V.. 1.000 

Fall, .u.'....^o ..Av..J.,.i.-.i.'.i...i..:.., •..■';,.;....;...:......';;.:.'..•.....:;:....•:.•.. 8;ow 

Slniig DQans_.M.ao.....t » « .84|| 

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Milk, gallaii^«.**...;«»*««..*J.....«...vw.«*....».j«« 4»^.; .'»kJ.fcJ..^t«k.^«s....!« . 4,<Mlfl[ 

b«8i4?8 2aMB7,oa»ertbingaj^teniin^at^. ^^ ... ., .^, 

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ith^ipptfiti of th^^mk A>p'lh« jmv ea<Hbg JL^ril lat^ 1660, al pttos^of 
tb« vMirilf / im0 t2j8l^«0. In iMs «o#c«flW ^f 'aottMe, nothing trw 
0liiar^d'{<MrHbotr€tidotad't^paii^tfts. 

Our lagtUagifllatvite ajjpMpriated f2^fl00-fM^ tha^ntcrbaae of 100 aareai 
o( knd^;' ile ptirohMe liair''btftoi*t^itnd w# liaiw ii^««fla«ioed its im^ 
pfottettent. 'It wsMi «oi9ii>«d whli oak, U^U^tj and b^tmif iMmboii; wild^ 
j^wi wdvij^pl^ treeft. LEdrt|f aoroa Of 'dioao busbea Md ti<«ag ha^o beofl^ 
nsnioMd akid rodta talMitibttt. ^ Wbbipa UpMpwraliho 40 aoi^a fat orolf^ 
tko^ftitaiilDg iMiiM^ ttiakia'ttiafi ode^fbbfit^^^ fe bidn^ liheady phM«adi W0> 
lMV«%}obtalif«d^ttM»r# tlMitf 43t0 wortfi of fhelH^oin^o I^4ra6 oloi^d, Wtdb' 
ffOOd bo^lAavd-flo -neaetiMtod inteiftMiMa/ira^hop^ tt>'kMm*iitt of ill#' 
nnndred acres ready for crop in the spring of 1887, etoept^olio a^evWhltO^' 
if biiag pmpar ed 4lid1)e«ti<MM for ^metety piirpo#BB. 



2t8. 

By diMcfipn of the exeoaMre oommHea, Sialdt HiiiiMi!Oftli.ftOk>.» lift?« 
plaoed ibiit gM'geatrating appantw in the-liotiie^ tifdwe^liA^eihad 
it nnder obBeryation Biz weeks. My present opinion ie, that it aay be 
iaproyed so as to be a vakable thing in bniUiiigh ao AiatiAt as not to(1)e 
in reaeh of eoal gas worfca^ and may be a^mnehohdaper light. That, 
remains to be demonstrated* 

We have painted the wardis and a pact of the eentre heneek There are . 
many otfier small improvements made daring the last yiMur, intended to 
faoilitate the workings of the institation, that are unneoeisavy te detail 
here. I think eight-tenths of the labor in aU the improvementSy and in 
raising all the crops, and taking care of stock, flower garden, eto., has 
been done by patients willingly, and much to the mental improvement of 
many of them. While on this subject of physical employment, or labor 
of patients, it maybe proper to state, that there are some who ace very 
well qualified io judge who do not value it very highly as a curatiTe 
agent ; but the vast maJcMrity of American idtrperiutendents think ;t one of 
the best remedies within our reach when properly used; the whole ques* 
tion turning upon. . the . problem, how properly to apply it. One. o/ the 
best superiniendents- in the United StateSi said to me, at areoent visit to 
hlB institution^ "apatient cannot work without being benefitted by it; 
if he is so Excited that he clin tuAy be trusted to carry a stone ten feet and 
lay it down,jyadag8in carry it back and lay it down, he will be benefited 
by it." In short, meaning that a patient cannot labor except to b^ ben- ^ 
efitted. Of course my experience ia act to be placed side by side with hiSi 
atill my observations have been made with great interest andaeinoeie- 
desire to arrive at a proper cdndusi6^. A loin^er course of observations 
and experience, may change my present con victionji, which are: 

1st. A patient under recent excitement should not labior, but when eon- 
veleseenoe has oemmeneed,if i^ tolerable physical ooaditiony he ahonld 
commence Ught labor and graduaily increase it ta a moderate amount, 
always considering hid physical cctiditibn. ^ 

2d. All cbirpmc ca^es, if ppt physically disabled, are improved by out* 
door exercise or laborn— appetite, and sleep, are better.;, they are mere 
manageable and docile^ less filthy in their nabits, much mere agreeable 
generally, always improving physically, and many times mentaliv to a 
certain extent' The labor should be agricultural, the simpler the better, 
and noi exhaustive. Mecchanieal shop labor I shofild r»ther i^void ; the 

Etient is more excluded from fresh aik< — ^the lifis'vgiiring ioflneiioe pf ^un«i 
^ „ht — ^is more exhaustive to the mental energies, has more opportunity to 
injure himself or others with tools; and mayeeoureto them in/ his oloMiea 
and allow other patienta who are suicidal «r homicidal totuse them, jor 
these reaeoai, tjo^iiieir with the Hict; that ski insane man learns a new pur- 
suit with muchf diffiouliy., I have been inclined toiprovidft aU the patients 
who ielt disposed to labor, with Agtioultaral or ho^outii?al employ^ient^, 
wless. th^ manifested modi aptiliude for somsioi^r pwiAit.-tfemales,i 
of .^crarse, have not worked out of, doors» excep^.in thft flewer >gard^a, thw 
labor being dosie mostly in thesewis^-reem, wardSr4Wiag><roomi» kttoheni 
laundry, ironitig*soops, eto. 
It seems to me very desirable that a diflerent Doaiiss from that bow 



2ir 

{^Ttfued by friends iriAu bringing ibear patiMito bera sboald be udopted. 
ieel tbat it is mnob better to say to a patient tbat be is going to tba 
Insane Hospital pf i^ iioapital wbore persona witb diaeaaed minds ^o for 
medioal treatment^ tban to indnoe tbem to believe tbat tbey are gou^g to. 
see tbe GoTernort 9f to some great eoUege of edaeatLon, or to some one of 
twenty olber plaees tbat tbeir delnfsions induce tbem to desire to yiait^ 
Boon after ibey beoQpie inmates of tbe bouse tbey find tbat tbey baye 
been deoeiyed, and tbosnapioion is aronsed tbat tbose wbo bave Uie oare. 
of tbem were a perty to tbe deoeptiop, tbos engendering a want of oonfi- , 
denee tbat is very embarrasing to as Ad mnob retards tbe reoo¥ery« In 
many eases a despondenoy snoeeeds to a disooyery of tbe deception and 
siuoide is proTented only by constant watobfulness. Tbere is another ; 
praotioe, not so eommon, bat toa often indulged in by friends of patients, 
tbat is in not giring a wbole bistory, or a perverted one of tbe patient. 
It is mnob beUer to tell many tbings tbat do not bear on tbe case^ tban to 
omit one fact tbat does. A ease wiU illustrate my meanings A patient 
was i^dmitted bare daring tbe year, a man of good family ana fine 
educational ao<|uirements, on tbe application of bia brother. In tbe pa* 
pern fbr admission tbe fiiet was set forth that be was notsaiai4el or bomi* 
cidal, tbe nurse wbo bad taken care of bim at home came with b|m| and 
although fully aopriaed by ezpeirienee witb bim, that be waa strongly in- 
clined to both dliesea^ta, left the boiase, giying.us no ififormation on Aei 
sulypot. He bi^ppeped to i^jwre no one, but committed suicide '^n the : 
second nigh<^— thirty^stz hours afi^r being admitted. Tbi/ii might havc;^ 
been preyent^d had thciproper information been giyeipi, or eyen tba di^po-*/ 
sition not been denisid. i 

We baye enjoyed the usual $m«sementS) divring, the lasjt,:yeari except 
the eaniage exercise^ which* baa been interf^ed with, by tjhe ui^^uajl, 
amount of work on ttie fiiivm for . tbe-teaiifs.. • We hppe it if ill not >ocpur 
agai^ haying by advise hf^ a carnage specially o^nstrocted 1)0 carqf jfouct 
teeq pepaona, with many cq^^^liisneef notusual in carriages. Th^ pw^^.-^ 
aafced for in my last r^r^bw bee?. provided. At tbe Bemi»annual nmet*,^ 
ing I wi^s directed jtO'f9|Kpeiid^ll20(> 00, and as much more, as, I thon^^t 
proper, in^furnifbing se^ta in tb^ lower wards, the p^r^cl^aso 9f aifmall' 
library and in pioturee for the wards. The seats were made ip^ paif abopv 
1120 00 was expeip^^ for bpoks^ which have be^n very much used -sbipe, 
and $30 BO has neen expended fl^^tures to ikdorn t^^ waUs^pf &q sev*- 
oral corridors— thesat^ili be frM^edin our shop dicing jthV^x^i^ing winter^ , 

Our donationa have ^not . been r (^i^tensive. - Mr. Curtisi of Milwaukee', 
donated a clock to our upper male ward. The Qrpeii Bay J,dvQc^ bfia i 
made its welcome weeldjr apfearance» also the Green Lake t^ectaio. 
Several other excellent papers have not; presented bills, pf their intentions; 
I am not apprised. W^ banfe sepeived sontq fin^ hqase plants from.li^fs,'! 
John Black, of Milwaukee* ^y,']-: 

Dr. John W. Sawyer still discbarges the duties ofassistantto my eijitire; 
satisfaction, ably, kindly and earaiesSy. Xf be has ft sup^or, !t ba:«[enot 
seen him in the many institutions that)I have hftd the pleasure of visi^if g 
during tbe past yean , , ' . 

Mrs. Mary 0« Halliday is still to be found ia tbe daily and hourly dis^ 



ebftrge ^ b€r ardtiotiB and '^idt^ifiDg' Irotftfd of ^d7it)lei| '^f'a6e<lly and * 

I f6d thait this institutldii netter' hi^ faiMt'ii inoi-efifiktiliMl 4«fd intelli^t < 
clasd ^ ^liiployees than afe iidw<*tif^i5lilirg«' ef tlite^*0^e^lHiepavtni#iitg; 
FdtlktfpB'if would Dot'be' «Fathftil^-^t tlnittlM; irei^'^arfly obtoihefdy or 
thttt I have' Aot Tonad it nec^s^af y teif'diiMJlarge ainy^'fb^ ^ttftiiflffaltie^: 

At yotft annual meetitig' last Octdber,' yba' ig«vd'»lffle*]^e1ffl!l*sion to be 
abseiit M kmg^aa I deemed ilec^Bsdryj to ti9it')0«he)*<'inl3(SlnftonB'fo)r tlio ' 
intone. "I aTailed,tt^ff of IfoVt'kifldfaelM 0O(5W aftet U'Hv«ls gitien, and 
visited tl^ifteen diJIerenft iAs6tbtioto< nfo^t' «f 'tliSin -^ gt)Od aft mis to be 
fOitod^in t\k\A donntry, aifit tl!anfag«d< by getitkm^ #ho liltT^ noisnoerievs - 
in the flpedialty. • I WM^' kindly treatea eteirjpwhere, 'wid etety laeiBty 
placed ai my disposal to^'^eie hoW tlie/ wer^ 4nanAp#I ftwfde' and outside. 

I found' Homfe ftnr thiw^ ift Wve¥al <:Jf th^if^h^^s ftttt wero' bettei* 
arranged <liaB dut^^ aifkd as-m^ny fhat w^rendtlae^good fts^ours. 

r also l^ad the nbrrow'.^e find thai inttny thii^gs that'bbd perpleiced m4^ 
in the diifelwrg^ of ' my dttties, bad a1#o pi^eeented > thefiAtfMves toothers/ 
and had ilot enTttely be^tt overcome/ ' . " 

My'viSi[t'irfta very datisfacjtbry to me, aind '^I hope nmy be very aidvan*-'. 
ageonh tH llhisOiospital. '. . 

Apponded m n Btatomeot of accodYit* tmtni, vi re<}Ufred by law^ ^r 
theomeiti yefllr;;ihe aggregate i^* lief ^efr* than netral; a*^ ifi probiibiy 
lArget th&n we n6ed to anticipale'fot th^ f^tur^. Atllidiime'of the lafet 
annual report we had not? laid in our yeat'a supply of ^fhel; and we W«r^ 
ver/^estitutc^ of blfti^lteta tod bedding. Immedlatefly kfler thiit meeting 
I purchased those articles for the winter. This fall the purch'aees have 
been made before this ivspoi^t; thereby toali^g thcf expenditure for these 
two articles -die^Itist y^ar exceed the expenditure aceounted for last yeftr 
fot the tomef articles by 99,2l& 18 ; if to ^vi we k4i ^im price fbr the' ' 
beef edSlIe, slieep and twine n^w ou hatid in ^xe^cr oHbf^ supply on band' 
at thSi ihne last year, say $1,095; it willcdiow €h6 a^noWnt of $10,818 18; 
iriiicb, ^dddUtited from the' whole expenditure, $48,046 01, will show' 
an eaeo^s 6f expettditttre this }i^ar <^f $fl',003 57, which last amount n^ay 
be tf^H iuHher reduced by $fe4iO,'' this drfy paid to youif'trbasurer, befcg 
m^t^ receded i^om sale of produce and odier miscellaneous sourcea« 

W^ are wcfll supplied Witfh biauHts/and iedding*, iktfving just |)urchas- 
ed 974 iue large army blankets and SiOO'-lihen isheetf^^ and many other qff •^ 
tides, ill afr prifees that would havfe beeh very loW even b^fbre thfe war. 

In coueludiug this repoH, it may perhaps' lie pttrdbnabl^ in mo to i^ay 
thai I have oonduct^d the affairs of the imtituiibn ki carefully and econ* 
onkfoally ap if it had been my own privafb^ affsir, alw^i§ having regard' 
to* f he welfare of tho^e committed to my care. I hitye gone forward pos-< 
sibly sfiore energetically with tbfe improvement about the hotee, gardefu, 
farm, etc., than sopie others would have had the cduragi^ to do. I'IbIt 
that fliey wfird absolutely necessary, and' after getfibg'the advise of the 
exeiQtitive Oomnnttce, Iweht forward to their completion. 

[I wish to Hhknfc you, gent1emeil,'fO^ the cordial support tftat you have 
given mC; officially and personally, in all my efforts since my connection 
wHA the institution. I certainly havcj received nothing but kindness 'at 



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yonr bands, or the kan db of Ac. ^«(m4v« ^omloittBei th^ yi3itiQg ooin>* 
mittee^ all the oomniitt^S o£-t)ir lei^alatare, the publxQ ,pre8s/and the 
people generally, all of .^liich. I troat^ appreciate. . 

RespeotfuHr, - 

i a. H. TMlN: NOSJ^TRlND, 

Svperintendentm 



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Bate. 


No. of 
Order. 


1864. 




Ociob 


•rl 


1177 


••• 


1 


1178 


*.. 


8 


1179 




4 


1180 


.. • 


6 


1181 


... 


6 


1182 


.•• 


6 


1188 


..• 


6 


1184 


•*. 


8 


1186 


.«. 


10 


1186 


••• 


10 


1187 


■■• 


10 


1188 


• .. 


10 


1189 


••• 


11 


1190 


• •* 


11 


1191 




11 


1192 


... 


14 


1198 


... 


15 


1194 


... 


17 


1196 


... 


17 


1196 


... 


18 


1197 


«.. 


22 


1198 


... 


26 


1199 


«•• 


26 


1200 


•*. 


26 


1201 


•.* 


27 


1202 


... 


28 


1208 


.•• 


81 


1204 


... 


81 


1206 


... 


81 


1206 


... 


81 


1207 


... 


81 


1208 


••• 


81 


1209 


... 


81 


1210 


••• 


81 


1211 


«*. 


81 


1212 


••• 


81 


1218 


««. 


81 


1214 


... 


81 


1216 


... 


81 


1216 


... 


81 


1217 


•••. 


81 


1218 


« ■* 


81 


1219 


«.. 


81 


1220 


... 


81 


1221 


*.• 


81 


1222 


..* 


81 


1228 


«■• 


81 


1224 


•#« 


81 


1226 


«■• 


81 


1226 


..• 


81 


1227 


«*• 


81 


1228 


•»• 


81 


1229 



■**--r 



-^■ 



To whom, and'for W^tfBld. 



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AmoniLt. 



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Patrick I^|rlc^ blaoi[amiSLiii^.i.«....».....o«-*«*^**— r»^ 
ThoBil^i Eeefe, ftraw,.....'...'..':.*. V: 

WentiroHh ft Hibbapd^ b]iiteff«ff«*»« 

C. H.,»Arnold, be«f»..; ..« 

Janoil Jcs^rfl^ bo0f|.**.*».«*«««.M*o,*«*M**a********^'>*H««M* 

A. Hi| Van N^rtftrand, minor inoidestal expenses, 

B. A?Fool, be#n«^^.......-,....^..-. 

liUcViGi. liOWWy #et*ReeyMV..*«.««'. M.. •••»••«.•••. •*.•...• 

E. D.'Dacffdn, ftei^bV ;..... ,^v v-j..* ...» 

J. RoAenttund, grooerieB,.ii...«n .'••• 

8.Kljiaber & Co., dry goods, 

S. Wuliams* iiBie,.««»M»»».»».«t»*«»#»«»»««^«*»»*«««*«» 

Dunmn94c'Siimiier,^l^eoexies>. «...••;.-*« .«.....•• 

Madiion &• L. ft 0. Co;) Iron pfj^e,.^.U*.%*««>*i« ^ 

N. S. Green ft Coi, flour, 

E. L.:Ga<li6k, .txipekeryj...., ,. ......j^,.... 

Alex. Findlaj ft Co., groceries,., ..•„.>........ 

Tf m. JMOOdard, oom^ etc*, »■••••••••. ■..*.•.•.••«•• 

Geo. Hebardt blankets,^ »...«....-.'. r—* 

J. P. "Clexnent, sulkrand harness,......-. 

A. H. Van |fc»traaa, miner Incidental ^xpe48e8, 

Jaokman:ft AlA^n*. floor and m«al,^^..*M. -< 

M. ft)P. TO 0; 'R. ». COi, freign^ «-i.>...;..«»....«K*f«|.j »■ 

W. J/Matining,. be!0f'6attt^*^M..i. •••".!<.. .•< ^,1,^,^^^ . 

Migor K}n***fo"i --j^ - •' 

W. J\ \ Keith w Uoc, 4o4tt,«««..r««««««...«*.«««**««.*«M****««^** 
Bank' of mdiaonl es<diaBge,«..^..«««i.o«># 

Patrick Doirney, straw,....;..;....*. * 

L. L. [Cloitgfh,-.emryioe as engitteer}...:....^M 

Wm. J. Smltb^ service as carpenter,:... i..... 

J. W,l Chiirchil], serriee as fatsii^r,.^..i>^.,i «.. 

E. A.iGupny, service as attendant,.^ :....j 

JohnlJHanejr.^ ...do ... 

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Samiur X. Marsh, do 

Ishmjiel Wanifi|.«f.«.ulo*«.«... •.««..•••"..,.•• 

Wm^ird, |erYioe-«s lannderer, ;;.r«..i 

M. wilgmb8,'ietiiceS:aA:ieaniBier,..^....<^ 

Jamei^Doyle, Service Mg fireman, ....*. 

Johnj^elly, serTiee jui porter,^.. 

Fannar Cloagl^ servite- as* Unn^ess^...^* 
^ Mary< H^isetk,i«»».'M.»i^»fW)»*»»«.j/»»j«»««'»»»«»»*' 

Kate:|Da^,.... ."^do...'-\j"..".T »..., 

Jamel Ready^ oexriee,^ as laborer,... >..>.. ^. 
l&ichael jjyons,««M*M««no« ..••.>..■••••. ••••>.• 
M. AHPadmei^ secrice-aftaft^dant,;..:.. 

Laoy||G. Lewis^.*>*.i*«dcL..«. >..# «..>.• 

liYdisj Bb Lewis, .«..<*Miift..M.M*<#*. «.»•'•*. •..>•.••» 
KatVii Bird, . . .^ •«•«•••#• •fl0u*««. •,• . .« • .^^ • ,. . « • •,•«••«• 
JSanntku ppea]Ep,..««*«***noCi«Mt*( %■«»•. ..•'*«.f^*«...*i.«« •••••• 

Annai BaSer, tepviot a eoekji.^ . . .«..*.-^ 

Dora GieA^ei^ lerfbeM attendant, 



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$16 88 

16 00 

866.82 

112 DO 

1VM 

looru) 

80 00 

12^ 

1, 880 m 

I6i61 

41-84 

61 60 

114^2 

I 18;?6 

277 60 

8*i9 

18249 

$8^ 

34^40 

SODO 

100 ik) 

411^00 

. 20 27 

204 56 

88 92 

1, 670ii9 

16 'B6 

14 00 

60-^ 

62^)0 

314)0 

26:^ 

26 2PO 

^.00 

2(H)0 

20^ 

20 00 

26^ 

U^ 

' '86.^ 

to'bo 

10^ 
10.^ 

10 po 

16i|0 
1126 
18 DO 
16^ 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
16 16 
14 00 



22a 



0»ir4M< £9Bpenu ^6c^n<«^^oiitiimed. 



Psta. 


I7o. cf 
Order. 


18tt4. 




Oci 


81 


1280 


'»«• 


81 


1281 




81 


1282 


•«« 


81 


1228 


«•• 


81 


1284 


••• 


W 


1235 


•*« < 


81 


1285 


••• ' 


81 


1287 


•*• 


81 


1288 


Not. 


. 1 


1239. 


••• 


10 


1240 


••« 


10 


1241 


•*• 


14 


1242 


■•♦• 


17 


1248 


.*;» 


24 


1244 


i*«* 


25 


1245 


••• 


26 


1246 


••• 


29 


1247 


••• 


29 


1248 


••• 


80 


1249 


•«• 


80 


1250 


••• 


80 


1251 


••« 


80 


1252 


•4. 


80 


1258 


«•• 


80 


1254 


••« 


•80 


1255 


^f^ 


80 


1256 


•■■• 


80 


1257 


••• 


80 


1258 


•»«> 


80 


1269 


• •• 


80 


1260 


••• 


80 


1261 


• •« 


80 


1202 


♦ «• 


80 


1263 


••• 


80 


1264 


» ••• 


80 


12t)5 


••• 


80 


1266 


««• 


80 


1267 


M^ 


80 


12.68 


bM 


. 80 


1269 


«'^- 


'80 


1270 


•ah 


80 


1271 


• i. 


80 


127? 


1 «M 


80 


12.73 


• •« 


80 


1274 


• •• 


80 


lft76 


••• 


80 


1276 


••P 


80 


1277 


•«• 


80 


1278 


■•« 


80 


1279 


»•• 


80 


1280 


••■ 


80 


1281 


.♦»• 


80 


1282 



To whom, aad for what paid. 



Amoml. 



••«•••••» •••■•« 



.> 



15doo 



Eliia Gieskeii) aecvice as attendant,, 

Aoguaia Hebard, serTioe as seamstress,..^.. 

Catharine Butler, serTice as oook, 

Jane Du[on,» do 

Eliiabeth Gibson, servioe as table girl,... 

Joanna Maloney, service as cook, 

H. M. Loaghlin, service ss housemaid........ 

Catharine Morrison, service as laundress, 

Jane Smith, do 

Robert Patton, oats, < 

Fred. George, hauling ooal,... 

A. Mengedote... do j 

P. DojlOy .blacksmitbing, 

A. EL Van Norstrand, minor incidental expenses, 

P. Doyle, blaoksmithing, 

P. Pojle, hauling coal, 1* 

Wm. J. Manning, beef cattle,.. • ^ 

Lawrence Rogers, oats,. 

C. & H. W. R. R. Co., fiwight, 

L. L. Clougb, servioe as engineer,.; ./ 

Wm. J. Smith, service, as carpenter,.. 

J. W. Churchill, service as former, 

£. A. Guppy, service as attendant, 

C.W. Smith, do 

John Haney,.......^^..do :. 

W. H. Lowe, do 

3umner J. Marsh, do 

Ishmael Warnes,........do ; 

Wm.Bird, .do 

M. Wilgrubs, service. as teamster, j. 

James Doyle, service as Hreman, 

Xbos. O'Brien,. Bar vice as teamster,;. r 

John Kelly, service as porter,.. 

James Ready, service as laborer, 

J&^X' Palmer, service as attendant, 

Lucy G. Lewis, do 

Lydia M. Lewis, ^do ^,„ 

Mary olrd, ••.•••••«... ...do*«.««.«. *•..•«...... 

Sannah R. Spears, do ; * 

Dora Giefikpn,^ .xto 

fli^a Giesken, .de « 

. Aug. Hebard,- service as seamstress, ....i^... 

Anoe Baker, service as coof, .....«..• 

Catharine. Butler,..«>...dft. .,. ^ 

JsAfi Dix<fD, «db V '...••^ i. ,..*.. 

Joanna Maloney, service as housemaid,.... • 

M. M. Lottghlin, do • 

C. MorrisQOi service as laundress,.. •••• 

Jane Smith,... do *..«.. 

Fanny Clough...... do • 

Maxy Bassett>. do ••«.* «* 

jvate JL' II xiy^*...«*.B.****»ciOi««... «••««..«. ......**••••«.•..• •...•• 

M. L. Daggett & Co., butter, V/ .<.•;.•....... 



I 



fl4 00 
12 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
81 62 
86 44 
16 28 
22 84 

100 00 
12 10 

- 78 26 
81 87 
12 92 
81 22 
80 00 
62 00 
80 00 
26 00 
26 00 
26 00 
20 00 
16 00 
20 00 
26 00 

'26 00 
26 00 
26 46 
20 00 
28 26 
18 00 
16 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
12 OO 

to 00 

10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 OO 
10 00 
10 00 
46 00 



226 



OwrraU Eaepenw Account — ooniiiiaed. 



P«A«u 



i8«4. 




Dm. 


1 


1288 


••• 


S 


1284 


••ft 


3 


1286 


.••V 


8 


1286 


•»» 


8 


1287 


••• 


8 


1288 


• •• 


6 


1289 


••* 


8 


1290 


!••» 


9 


1291 




9 


1292 


<»*m 


10 


1298 


• •• 


10 


1294 


• •• 


10 


1295 


• »» . 


10 


1296 


• •• < 


10 


1297 


•»• 


10 


1298 


• •• 


18 


1299 


••• ' 


14 


1800 


• •• 


14 


1801 


••• 


14 


1102 


•*• 


15 


1808 


*•• 


16 


1104 


• •• 


16 


1805 


•»• 


16 


1806 


• •• 


16 


1$07 


.♦•• 


20 


1808. 


• ••• ■ 


20 


1809 


• •• 


20 


1810 


••• 


24 


1811 


• ••• 


24 


1812 


••• 


26 


1818 


• •• 


27 


1814 


••• 


28 


1815 


• •• 


28 


1816 


• •■ 


80 


1817 


»•• 


81 


1818 


■•• 


81 


1819 


■•• 


81 


1820 


••• 


81 


1821 


•«• 


81 


1822 


•«• 


81 


1828 


.•M 


81 


1824. 


— 


€1 


1826 


*•• 


81 


1826 


.*** 


81 


1827 


•M 


81 


1828 


• •• 


81 


1829. 


f 


81 


1880. 


—» 


81 


1881 


M. 


81 


1832 


»•• 


81 


1883 


f** 


81 


1884 


,••• 


81 


1835 



ITo. 



To whom, snd.for what paid. 



PaL O'MaUy, butter,.., 

M. Hoskins, periodicals, • •. , 

G. L. Taft & Son, grocerieep. «. 

J. Kodenauiid,.««*%**«««do*. •••• • •, 

Donning &8aiiiner,.. ..do. *. 

Dunning & 8nmner,.....do««- 

P. Dojle, blackemithing, - • 

Cath. Walsh, butter, , 

8. KUuber & Co., dry goodf, 

Qeo. Y. Ott, harness,- 

Clark, Ostrander & Sawyer, posts, , 

Pairbanks, Greenleaf& Co., scaleiB,....; ^ 

Abel Simmons, butter, « 

W^ P. Ward do 

Qeo. Hebard, labor, » • 

A. B. Jencks, pork,.. ^ 

B. lu Garlick, crockery, 

Wm. Jones, labor........ .•.••..•. 

E. P. Churchill, flour, etc.,.-. 

A. H. Van Norstraad, minor incidental expenses,.... 

J. D. Jencks, meat, 

A. Powers, butter, etc, 

JohnMaloney, hay, , 

£. L. Noyes, beans and corn, 

Resell Holdridge, corn, 

0. B. Ford, flour, 

Peter Filbura, butter, 

J. Mason Hal ght, bureaus, 

A. H. Van Norstrand, minor incidental expenses,.... 

Gerd De Bower, corn, 

Mi^or Kinnison, yenisen,- , 

Gerd Be Bower, corn, 

H. B. Claflin & Co.. dry goods,. 

Wm. Keefe, butter,- , , 

G. Steinbrook, yenison, .^ , 

Dan'l Salisbury, com, , 

A. H. Van Norstrand, sertices as superintendent,.... 

John W.Sawyer, do ass't. physician, ...., 

L. L. Clough, do engineer, 

Wm. J. Smith, da carpenter, 

J. W. Churchill, do.. .farmer,.... 

E. A. Guppy, do attendant,- 

John Haney, ^ do. .•«.•••• .do 

Wm. H. Lowe, ...do do...... , 

Sumner J. Marsh, do do 

Ishmael Warnes, do do , 

Wm. Bird, do launderer, 

M. Wilgrubs, -do ....teamster,..'. , 

James Boyle, do ....fireman,.- 

Thos. O'Brien, do teamster, 

.John Kelly, do porter, 

James Ready, do.. laborer, , 

M^.C. Hollidi^,... do .matron, ;. 



Amount. 



968 46 

.14 10 
65 51 
88 95 

468 98 

121 50 
16 50 
86 40 

167 77 
16 90 
21 00 

186 50 

24 21 
28 IS 

25 00 

18 75 

28 85 

29 56 
98 88 

100 00 
86 20 
28 72 
11 71 
16 40 
16 81 
86 00 
80 81 

26 00 
100 00 

19 19 
28 82 
14 50 

1,471 68 

80 76 
19 00 

19 91 
400 00 
250 00 

60 00 
52 00 

81 00 
25 00 
25 00 

20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
25 00 
25 00 
40 00 
20 00 
20 00 
28 00 

125 00 



227 



Current Expentf. Account — continued. 



Date. 



1864. 


Dec. 


81 


••« 


81 


... 


81 


••• 


81 


••• 


81 


*• « 


81 


«•• 


81 


*•• 


81 


««• 


81 


••* 


81 


•••. 


81 


•«• 


81 


.. ■ 


81 


••• 


81 


••• 


81 


••* 


81 


J»ii.3/65 


••• 


8 


•«. 


8 


■•• 




... 


,^J 


•«• 




••• 




••• 




.. • 


6 


••• 


5 


••* 


6 


•«• 


5 


... 


7 


.«. 


7 


*•■ 


7 


••• 


7 


»•• 


9 


••• 


9 


••• 


10 


••• 


11 


••• 


12 


«•• 


18 


••« 


18 


••• 


14 


•■• 


16 


••• 


18 


••* 


18 


••• 


20 


•■• 


20 


••• 


20 


•*• 


20 


••• 


20 


• M 


20 


• •" 


24 


• •• 


24 


< 


?4 


• •• 


24 



No. 



1886 
1887 
1868 
1889 
1840 
1841 
1842 
1848 
1844 
1845 
1846 
1847 
1848 
1849 
1850 
1861 
1852 
1858 
1854 
1856 
1856 
1857 
1858 
1850 
1860 
1861 
1862 
1868 
1864 
1866 
1866 
1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1878 
1874 
1876 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1S82 
1888 
1884 
1886 
1886 
1887 
1888 



/ To whom, and for what ptiid. 



M. A. Palmer, serrioes as attendant,..., 

Lucy Q. Lewis, do do 

Mary Bird,; .....do do , 

Hannsh R. Spears,..do do 

Bora CHesken, do do 

Eliza Qiesken, do do , 

Aucasta Hebard,. ...do MamBtress, 

Anna Baker, do cook, 

Gath. Butler, do do 

Eliiabeih Bird, do table girl,... 

M. M. Loughlin,....do housemaid,. 

C. Morrison, do laundress,.. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
do. 



Jane Smith, do. 

Mary Hassett, do..:. 

Fanny Clough, do.... 

Kate DufTy, do.... 

Jackman & Alden, meal, 

Geo. Lomis, butter, • .< 

Ohas. Wegner, hay, 

Dunning & Sumner, groceries, 

Dean, Pardee & Co.,. ..do 

Sarah Hand, trees, 

Boliyar Rogers, oats, 

James Ready, com, 

Clark ft Co., groceries, , 

HenryW. Squire, hauling coal, 

Geo. Breitenback, do 

Mich. Breitenback, do 

Jacob Dengle, do ^ 

Boliyar Rogers,....* do 

A. H. Van Norstrand, minor incidental expenses,. 

I. P. Bacon, oats,., 1 

S. Klauber & Co., dry goods, , 

I. P. Bacon, oats, , 

John B. Wiser, wheel wrlgh ting, .^ 

Alex. Findlay & Co., groceries, 

Moteley &Bro.« piano, 

A. R. Jones, hardware, , 

Dickinson ft Bartels, dry goods, 

0. B.Ford, flour, 

A. Rankin, butter, 

R. L. Garliok, oroofkery, etc., 

B. Rogers, oats, 

John J. Kniffin, oats and butter, 

Aaron Hemingway, butter, •••> 

Geo. y. Ott, hamesf, 

J. R. Barrett, service, • 

J. N. Jones, hardware, 

A. H. Van Norstrand, minor incidental expenses,, 
•Anthony Green, coal, • < 

D. D. Bryant, pig, • , 

P. Doyle, hauling eoa], • *«., 

P. Doyle, blacksmitfaing, 





Amount. 


$18 00 


16 00 


14 00 


14 00 


14 60 


14 00 


12 00 


10 00 


10 00 


12 00 


10 90 


10 00 


10 00 


10 00 


10 00 


10 00 


56 00 


84 48 


177 08 


179 21 


418 88 


29 90 


86 16 


80 01 


15 88 


24 91 


27 18 


29 28 


9 86 


87 61 


100 00 


81 28 


14 86 


89 25 


88 91 


117 96 


260 00 


16 78 


29 00 


86 00 


19 69 


17 68 


88 88 


18 46 


88 66 


42 10 


26 00 


44 88 


100 00 


896 24 


16 00 


88 17 


16 18 



228 



Current JSxpenie Account — contiaaed. 



W( 


Le. 
6. 


No. 


ibo 




Jaa. 


25 


1889 


••• 


28 


1890 


••• 


28 


1891 


»«• 


28 


1892 


••> 


80 


1898 


•■• 


80 


1894 


••• 


81 


1895 


»•• 


81 


1896 


• •• 


81 


1897 


••• 


81 


1898 


••• 


81 


1899 


•• ■ 


81 


1400 


•■• 


81 


1401 


•«• 


81 


1402 


• •r 


81 


1403 


• ■• 


81 


1404 


••• 


81 


1405 


• •• 


81 


1406 


• •■ 


81 


1407 


• « • 


81 


1408 


■ •« 


31 


1419 


«•• 


81 


1410 


• •• 


81 


1411 


• *% 


81 


1412 


• •« 


81 


1418 


• •• 


81 


1414 


• a • 


81 


1415 


• 1* 


81 


1416 


• •• 


81 


1417 


■ > * 


81 


1418 


• •• 


81 


1419 


• •• 


81 


1420 


• •• 


81 


1421 


« •• 


31 


1422 


• •• 


81 


1423 


«• • 


31 


1424 


• •• 


.31 


1425 


• •• 


31 


1426 


• «• 


81 


1427 


• •• 


81 


1428 


«• a 


81 


1429 


• la 


81 


1430 


«-«« 


81 


1481 


• •• 


81 


1432 


• aa 


81 


1488 


«•• 


81 


1434 


•«• 


81 


1435 


Fob. 


1 


1436 


••• 


1 


1487 


••• 


1 


1488 


••• 


4 


1439 


••« 


4 


1440 


ta* 


6 


1441 



To whom, and for what paid. 



H. Veitb, wood, ; 

Joseph O'Malley, butter, «.... 

A Morris, Oats, » 

Fred. W. Lefaj, wood, 

Thos. Began, steam pipe,... a^..... 

John Alston, glass, 

Ma Ha Wheeler, beef cattle, ^ 

Geo. Pembroke, hauling coal, • 

Michael Pembroke do 

Geo. Yotto, hay, 

Wm. Groves, butter,... 

G. H. Arnold, beef oattle, 

L. L. Clough, serTice as engineer, •.. 

Wm. Ja Smith,.. ....do carpenter, 

J. W. Churchill,. ..do farmer................ 

E. A. Guppy, ;. do..... attendant, 

W. Ha Lowe, do do 

Sumner Ja Mar8h,..do do • 

Ishmael Warnes, ...do. do 

Thos. S. Brobston,.do do 

Earl Stinohfield,a..do do 

J. N. Nye, do do •. 

Wm. Bird, do launderer,...^..*.... 

Ma Wilgrubs, do teamstery^...t •.. 

James Doyle, do fircmaii, 

Thos. O'Brien, do teamster, 

John Kelly, ...do.r... porter, »»...A.. 

James Ready do laborer, 4> 

M. A. Palmer, do... ..attendant, 

Lucy G. Lewis, do do m*<. 

Mary Bird,.. do do .«, 

Dora Giesken, do do » 

Eliza Giesken, do do 

A. M. Brown, do do 

Mary Palmer,...,. .do.... do 

AuguslTa Hebard,...do seamstress, 

Anne Baker, ........do cook, 

Alice Duffy, do do 

Calh. Butler, do do 

Elizab. Bird, do table girl, 

Kate Duffy, do housemaid,.... 

Ma M. Loughlin,...do...'. do ,.i,^. 

J. MeiUlejohn, do lanriircss, .*.«..>♦, 

C. Morrison, do.. .".do« ,^. 

Mary Hassett, do do., y^. 

Fanny Clough, do... do.... .,,*„ 

Jane Smith, do.,.' do...« 4,, 

R. La Garliok, crockery, ^.. ....*, 

Dunning k Sumner, groceries, «., 

J. Rodermund, groceries,... , ,...,. 

Wm.' Wilson, wood and bull, , 

M. Wilgrubs, expenditures, 

B. P. Elmore, ooal, , 



»•)■«••»« ••• 



• »•• a 



Amoamt. 



f96 
46 

;19 
65 
11 
74 
60 
28 
25 
82 
52 
90 
60 
52 
81 
25 
20 
20 
20 
28 
14 
12 
25 
25 
30 
20 
20 
27 
18 
16 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
12 
10 
10 
10 
8 
10 
10 
10 

JO 
10 

10 

10 
118 
441 

78 
118 

12 
1,405 



80 

50 

15 

00 

98 

75 

00 

86 

47 

28 

14 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

87 

84 

90 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

50 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

75 

00 

00 

80 

00 

00 

00 

00 

67 

86 

64t 

78 

12 

62 



229 



Ourreni Expense -iccowTi^-^con tinned. 



Feb. 6 




6 


1442 


6 


1448 


6 


1444 


7 


1446 


8 


1446 


8 


1447 


8 


1448 


8 


1449 


9 


1460 


10 


1451 


18 


1452 


18 


1468 


14 


1454 


15 


1466 


16 


1466 


16 


1467 


16 


1458 


17 


1459 


18 


1460 


20 


1461 


20 


1462 


20 


1468 


20 


1464 


22 


1465 


26 


1466 


26. 


1467 


26 


1468 


27 


1469 


28 


1470 


28 


1471 


28 


1472 


28 


1478 


28 


1474 


28 


1476 


28 


1476 


28 


1477 


28 


1478 


28 


1479 


28 


1480 


28 


1481 


28 


1482 


28 


1488 


28 


1484 


28 


1486 


28 


1486 


28 


1487 


28 


1488 


28 


1489 


28 


1490 


28 


1491 


28 


1492 


28 


1498 


28 


1494 



B. B. Darwin, freight, 

M. Paul!, wood, ....: ,^ «.. 

John Welch, butter....... .:^« 

Bunker & Vroman, Inmbei", 

John N. Jonc^ hardware, 

F. C. Festucr & Co., stationery, .j 

Reuben Millett, flour, ^ 

Rftmsttv & Campbell, hardware........ 

P. Doyie, blacksmithing, — 

A. R. Van Norstrand, minor incidental expenses, 

R. P.!Ehnore, coal, 

James J. Doyle, service as fireihau, 

M. & P. du Chien Railway Co., firelght,^ 

Tafb Bros. & Co., groceries,... »•. J 

£. Taylor, beef cattle, ^ 

M. Friend, hats, 

Martin O'MiUley, butter 

C. C. Udell, hay, 

jDhn Collins, wood 

Reuben Millett, flour...... 

C. C. Udell, hay, 

F. W. Lefay, wood, 

Alden & Jaekman, meal, 

J. T. FreelOTe, pork,... ^ 

James North, oats, 

James North, beef cattle, 

A. A. Dullar, labor, 

L. L. dough, service as engineer, 

Wm. J. Smith, do carpenter,... 

J. W. Churchill,. ....do farmer, 

E. A. Ouppy, do.. .-.attendant) 

W. H. Lowe, do dc 1.... 

Thos 8. Brob8ton,.do dc 

Barl StinchlleTd,...do do 

Ishmael Wames,...do do 

Wm. Bird, do launderer, 

M. WUgrubs, ..do teamster, 

Jos. Kenan, ..do fireman, , 

John Kelly, do porter, — .... 

James Ready, do laborer, 

M. A. Palmer,...; ..do attendant, , 

Lucy O. Lewis, do do •. 

Mary Bird, ..do dc • 

Mary Bi Palmer,... do do 

Elita €He8ken,..^..do dc 

Dora Oiesken, do do — « 

A. M. Brown, do do 

Annie Watt, ;..do do.. 

Aug. Hebard, do ■eamstress, — . 

AnneBafter, .•do..».«.oook, 

Alios Duffy, do do.. 

C«th. Butler, do dc 

Rosa Oallagher,....do dc 



>«*«»... 



$218 20 

• 86 16 

66 82 

82 06 

46 26 

81 40 
200 00 

84 51 
22 81 

100 00 
696 86 

11 00 
147 60 

74 80 

166 66 

16 00 

42 61 

12 86 
166 00 
129 84 

82 10 
68 60 

25 00 
24 68 

85 82 
169 88 

57 50 
60 00 
60 00 
28 00 

26 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
26 00 
26 00 
80 00 
26 66 
20 00 
24 50 
18 00 
16 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
22 86 
12 00 
HO 00 
10 00 
10 00 

9 86 



230 



Current, £xpente ^ccot«n^— HSODtinued. 




Feb. 28 

•». • 28 

... 28 

... 28 

... 28 

... 28 

... 28 

... 28 

... 28 

M»Toh 1 

... 1 

... 8 

... 8 

... 6 

... 7 

... o 

... 10 

... 10 

... 11 

... 11 

,.. 11 

•.. 18 

... 18 

... 17 

... 18 

... 18 

... 20 

... 21 

... 21 

^. 24 

... 27 

... 81 

... 81 

... 81 

... 81 

... 81 

... 81 

... 81 

... 81 

... 81 

... 81 

...- 81 

... 81 

... 81 

... 81 

... 81 

... 81 

... 81 

.... 31 

... 81 

.... 81 

... 81 

... 81 



1496 Jane Johnson, terricee m cook,... 

1496 Kate Duffy do houeemaidi 

1497 M. M. LouchIin,...do do 

1498 Fanny Olougli, do laundress, 

1499 C. Morrison, do do 

1600 Mary Hassett, do ..do 

1601 Jane Smith, do do .« 

1602 Jesse Meiklejohn,..do do 

1608 A. H. Van Norstrand, minor incidental expenses, .••... 

1604 Wm. Woodard, wood, ,. ^ 

1606 James North, beef oattle, « 

1606 Dunning & Sumner, groceries,.........* 

1607 Dean, Pardee k Co., do 

1608 Geo. Yotto, oats, 

1609 E. D. Cburohill, meal and flour, 

1610 R. L. Garliok, glass ware, 

1611 James H. Hill, flour,... 

1612 John Freney, butter, • 

1618 G. H. Arnold, butter and eggs, - 

1614 Taft, Bros. & Co-, groceries, 

1616 Ramsay & Campbell, hardware, 

1616 A. Rankin, butter,. , 

1617 H. Telth, wood, ,... 

1618 C. C. Udell, pork, ; 

1619 A. H. Tan Norstrand, minor incidental expenses....... 

1620 Wm. Woodard, rye, .....k 

1621 Wm. Woodard, butter, 

1622 M. A. Palmer, services as attendant, 

1628 Mary Palmer, do do 

1624 J. W. Church ill,... do farmer - %.... 

1626 M. ft P. du G. Railway Co., freight,.... 

1626 J. M. Durand & Co , groceries, 

1627 L. L. Cloueb, eervices as engineer,.. 

1628 Wm. J. Smith, do carpenter,. 

1629 , E. A. Guppy, do attendant, 

1680 Thos. S. Brobston,.do..... do 

1681 Earl Stinchfield,....do do 

1682 Ishmael WameB|...do..... do....... »f..»i.... • 

1688 Leroy Rankin, .«....do do v^ 

1584 John Mooney, do • do... 

1686 Wm. Bird, do launderer, '.. 

1686 M.Wilgrubs*, do teamster, 

1587 Jos. Kenan, do fireman,.. 

1688 Sam*lBinks, do do * 

1689 John Kelly, do porter,.* 

1640 James Ready, do laborer,. • 

1541 Lucy G. Lewis, do attendant, .,..., «.... 

1642 • Mary Bird, do do........ 

1648 Elisa Gieiken, ......do ..do... 

1644 Dora Gisken, do ......do.....%.. 

1645 A. M. Brown do do 

1646 Annie Watf^ do do... 

1647 Augusta Hebard, ...do seamstress, 



>%•..« 



«».» 



W.f 



$8 60 

10 00 

10 00 

10 60 

10 00 

10 00 

10 00 

10 00 

100 00 

588 24 

166 19 

110 88 

156 15 

78 95 

55 00 

10 65 
465 00 

22 78 
16 18 

64 60 
81 20 

11 87 
96 80 
89 84 

100 00 
89 60 
18 48 
18 00 
14 00 
80 00 
48 96 
1,881 06 
50 00 

65 00 

80 00 
20 00 
20 00 
25 00 

81 48 
25 00 
25 00 
80 00 
25 00 
41 78 
20 00 
29 00 
16 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 



281 



Current Eag^te AccawU — oootinned. 



V 




••• 

••• 
♦•• 

••• 



•t» 



April 



»•• 



4«« 



18887 
liftr. SI 

SI 
SI 

SI 
SI 
SI 
81 
SI 
SI 

SI 
SI 
SI 
SI 
SI 
SI 

1 

8 

4 

6 

6 

6 

6 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

8 

10 

10 

10 

11 

12 

12 

12 

IS 

14 

17 

17 

19 

20 

21 

26 

26 

28 

29 

29 

29 

29 

29 



«*• 
«<• 

••* 

«•• 
••• 
••• 

••• 



•*• 



1S48 
1649 
1660 
1661 
1662 
166S 
1664 
1666 
1666 
1667 
1668 
1669 
1600 
1661 
1662 
166S 
1664 
1666 
1666 
1667 
1668 
1669 
1670 
1671 
1672 
1678 
1674 
1676 
1676 
1677 
1678 
1679 
1680 
1681 
1682 
1688 
1684 
1686 
1686 
1687 
1688 
1689 
1690 
1691 
1692 
1698 
1694 
1696 
1696 
1697 
1698 
1699 
1600 



•••• •••••• »««*vab»« 



•••••••••••••■« •••*••••• 



A11A6 Bakiry itriioM a* CMk, «>•••-, 

AHm Dufj,.* do.;»*..do«. 

Catk. Batler, «.do..« JbousMiftidi 

B, Qallag]itt^«<«***«doM«.»oook| •%., 

Jab6 JdpknooB) •••M»«do do»««««.»««. . 

SlUb. Bird,.^ do..i^Uble girl,... 

FanAj GloQi^ do....laundre89, m...... 

G.HorriBOB, ..do.*....do 

Manr HMseit, do do.... «.. 

J. Meiklojolui,.......do.....«do 

Pat Weldbf •..•..«..do.«..*teamBter, :«..«.••, 

A« H. Tan Kontrand, serricai as supariateiideitt....... 

John W. Sawyer, serrioeB as assis'i physioian, 

Mary G. Halliday, serTioes as ma^n,.. ....«., 

A. CooUdgei batter and eggs,.. .«, 

James North, oats and beef,... 

Pat* Doyle, blaeksBiitluQg,**....*.. , 

Andrew Duffy, batter...... ••««• -... 

A. H. Van Norstrand, minor incidental ezpentes....... 

John N. Jones, bardware,......^.......... ,.... 

S. Klauber & Go., dry goods, 

Thomas & StoUse, shoes,... • .«.• 

Glark & Go., groceries...... 

James H. Hill, hair and cement,... 

Dunning & Sumner, groceries, ; 

B. K.FindUy k Go., do... 

Geo. Paine,......,. .'...do .»•*•• 

Gbas. MoNulty, cutting stone, ~ * 

Jaokman & Alden, meal, 

Joanna Maloney, services as oook,....^ •••.• 

Allen MoKey k Co., furniture,. •......•• «•• 

J. H. Tiemsj, butter,****... 

Pat. Duffy ..dc.. 

J. L. Taft& Son, groceries........ ^ 

Dean, Pardee &Co.,.,..do ^ , 

B. L. Garlick,.orockery, etc., 

Neeley Gray & Go,, coal and oats, 

M. Breckheimer, horses, «. 

Glark, Ostrander k Sawyer, bedsteads, 

L. L. Clough, serrioe as engineer, 

L. L. Glough, tools, 

Wm. Woodard, oats,.... •....< 

E S. Barrows, hardware, 

A. H. Tan Norstrand, minor incidental expenses,....^ 

A. B. Jones, stoTC drum,...* 

E. D. GhurohilL feed,.. 

G. T. N. Kittredge, chairs, 

Greene & Button, glass, 

Geo. Hebard, labor and plants, 

Wm. J. Smith, serrioe as carpenter, ... 

E. A Guppy, do attendant,.... 

Wm. H. Lowe, do do 



••«k.« 



910 00 
Id SO 
10 00 
10 00 
800 
10 00 

17 60 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 

10 00 
20 00 

400 00 

260 00 

126 00 

28 61 

69 SS 
28 84 
66 66 

100 00 

18 06 
81 SS 
28 20 
88 88 

14 10 
88 88 

190 84 

288 82 

22 72 

46 00 

11 46 
187 00 

70 86 
26 04 
39 06 

49 08 
16 60 

47 78 
170 00 

60 00 
88 60 

15 00 

80 69 

81 76 
100 00 

10.76 
70 26 
10 60 
,71 86 
22 00 
66 00 

50 00 
81 46 



232 



O^rreni Expense AccauHi — ctonti&ii^d. 



tete 



. I 



itoe. 


AptB 


29 


••• 


29 


1 • 


29 


'••• 


29 


••• 


29 


•*• 


29 


«•• 


29 


«•• 


29 


••• 


29 


••• 


29 


••• 


29 


••• 


29 


• •• 


29 


• •• 


29 


••• 


29 


• •• 


29 


••• 


29 


••• 


29 


• •• 


29 


• •• 


29 


• •• 


29 


• •• 


29 


••• 


29 


• ■• 


29 


• •• 


29 


• •• 


29 


• ■• 


29 


• •• 


29 


••• 


29 


• •• 


29 


• •• 


29 


• V* 


29 


«•• 


29 


BCay 


2 


••• 


4 


•i. 


9 


•«• 


9 


••• 


9 


••• 


10 


•t* 


11 


••• 


18 


••• 


18 


••• 


19 


••• 


19 


•»• 


19 


••• 


10 


••• 


22 


••• 


22 


••• 


28 


••• 


26 


••■ 


27 


•«• 


80 


•«• 


80 



No. 



I 1601 
1602 
1608 
1604. 
1605 
1606 
1607 

I 1608 
1609 
1610 
1611 
.1612 
1613 
1614 
1615 
1616 
1617 
1618 
1619 
1620 
1621 
1622 
1628 
1624 
1626 
1626 
1627 
1628 
1629 
1680 
1681 
1682 
1688 
1684 
1685 
1686 
1687 
1688 
1689 
1640 
1641 
1642 
1648 
1644 
1645 
1646 
1647 
1648 
1649 
1650 
1651 
1652 
1658 



To whom, and for what paid. 



IihmMl W«rBOS, ••rrioe m sMlsti^tyM 

T. L. Brobstoiii .do..; ; 

Barl StiiidMold,....«.^o ^..., 

Ltroy Rankin, ^do....... : I., 

John Hooney, ^do .^.^^ , 

M. Wilgrubt, do...Uuntter,/.^ , 

Sam*l Binks, ^do...firoman...... * , 

■Wm. Bird,* do.>.lauodor]»f,. ••... ».... 

A. J. IfioheU, »do...farmer,M..« , 

John Kollej ..do...porter 

Laoy G. Lewis, do. ..attendant, 

Mary Bird, do...< i. 

Dora Gieeken, do..... 

EUia Giesken, do 

A. BL Brown, ^do 

A. M. Watt, do ..« 

Anna Sunville, do % « 

Agneta Hebard, do. ..seamstrOaa, •.;..•• 

Anne Baker, do... cook,. ..i....: '. 

Aliee Duffy, do 

Cath. Butler, do , 

Joanna Maloney ..do 

Eliiabetk Bird, do...table girl, , 

M. M. Lougklin, do... housemaid, ., 

C. Morrieon,. do... laundress, 

Mary Hassett, do 

J. Meiklejohn, do 

Jane Johnson, de 

Mioh. Lyons, do...laborer, 

J. MoArelly, do 

Frank Duffy, do 

James Ready, do 

Martin Kelly, do... teamster, 

Dunning & Sumner, groceries, , 

Ramsay & Campbell, hardware, 

M. Kohner, cloth, 

Dominick O'Malley, perk,.. 

A. H. Van Norstrand, minor incidental expenses,. 

A. B. Knapp & Co., lumber, •» 

John 0. Lander, freight, 

P. Doyle, blacksmithing, 

M. Wilgrubs, expenses, , 

R. L. Garliok, crockery, 

A. Burgess, planing boards, 

A. H. Van Norstrand, minor incidental expenses, . 

W. H. Lowe, sertice as attendant, 

John Reinerj wagon, etc ,.. 

Ole Peterson, butter, etc., 

Wm. J.Park k Co., Printing, 

A. H. Van Norstrand, minor inoidental expenses,. 

Geo.Hebard, labor, etc., « 

E. D. Darwin, grain, 

John Kershaw, potatoes, 



Amatmt. 



25 00 
25 00 

15 88^ 
20 00 
«0 00 
85 00 
25 00 
55 64 

20 00 

16 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
22 18 
14 00 
10 00 

19 00 
10 00* 
10 00 
10 00 
10 4)0 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 

10 00 

11 25 

21 00 
30 50 
25 94 
32 92 
62 70 
44 81 
27 25 
44 08 

100 00 

181 00 

47 24 

84 98 

20 05 

85 81 
16 75 

100 00 
16 66 

108 5a 
81 11 
18 00 

100 00 

21 25 
277 50 

12 75 



233 



!. 



OUrrmi Eo^pmu ^^ce<ytin<— continiied. 



jmut. 


Ko* 


1866. 




M»7 


81 


1664 


' ..• 


81 


1666 


■ •• 


81 


1666 




81 


1667 


» 1 " 

••• 


81 


1668 


■;.. 


81 


1669 


••• 


81 


1660 


1 
••• 


81 


1661 


••• 


81 


1662 


• •• 


81 


1668 


••• 


81 


1664 


••* 


81 


1666 


«•« 


81 


1666 


••• 


81 


1667 


••• 


81 


1668 


' ••• 


81 


1669 


••• 


81 


1770 


••• 


81 


1671 


••• 


81 


1672 


••■ 


81 


1678 


••• 


81 


1674 


••• 


81 


1676 


••• 


81 


1676 


••• 


81 


1677 


■•• 


81 


1678 


••• 


81 


1679 


••• 


81 


1680 


••• 


81 


1681 


••« 


81 


1682 


••• 


81 


1888 


••• 


81 


1884 


•>• 


81 


1886 


••• 


81 


1886 


••• 


81 


1887 


••• 


81 


1888 


••• 


81 


1889 


Jane 


1 


1890 


••• 


1 


1891 


••• 


8 


1892 


1 
••• 


4 


1898 


» 
••• 


4 


1894 


•t* 


4 


1896 


••• 


7 


1896 


••• 


7 


1897 


••• 


7 


1898 


••• 


8 


1899 


**• 


9 


1900 


•*• 


9 


1901 


••• 


10 


1902 


■ . • 
•*• 


14 


1908 


'^... 


17 


1904 




17 


1906 


' •»• 


19 


1906 



To whofm, aiid for what paid. 



7" 



Anomt. 



Wm. J. SmiUi, seryiee as carpenter.. 

A. J.MIehellj....----*-do...farmer, .... 
8aml Binkfl, ..'*....; . ... .do'. . .Hreman, . . 

M. M^lgrtilw, ao...t6amBtei'j.'. 

E. A. QiipP7i do...attendaiit 

Ishmael Wamee,...'... do 

TliOB. 8. Brobflton,... do : 

£.S.8ilnelifM... do....:,« 

Leroy RaBkin do 

^bn M ooney, do.: « 

Jobn Kellejr, do. ..portar,.. ;...!: i 

Win; Bird, .'..do...1attnderer,..' 

B. R. Miller, do. ..laborer, 

Levi Morey, ...do 

Martin Eellj, ..do... teamster,..;. 

Jerrj-^MoArelly, do... laborer,.. ,.: 

Frank BufPy, do 

Jamee Beady, do.;; 

Lney 6. Lewis, do... attendant. 

Mary Bird, do.. 

Annie H. Watt,. ...... ..do 

ElisaOiesken,...'. do 

Dora Diesken, do f 

Anna flnnyille, do 

Ang. Hebard, ..do ^..> 

Alioe Ihiffy, do...cook, 

Jane Johnson, do • ». 

Joanna^ Maloney,... '...do 

Elis. Bird, do...t8ble girl, 

Mary Donnell, do...honseniaid, 

Martha Donnell, ..do... laundress, 

C. Morrison, do 

Jesse MelUigohn, do 

M. Morrisottf* do.....*.*. ••••••••• ••.•••..• 

Ang. MoDoBongh.....,do '„ 

Gath. Bntler, housemaid, 

A. H. Van Norstrand, minor incidental expenses,... 

£. D. Chnrehill, feed, etc., 

J. N. Jones, hardware,.. 

R.L. CUrliok, crockery, „. 

J. M. Dnrand & Co., groceries, 

J. Rodermund, ...do .' 

Bam'l Hoyt, cattle, .'. 

8. Klanber & Co.. dry goods, 

A. H. Van Korstrand, minor incidental expenses,... 

Parker Rowley, bntter, etc, : i*.*— 

Wm. JonM, labor, \ .' .«•.• 

Midi. Ijons,...do >. 

Pat Doyle^ blacksmitbmg,.... 

A. H. Van Norstnmd, minor incidental ezpessesM 

D. P. Jones, sheep, ^ « 

Geo. Hobard, labor. 

Samuel Millard, labor,.. 



t65 00 
40 00 
40 00 
30 00 
80 00 
26 00 
26 00 

25 00 

26 00 
20 00 
20 00 
26 00 
86 88 
86 66 
26 00 
28 00 
16 00 
26 62 
18 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
18 88 
12 00 
10 00 

100 00 
66 86 
48 46 
26 66 

869 01 
68 01 

180 00 
62 09 

100 OO 
18 IT 

16 00 
12 60 

17 99 
100 00 
189 07 

16 26 
26 00 



284 



Omnrent JExpaue Aeooumt.—«otiJianti. 




1M6. 




Jon* 


28 


1907 


• •• 


28 


1908 


• •• 


28 


1909 


• •• 


24 


1910 


• »• 


26 


1911 


• •• 


27 


1912 


• •• 


27 


1918 


• •• 


27 


1914 


*•• 


28 


1916 


1 


80 


1916 


• »• 


80 


1917 


• •• 


80 


1918 


« •• 


80 


1919 


« •■ 


80 


1920 


• *• 


80 


1921 


• •• 


80 


1922 


••■ 


80 


1928 


«•• 


80 


1924 


«• • 


80 


1926 


• • • 


80 


1926 


••• 


80 


1927 


«•• 


80 


1928 


• •« 


80 


1929 


• •• 


80 


1980 


^•» 


80 


1981 


• •• 


80 


1982 


m ■• 


80 


1988 


• •• 


80 


1984 


• •• 


80 


1985 


• •• 


80 


1986 


«•■ 


80 


1987 


• •• 


80 


1988 


• •• 


80 


1989 


• •• 


80 


1940 


• •• 


80 


1941 


• •« 


80 


1942 


• •• 


80 


1948 


• •• 


80 


1944 


»»» 


80 


1945 


«•« 


80 


1946 


• • 


80 


1847 


t«« 


80 


1948 


««• 


80 


1949 


•»■ 


80 


1950 


•«« 


80 


1951 


• ■• 


80 


1952 


^ 


80 


1958 


• •• 


80 


1954 


}* ••• 


80 


1955 


• •• 


80 


1956 


• •• 


80 


1957 


July 


8 


1958 


••• 


8 


1959 



Martin 0*Bri6B. pietUTMy.^ „ 

C. k N. W. RAiiway Go^ « a 

Clark, Ostrander & Savjer, bedatMdfi. ^.z. 

A. H. Van Nonkxand, ninor inoldwUl ezptnaes,.... 

Geo. Lomii, batt«r,~.v •••••••^ *,.•••••.•• 

Lerojr Bankin, BervioM as aUwdaiil)^..^**- 

J. T. Steyens, plants,-, - ••. 

Atwood & Rubles, piHP^r and piMting, ^..... 

8. G. Orifgs & do., books,.. ,...# • 

A. H. Tan Norstrand, serTices as 8uperintei^ent|..«. 

John W. Sawjei^j serYices as ass'i physiobai, 

Wm. J. Smith, serrioes as oarpenter,.. 

A. J. Michell, sernoes as fanner, 

M. Wilgrnbs, services as teamster,..,. •- 

E. A. Gnppj, serrices as attendant^ 

Ishmael Warnes, do.. p«i...«...... 

Thos. 8. Brobston, do 

Alonso Baker, do •• ..•« 

John Mooney, '. do 

F. Bedford, ......l do 

£. A.Brush,*-*- do.. - 

8amnel Binks, serrices as fireman, < 

Wm. Haythorne, serrioes as engineer, «,.••.••# 

Wm. Bird. serTices as launderer,.. «..• 

R. B;. Miller, serYioes as laborer,.... 

LeTi Morey, .do ••« 

Martin Kelly, serrices as teamster,...., • 

John Kelly, serrices as porter,... • 

J. MoAToUy^ services as laborer,.. ....««, 

Frank BufiV,... do.. .«*... 

James Ready,.. ».......... do.. * «••.••«••.•.••.•.....«•.«. 

M. G. Halliday, services as matron, • , 

Lucy G. Lewis, services as attendant, ••• 

Mary Bird,.. ! do .••••.. ,^ 

A.M. Watt, do i 

8. R.tI)ouglas, do 

Elixa Qiesken, do 

Dora Giesken, do 

Anna Sunyille, do.. ••< 

Aug. Hebard, services as seamstress,.. 

Alice Duffy, services as cook, •••.... • 

Jane Johnson, do. 

Anne Baker, do. ^•••••i 

Gath. Butler, ......^dQ... .«•*.«• ^ * 

Elisabeth Bird, services as table girl, 

Mary J. Donald, services as housemaid, 

Martha R. Donald, services as laui^eiis,— ., 

J. Meikl^ohn, do..^... .<%«••... ».«m..«.>. 

G. Morrison,... .......••••wdOM.*.. .••.•.•...«•......•.. •**•«*••••• 

Mary MomBon,M.....*«.«d^M.«.. •.••.•*»*•.•••.•*(. 

A MoDonough,.. do^... •* •» 

Dunninsft Sumner, groceries, •«•*•• r 

J. K. flt W. G. Hamilton, lumber, ...m****** •«•«•«..•.• a 



♦••• 



8 



«28»00 

41 07 

60 00 

IQQOO 

86 00 

66 

95 

54 60 

100 80 

500 00 

250 00 

65 00 

40 00 

10 00 

80 00 

85 00 

25 00 

20 00 

20 00 
22 56 

21 98 
40 OO 
71 55 
25 00 
28 22 
25 00 
25 00 

20 00 
19 00 

21 00 
25 00 

125 00 
18 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 

168 80 
92 89 



235 



Ckrren< Xxpetue ^ceotnU— oontinae'd. 



Pftte. 


No. 


1M6. 




Julj 


8 


1060 


••• 


8 


1961 


••• 


6 


1962 


••• 


5 


1968 


••• 


7 


1964 


■•• 


8 


1965 


•■• 


8 


1966 


«• ■ 


8 


1967 


««• 


8 


1968 


••• 


10 


1969 


••• 


10 


1970 


••• 


10 


1971 


••• 


10 


1972 


••• 


11 


1978 


••• 


11 


1974 


••• 


11 


1975 


••• 


11 


1976 


••« 


15 


1977- 


• «• 


18 


1978 


••• 


10 


1979 


•t* 


19 


1980 


•• • 


27 


1981 


«■• 


28 


1982 


••• 


81 


1988 


••• 


81 


1984 


••• 


81 


1985 


• •« 


81 


1986 


••• 


81 


1987 


••■ 


81 


1988 


• • • 


81 


1989 


••• 


81 


1990 


•>• 


81 


1991 


• ia 


81 


1992 


• ■■ 


81 


1998 


• •• 


81 


1994 


• •• 


81 


1995 


• •■ 


81 


1996 


• •• 


81 


1997 


«•■ 


81 


1998 


• • • 


81 


1999 


• •■ 


81 


2000 


• •• 


81 


2001 


*•« 


81 


2002 


• *• 


81 


2008 


• •• 


81 


2004 


• •• 


81 


2005 


• •• 


81 


2006 


• •• 


81 


2007 


• •• 


81 


2008 


• •• 


81 


2009 


• t* 


81 


2010 


• •• 


81 


2011 


• t* 


81 


2012 



To whom, and for what ptfid. 



••••»• •■••« 



Bird Bros., oarriage work 

A. ET. Tan Norstrand, minor incidental expenses, 

Alex. Findlaj & Co., groceries, 

A. N. Gores, lua&ber, etc.,... 

Banker & Yroman, lomber,... ••«•• 

J. H. Hill, flour and oement, f 

F. R. 8herwin & Co., drj goods,...- 

John Black, whiske]r,^ «.... ••• 

A. H. Tan Norstrand,- .minor incidental expenses) 

J. M. Dnrand ft Co.j groceries, 
W. & J. G. Flint, coffee,... ..f,... 
M. & P. da C. R. Co., freight,.. 
Blair k Persons, crockery, 

D. Cummings, batter, etc.,.. 

Dickinson & Bartels, dry gopds,.- 

Jackman ft Alden,... 

Moselejr ft Bro., stationery,......! 

Walworth, Bashiok ft Co., repairing boiler, etc.,*.. 

C. A. Belden, forlui, .••••••. 

Geo. Hebard, labor, 

A. H. Tan Norstrand, minor inoldental expenses, 

W.& J. G. Flint, coffee, 

A. H. Tan Norstrand, minor inoidentid expenses, 

Wm.'J. Smith, senriees as carpenter,.^ • 

Wm. Haythome, senriees as engineer, • 

A. J. Mitchell, serriees as farmer,.... 

Samuel Binks, serriees as firemen,..^..... 

M. Wilgrubs, serriees as teamster,...., 

E. A. Ouppy, serYices as attendant, .......••• 

Ishmael Wames, do 



Thod. S. Brobston, do,... 

Alonio Baker, ..do • 

John Mooney,., .do. 

F. Redfbfd,... do 

E. A. Brash, do 

Wm. Bird, senriees as launderer, 

Levi Morey, serriees as laborer, 

Martin Kelly, services as teamster, 

John Kelly, serriees as porter, 

James Ready, serr|oesas laborer, 

Jerry MoArelly, do 

Frank Duffy, do..... 

Lucy G. Lewis, serriees as attendant, 

Mary Bird, do 

Annie Watt, :do 

Bailie Douglas, do 

Elita Giesken,.. do 

Dora Giesken, do 

AnnaSunrille, do 

MaryMcCall, do.: 

Ang. Hebard, serr|ces as seamstress,.. 

Anne Baker, serriees as cook, 

Alice Duty, do 



Amovnt. 



$100 80 

100 00 

147 66 

46 17 

81 88 

65 00 

140 85 

146 78 

100 00 

645 41 

'90 65 

25 79 
102 25 

12 85 

26 10 
15 00 
41 65 

129 97 
12 00 
28 75 

100 00 
21 60 

100 00 
65 00 
60 00 
40 00 
84 19 
26 18 
80 00 
25 00 

25 00 
20 00 

26 00 
20 00 
15 48 

25 00 

28 79 

26 00 
20 00 

29 87 
25 00 
24 50 
18 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
28 88 
14 00 
10 00 
10 00 



236 



Current Expense Account — continued. 



Date. 

1 


No. 


, tm- 




J«X 


81 


2018 


i»« • 


81 


2014 


... 


81 


2016 


.«• 


81 


2Q16 


... 


81 


201T 


1 


81 


2018 




81. 


2019 


..« 


81 


2020 


1 


81 


2021"' 


Jivig. 


1 


2022 


« 


8 


2028 


«•• 


5 


2024 


••. 


6 


2026 


••« 


6 


2026 


... 


6 


2027 


.. • 


7 


2028 


..• 


10 


2029 


•'r* 


12 


2080 


•*• 


16 


2081 


•«■ 


17 


2032 


t ••• 


18 


2038 


.*• 


19 


2084 


«.. 


22 


2086 


•«• 


24 


2086 


... 


28 


2087 


*•■ 


29 


2088 


... 


80 


2089 


.•I 


81 


2040 


■•• 


81 


2041 


* ... 


81 


2042 


••• 


81 


2048 


•*• 


81 


2044 


••• 


81 


2046 


••* 


81 


2046 


••• 


81 


2047 


••. 


81 


2048 


«.. 


81 


2049 


... 


81 


2060 


• •a 


81 


2061 


... 


81 


2062 


• •• 


81 


2068 


.«• 


81 


2064 


• *• 


81 


2066 


• •. 


81 


2066 


*•. 


81 


2067 


... 


81 


2068 


.«• 


81 


2069 


.•■ 


81 


2060 


■•• 


81 


2061 


■ »• 


81 


2062 


*•■ 


81 


2068 


• •• 


81 


2064 


• • • 


81 


2066 



To whom, and for what paid. 



Jane Johnfion, service ks cook,.. ...i^..^!.. ....«..'...«•.. I 

Catb. Btltler,.t.., dd house^iatd,..,.,..-.—.^.^ 

Bliz. Bird,.....i'. ^o...... table girl, ..,^.. '....... ^ 

Mary J. Donald, do:!....boQ8^maid, ' 

M. R. Donald, *do...'...laundreB8|..^y^...4 

Jessie MeikleJobUj do.'... do ,..'«,.. 






t 1 



G. Morrison...... do... ...do.^p..^....».^.........| 

Mary Morrison, '.'.(h)\.... dp/..,..^ J»,m*^.^ 

Aug. McDonongh,......djd..'.^,..,.'l.do..„.^,«..!j.\...««..«'..t 

Dnnning & Stimner, groGierie9,...r..r...j..'.^'..^t.^.**.»««... 

'Bradley & Metctflf, shoes, f......'....^..^..^ •••.!%. I 

Jas. H. Millard, painting, ,;.^,;.,.,.;, ^. 

R. L. Garlick, crockery, etd., .-..:!..*.'....,.. 1 

Carl Schfflid, keys, ....i ..'.'.;;...:.;.,.. 

F. Briggs, four and feed, .............-.< 

J. N. Jones & Co., stote and hardware, ,....f 

Willard Dlanchard, fat cattle, ;. ...^ ] 

M. & P. du Chien Railway Co., freight,..^..'. '..,....1 

vAuieB Xipiioy, Duivor, •*.■••*.••.«••«••••.•.«.•«. •!•.*•.•• •••«•••. 1 

A. N. CorsB, wood, -..^.o,... 

Madison Post OfiSce, stamped e&?elopes»....,,>* 

Geo. Hebard, labor^ /. , ^ 

Wm. Keefe, butter, &c., ....'. ..".....•. •,.,.. 

M. & P. du Chien Railway Co., freight^... 

Wm. Askew, cattle, 

A. H. Van Norstrand, minor incidental expenses, 

S. Williams, lime, .V.. 

William J. Smith, servioe as carpenter,.. 

Wm. Haythorne, do engineer, .' 

A. J. Miothell, do farmer, «•••••••••• 

Sam'l Binks,.... do fireman, • 

M^nko Wi]i:rrub8, ,.....do. teamster, 

B. A. Guppy, do attendant, i 

Thos. 8. Brobstoii, do do...,..,... 

John Mooney, do do 

P. Bedford, do dc 

Alonzo Baker, do do 

Henry Dike, do do 

B. D. Brush, do do 

Wm. Bird, do launderer, 

Lot! Morey, do laborer, 

R.R. Miller, do do 

Martin Kelly, do teamster, 

John Kelly, do porter,..., ; 

James Ready, do laborer, « ^..t 

Jerry McAYelly, do do ••...«•.* 

Lnoy Q. Lewis, do attendant, 

Mary Bird, do do 

Annie Watt,.. do do , 4 

Bailie Donglas, do do « 

Eliza Giesken, do do .'. • 

Dora Giesken, do do ....• 

Anna Sanyille, do do 



«••« 



Amount. 



$10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 

10 00 
148 89 

60 60 
82 00 
19 42 

11 60 
268 64 
268 40 

66 00 
229 60 

19 62 
188 12 

84 80 
27 26 
16 00 
66 68 
160 00 
100 00 

12 00 
66 00 
60 00 
40 00 
40 00 
26 18 
80 00 
26 00 
26 00 

20 00 
20 00 
84 20 
14 20 
26 00 
26 00 
26 00 
16 98 
20 00 
26 62 
26 00 
18 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 0» 
14 00 



Omrrent Eajpfute Aecount — oontinoed. 



To wl^m, uiil foe tiihl pud. 



jUDoim^ 



2«70 
2071 
2072 
2078 
2071 
2076 
2076 



2061 

2082 
2088 



2087 

2086 
208S 
2C0O 
20B1 



2100 
2101 
2102 
210S 
2104 
2106 
2106 
2107 
2108 
2109 
2110 
2111 
2112 
2118 
2114 
2116 
2116 
2117 
2118 



Mftry McCaU, sorTice as aueudant,..., 

Aog. Heb&rd do seamslresB,^. 

Anna Baker, do coolc, 

Jata« JobuioD,-..: do do 

Ii. Cbftmberlaln, .do do 

Elii. Bird do,;....Ul)legiil,„., 

CaLh. Butler, ^...do......IiouteBiiiu],^ 

Mar; J. Donald, '.do... do...., if. 

M. B. Do&kld, dp laundresi).... 

J. Maiklejolin, do do „ 

C. Uorrieon, .........do dj)...^.., 

Mary Morrison, dp do— ^^... 

Aug. McDonougl^j '.'..•.. do ..do..| 

Dunning, k Siimaw. grocerie^..,.,.,,....^^, 

A- Powers, fiulfcr,.-ir ^ l..'.....i 

B. P. Eltn'ara, coal,- 



Thoe. Ejan, cow , 

J. M. Durand & Co., grocaries^... ,...,.. 

Jaokmiin Brother & Rose, meal, 

A. H. Van KorBtrand, minor inoideatal expessee,... 

Caleb Wall, hospital atorea, 

Watworth, Bneolilak & Co., pipe and fittings, 

Juanna Ualonej, serTioe as cook, 

H.& P. du Chien Bailwaf Co., freight, 

Thos. O'Malley, hnttcv 

Neeley Gray & Co., ooal,.. 

Klii. Ljons, cow 

John Regan, blaoksmilhiDg,- 

Wm. Hajthorne, Berrlot as engineer,.. 

Wm. J. Smith,.. do oarpenter, 

A. J. Mitoholl, do .farmer, 

Menke WilgTiibB, do t«amtter, 

E. A. Guppr,.. .do attendant, 

Thos. S. Brobslon, do do 

John Hooney, ..do do 

F. Redford,- -do do 

Alonio Baker,.. do do 

Henrj Dike,.. do do 

Wm. Bird,- do lauDderer, 

Le*! More;, do laborer, 

R.R. Miller, do... 

Martin Kelly do... 

John Eelly _do perier,. 

Frank Dnffj, do Uborer,- 

Jerrj MoAtoIIj,- do do..> 

James Ready, .. *~ '~ 



' 10 Wp 

! 10 00 

10 Ot) 

' 10 00 

i 10 00 

■■ 10 00 

10 00 

10 00 

10 00 

10 00 

, 110 41 

15 so 

l.lfS 28 

. 16 OO 

; 16 00 

I 87 00 

42 06 

. 15 00 

I 101 46 

I 113 7& 

. 26 00 

124 60 

27 60 

100 00 

8S0 M 

lOS 00 

16 00 

17 66 

18 75 
1,846 $6 

80 00 
6» M 
66 00 



SO 00 
30 00 
26 00 
26 OO 

25 00 

26 00 
2000 
26 00 
20 41 
26 00 
36 00 
20 00 
28 60 
20 00 
81 25 



238 



Current Expense jiccounf— continued. 



Dftie. 


K<K of 
(hitr. 


1866. 




Sept. 


80 
'80 


2tl» 
2120 


••• 


80 


2121 


•«« 


,80 


2122 


••• 


80 


2128 


•■• 


80 


2124 


••I 


80 


2126 


••• 


80 


2120 


••■ 


80 


2127 


••• 


80 


2128 
2l29 


■•• 


80 


■»• 


80 


2180 


••• 


80 


2181 


•t* 


80 


2182 


.••" 


80 


2^88 


••• 


80 


2184 


••• 


80 


2186 


••• 


80 


2186 


•t* 


80 


2187 


••• 


80 


2188 


•■• 


80 


2189 


••• 


80 


2140 






• 



To whom, and for what pud. 



Laoy O. Lewis, Berrice as aitondant, 

MarjBiri, do 

▲nnie Watt, ..do ^ 

Bailie I>oaglas8,....a....do .• 

Ellia Giesken, do 

Dora Gieskeii, ..do 

Anna BanTlUe, do 

I^Iary MoCall, ..do 

Augusta Hobard, sortioe as seamstress, 

Anne Baker, serrice as cook...... 

Jane Johnson,.. do 

L. Chamberlain, do 

Klisa. Bird, serrioe as table girl, ^..< 

Catharine Botler, senriee as housemaid, < 

Jessie Meiklejohn, service as lanndress, 

C.Morrison, do '..• 

Mary Morrison do 

Ang. McDonough, do ......^ 

James Doyle, seryice as fireman,.. ...- 

M. C. HaUiday, service m matron, ...i 

John W. Sawyer, service as assistant physician,... 
A. H. Van Norstrand, service as saperintendent,, 



Amount. 



Total amount of orders drawn on current expense ftc- 
count from Oct. 1, 1864, to Oct 1. 1866, * 



$18 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
14 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
17 00 
126 00 
260 00 
600 00 



$48,548 01 



289 



TRBASURBR'S REPORT. 



To the Ihulteei of the Wuconnn State Bvspital for the Insane : 
The undersigiied Treasurer would reBpectfVilly report : 

That on tbe Ist day of October, 1864. there was a^balanoe in the treas- 
ury, npplieable to the payment of current expenses, the sum of....*. $6, 99S 11 
Since thai Ume I haye receiyed f^om the State Treasurer appropria- 

- tions made for current expenses, the sum of, 50,000 CO 

Also appropriations for the purchase of land, , 2,600 00 

Mtiiof a toUl of. $58,498 11 

I haye during the same time, paid out in defraying cur- 
rent ozpanees, ^9,158 04 

For the purchase of lands, 2,500 00 



Balaneein treasury,. 



51, 658 04 
ff,885 07 



Appended is a detailed statement of disbursements for the year ending 
September 80, 1865. 
All of whioh is reapeetfully submitted, 

SIMEON MILLS, 

ISreatmrer, 



24a 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



Date. 



1864. 



c. 


81 


■ •• 


81 


• V* 


81 


• ■• 


81 


• •■ 


81 


• •• 


81 


• • • 


81 


• • ■ 


31 


• •« 


81 


• • • 


81 


• • • 


81 


• •• 


81 


• • ■ 


81 


• •■ 


81 


• •• 


81 


• •• 


81 


• * ■ 


81 


• • ■ 


81 


• • • 


81 


• • ■ 


81 


• • • 


81 


• •• 


81 


• ■• 


81 


• •• 


81 


• •• 


81 


• • • 


81 


• •• 


81 


• •ft 


SI 


• •• 


81 


• • • 


81 


• • • 


81 


• • • 


81 


• •• ' 


81 


• • • 


81 


f •• 


81 


• • • 


81 


• •• 


81 


• • • 


81 


• • • 


81 


• •■ 


81 


• • ■ 


81 


• •• 


81 


• •» 


81 


• •■ 


81 


• ■• 


81 


• •• 


81 


• !• 


81 


• •■ 


81 


• ■ ■ 


81 


• •• 


81 


t«a 


81 


• •• 


81 


• •• 


81 



To whom paid. 



Oas Company, 

E.A. Foot, 

Simeon Mills, 

Somner Marsli,.. 

M. WillgTubs,. 

J. W. Charohill, 

James Doy^.. 

A. H. Van Noretrand,.... 

Elizabeth Gibson, 

Cath. Butler, 

Bank of Madison, 

Wentworth & Hibbard,. 

G. H.Arnold, 

James Jeffers, 

W. H. Lowe, 

C. D. Robinson, 

H.H. Giles, 

B. Pier. 

E. W. Young, 

F. 8. Lawrence, 

8. J. Barrows, 

F. 8. Lawrence, 

W.W. Blaokman, 

8. J. BarrowSjM *•••• 

J. C, Sherwood, 

W. C.HaUiday,....; 

A. H. Van Norstrand, .. 

John Kelly, 

John Kelly, 

Jane Smith, 

Kate Duffy, 

Johanna Malony, 

E. A. Guppy, 

Lucy G. Lewis, 

£. D. Darwin, 

Wm. Blrd,..^ 

H. B. Spears, 

M. A. Palmer, 

J. C. Johnson, 

J. C. Johnson, 

J. C. Johnson, 

J. G. Johnson,.. 

J. C. Johnson, 

J. C. Johnson, 

J. C. Johnson...... 

Anthony Carroll, 

N. 8. Greene & Co.^ 

W.J.Smith, 

W.J. Smith, 

James Doyle, 

J. Rodeimand, 

James Ready, 

James Ready, 



Amount. 



$18 76 


181 00 


198 00 


20 00 


11 29 


81 00 


26 00 


100 00 


10 00 


10 00 


16 86 


866 82 


112 00 


71 i8 


26 16 


21 10 


11 00 


108 00 


12 60 


100 00 


9 66 


14 20 


10 00 


6 00 


19 80 


' 126 00 


100 00 


20 00 


20 00 


10 00 


10 00 


10 00 


•'26 00 


• 13 61 


1,t80 <I0 


26 00 


14 00 


18 00 


26 00 


26 00 


26 00 


18 00 


20 00 


18 00 


18 00 


82 60 


277 60 


62 00 


62 00 


21 66 


86 61 


80 00 


87 12 



m 



lii^l^tem^niM — QonMmu^^ 



Dftte* 



1864. 

••• 8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 



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8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 



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■ ••■■•« 



M. M. lAugUio, ,, 

R. Ij. Garliok,.. 

: Eliza. Giesken, ..i 

B. A. Foo^ • ...^.^ A 

Sumner Marsh, , „... 

John W. Sawyer, 

W. ft. Keith & Co 

|M. & P. du C, R..B.^..,..,„.....,...,, 

M. A. iPalmer, , 

Jt . X/VYlO|« .•••••..*•«••••...•.•........•..•■•••.■ •.*.«*^w««..««.*ii..M9 ••■•.•••d 

A. Morton,..^ • .•••«im.«v 

Robert Patton, ...,,, .......•.•••••««*«.»..»(..•« 

A. I'indiaj & Co., .•f*r« • ,..•••••••«'•-•• 

Major Kinneson, i^ ..a 

James Rileji^ «. i.......r •••••;. ....,......««««««>*44.«i.*«..««p»«> 

A. M. Brown,... ...., ,..f,f 

L. L. Cloneh,....., , ««••« 

C. W. Smith,....,; .....,,,.,.; 

L. L Clongh,.... ,.,. ,.• ^pnn^ 

Dora Giesken,.. ,„ ,...,..,....,.„,;;..^^.,i...^..»*.^ 

Eliza Giesken,.. ; i.«.,pM,«4 .,,.,. 

C. W. Smith, , , ^,^,.* 

James Readjr, .,. ...,..•«, •..••••• 

Si Klanber & Co., ,....••.. .• •• ....i.*.... 

J. Pi Clement, fr.^.-v •.••»••• •••.-.••••*•• •*••• 

James Reaidj, ^.. ».«.,..« 

C. W. Smith \ *. ,.—•—•. 

Bunni^ & Sumner,.. ..^••••••^..••.. ....... 

W. H. Lowe, •••••••••, f. ...••..»•/» ••...^.•.••.....••«M.t.^*»^».* 

L. W. Iiewis, ••••••• ••.• ..f...v.,**v*?'*«*r'^vf •'••.•^••* 

L. G. Iiewis, , .••>.•.*.•.• ••••... ...(I..... ....{,... ...... 

Mary 6ird, , „.*, ..',.........,« 

Mary Bird, ..^..'......'i, 

Anne Baker, «. ...V. 

Mary Hasset, 5,.,.. •••«••> •,....•»... 

Martin Lyons, //.v.>.* • ••'•••^ 

AdolphMongedpt^.. ....... •••••/•••.^••. •.•••• .«..•«.... 

Jackman & Alden, '...• ....«*....«..•« 

L. M. Lewis, » p...*tf 

H. R.dpears, .•.•...• »r«;:««.«**>»«<(«4 



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J.w 

Wm. Bird,.. ,...,... ..,..,...,...• *. 

James Ready,....,..., i..»^.......«...^. 

Fred George........... ......v..'......w - .........m 

S. Williams,.. ,.... ^..^.-v •*< 

P. Downey, -««- 

P. Doyle ....,, ,,, 4,v-»"— •— 

A. H. Van Norstrand, •••••»• ....^.vom... 

•P. Doyle............ ,^; , ..-rf^ 

* W. J. Manning|.. r....,...^...*........,.^... *»*y i iw<»y»v<...» •» 



J> iKfm, Manning,! ...,..:;'; .\,...\' , i.^., 
DOO 



$10 00 


8 19 


700 


80 00 


14 60 


25 16 


4200 00 


8, 070 60 


20 27 


18 00 


15 88 


22 84 


65 00 


81 62 


182 10 


88 82 


28 52 


14 00 


60 00 


25 00 


60 00 


14 00 


14 00 


5 88 


85 75 


41 84 


80 00 


25 00 


10 17 


184 52 


20 10 


14 00 


16 00 


14 00 


14 00 


16 16 


10 00 


90 00 


16 28 


411 00 


14 CO 


14 00 


20 00 


2500 


15 00 


85 44 


51 50 


14 00 


12 10 


100 00 


78 26 


204 56 


81 67 



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..; 81 

'.•*..! 81 

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81 
81 
81 
81 



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31 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 i 



lf.L. Dsgg«UftOo., 
A.- T. Boyoe^-...;.'.-.-. •., . 
KO*MBll67^.;.i^u;:.;;;;..; i ;.;.;..;..;;•. .:.;,. 

wMBv OOKlvlli ••••••••• •••••{•«•(«•■■•«•• t ■••••«• ••••••••la •• •••!••••«•••• •••«•! 

Slis»Qietkexi,....;....;;.v.v.Ui.»i..;..ui.i-.k....'...Ji.«.^ .l..;...o. 

i>om6iMkeB',..'.iii..i...».*«i.v....i...;.i....;i.... ..:..- !•..... 

Dunning ft SuBUMr, ^», * ^.i; •..•;••«• wv..^., ••••'••..« 

Danninr-A Siimtt«r,A.-...*.»k...*...; .; 

8; MaTUi*...*;*;'* ;;;.«*.;'••'.-.'.'.;•* k. ■...;..••', 

W; H. Lowe, .;-../. ..I..... k. 

Anne Baker.... ; v.;. ......•-...»;»«»..•.'...•./.. ..;;.u...:....i..... 

Angmtft HeWd,'....v..v.-. - 

Angints Hebnrd)Mv;-»»i*a. 
W.'J. Binith|..»f ...i»i» fci«»* 
Wm. Bird,'.......;;...b«**i44 

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Tkoe. (V'Bryen,....: ;..ui*ia(..i....;...ii...j..«.^;... .. 

Jolm Bedennnd, ^...^ .....iii..........!..... 

Jane Dixon,.. ..•-. .-.•.-. \m,^**\.\, 

O. Butler,-..'.-. ...-.;.. •.••..w«.».. ..v.. &...-.. .;.....-. 

KtcteDnfly,'.. ......w......w...u.......... 

O. Butler....... ........w..v.v. «....; ,. 

Jsne- Dixon, ...-..•..•.•v* ...... •.•.•..••....•.-..., 

H. M. Loaglilin, i.v...-.^u« v.... '.;.*.v..v..h.w.-..-.. «;.,.. 

M.-M.-IiOnghHn,v..'.....-..- •.•.•.....•....•.•.•..-.. v............ 

tFsne onitui, '...'.'. v. ■••'•V «■••*..••• .•.*.b'.v.b*kv..«.vi4iv..v.v'.k. ;'.;'..* ■'.»««*•.. . 

Ij. L. Taft ftfion:, i. .....;.....!*...• ;;....;. .,^.... 

B. Sniith,.v...v •. •. ...u...... 

£. OibBon,.. ....^.....J..,i;.... 

Jsne Dixon,... v.v.-.v •. .-.v. .•...•.....•. .•..,...,..• ,, 

J.W. 01inrcMH,.......k. .'...... ;. 

O. Bailer, .....v.. v.-... ..v.. 

O.WbIsIi, .......v...^% ...v.i^*.....il ;.., 

p. W. Bmi^, .-..•...•...••....v........ ^...i....... 

M. tu. Longhlin,.... ....... v. -..'....... '.■...-.. k'.v....'...t. 

H*. lijone,.. '.;. v.. ....•...». •..«;.. 

|QeD.H«lmrd...... ^..v..,w.................-...v.«... 

[L.O. iiewis, ..-. .......,•, .v...v...v....'....v.-.fc 

J. Wanrar,..'.....'. .%.■<•«..• «.tf...«<..tf.v.««4<«..w«.-..i 

E. D. Olraroliill,.;.^ ;..;..«* .....V..........W... 

jO. V.Ott...... i **......*•............ 

10. Kianber-ft Go.,-....... .•./•-•...-..-..•...... <..... ....i.. 

'M.-A. PalBWrv;:...'.v.v...;^w»».i.i.v.. tu;;... <.» 

Fanny iHougfa^ ;....*..u.M...<i*i.- .•.•••w.-4.v*j.< :..«.:..... 

jFairbanki^Qreenleaf AOe....... * -...:......>. 

•Clark; ^imnder ft -Oo.yM^'*—*» mk..w*..»t.v.^ l....c. 

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26 68 
66 46 
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10 00 
20 00 
14 00 

14 00 
121 60 
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10 00 
12 00 

15 00 
62 00 
26 00 

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26 45 
^1 22 
86 95 
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10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
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10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
66 51 

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10 00 
10 00 
8000 
10 00 
86 40 
26 00 
10 00 
80 25 
84 00 
12 00 
26 80 
82 00 
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James Wellaad,.- ....v^,**,.,..***..**. ,^«..'...u.7...«.>^[t 

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W. B. Bedfield,....^.... «^..... ; 

A. ll.Donoagh, ,.. ;: 

L. J. Barrows, ....•...••«*, .^.......Ai...... , 

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Walworth,. Boreheek & Co., ,....,».,^. ; 

Catharine Butler,. 

Menke WiUffrubs, • 

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John Kellogg, .«• 

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REPORT OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTBB. 

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The undersigned, exeontiTe oommittee of board of trustees of s^te 

iMspital fbr the insane, respectfully submit the following repoirt : , ^' 

> ^at it is a pleasure to be able to sajj^ that tb^'hktorJ of ^le institution 

for the past year,.BO &rAa.we.are.aware« has haim one /slroaatiauftd sue- 

t^ss, not inteirvpted by •any ooBsiderable.aooidemtor'dliaqtmrv The ooet 

,of maintf|ining it wMbe- p resen t ed toyeti more deftnUetjp'^throueh the 

ifproper rejportsj'and irill, wethink; be found to Ife on' i^n'eoo<i6inicirsoaIe,' 

aitkough all prices hare been high during Vn.', '; ^.^ 

' In aocordanoe.witb.axesoiudoiiAf the. board, adopted at the April meet- 

iiig, we have pwrehased 100 aor^s of land, near tie ihoflpitid> for agrioul- 

tfiral puirposes. Eighty acres were purchased of John fttehUrds, at an 

jixpense.df $2,100; and twenty acres of John S. Nliiholas, at liOO. The 

*4eedi lor these tracts were taken in the name of the .fitate.a^ are properly 

recorded. A portion of this land has already been cleared and made 

ready for cultivation; and^ we reoommeiid^iihat' tiie bosrd^^^ the iegnrfap* 

ture for a sufficient sum, say $ljOOO, for fencing this tract; 

In July last, we agreed with Field & Co. for supplying the hospital 
with apparatus for manufacturing gas from "gasoline," or the first dis- 
tilation from petroleum. They agreed to erect the whole fixtures, suf- 
ficient for 200 burners, for $900, to be paid as follows : $500 after a full 
and satisfactory trial and acceptance of the apparatus, and the balance of 
$400 when the legislature shall have appropriated that amount. The 
apparatus was duly put in, and is now in course of trial. It now seems 
probable that it will prore satisfactory, and the results already attained 
indicate it to be superior, in point of economy, over ordinary gas — ^per- 
haps to the extent of 50 per cent. Before fully deciding on its merits, 
we desire to see its operation in cold weather. 

The loan of $15,000, authorized at the last annual meeting of the board, 
haf been all repaid. The institution is free from debt, and as will appear 
from the proper report, has on hand $6,835.07, with which to meet cur- 
rent expenses during the balance of the year. 

There have been, with our advice and consent, various minor improve^ 
ments made in the grounds of the institution, such as the enlarging of 
the cattle stables, sheds, &c., for the better care of stock and utensils. 

Wc have examined the treasurer's books and the vouchers accompany- 
ing thorn, and find them to be correct. 

We take pleasure in expressing our continued satisfaction with the 
officers and management of the institution. 
Respectfully submitted 

SIMEON MILLS, 
W. R. TAYLOR, 
OHARLBS D. ROBINSON. 

Executive Oommittee* 



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REPORT OP VISm]!m'<)0MMITTBB. 

To the BpQfd of Ttat^teet (^ (hi TFiicowiV StcffeSos^ital/ortht iMarie: 

• The )o(Kniniltee appointed bj ^aid boftid f« Yisbbisald koaj^ial^ tth^t jdie 
requirements of the statute, resfNSotfaUy jepODtj:. ! . !> . 

!we, yonr.Qommitteej have riutad thejsaul intftiintien eaohjaoBAkfiinco 
o«r apliomtBient, to vH ! imi.tlie 22d dajr of Ifovdmb^r, tb9.20t^ day of 
DQOOBib««i 1864, the 10th day o£ Jannavj, 2ad,da:r of/zBeteuiicj, lUh 
day of lHareh and die lOih^ of April, 18fi5^[ WethnTft nni&inttily 
found the institution in unexceptional oonditionr-in tiegaid ienfatmfs, 
▼enliiation attd.ooBKfofftable teidpeffatuiei Xh^'patientBrhaye) AS^&.gelieral 
thing,' appeared^ oheeocAil and eontentii andp what 'yonrojooiamittee; have 
been . pleased} to >notio0;'iiikd<whioU>irar!ragand aaAihl^yjimpc^yemeat in 
their eondilidn:> under the r^ginfr-of the jprasedl ilap^rinten)deB[t,{jl!hey 
' ui^rittiy^Kpfoear pleased' teitteete tfaft;iAoeifs of theUiatiteifiott, taanSSrat 
• a oonfideniie-sn tbem, and^miheiUeiDqMtations and!iiM|«efcts,fif aay'ihey 
hare, to them, and do not fill the ears of the.eeaKBtftte>with.oompla]aitts 
and aMB'er«ffaiii8t-lhea« v'' >' >■•-<- t .1-.,.. •>• •> .f. .ic, i 

• I« Jaonavy ybuv oommitt^ teeofeam'eBdedfTthe prnjohaaebfraipianx) for 
tbe^nse<»f Um> paidenftB, a^bfendanta and aAtaaheaof thainsyittiaa^aind t)ne 
hai^ sinee beau prntehaeed' add 'saeOy'riiie thinks' with <goo4 effeetL The 

' offioera hare^ thronghout the wkitet, haen ,t(h6ughtfal in^deyisiBg amnse- 
meats «nd leorsations for patienb) 8«ah as shigiBg^idaaoiDgvlecitnTes, Ao., 
threa er motet^imelia week, at 'aalneiiif whiah lyouc'obttkwttee have been 
(pii^eirt, and we were- wfeJl pleaM i»>oi>seiive'Ae iiiMrasitanI enjoyment 
} a^awp by'the gatieats therein^ i^id/thetunifibtrm gdod^eq^ar bbatrved by 
them* .» .-.i ^ ; *' . • -i .^ J ' ;. ." 

i An- uDfoptmiiita- event ooouived: iai.ihe inatitutkin in Jkltnavy last,' well 
kaawnito the ^lidaiid of trQatee8^<the.<s^teide:o£'Mr. Keilbgg, aad^your 
oi^mmitt4e deemed Ituflieir dmty^ iarwatigata to someiaztent, thadiroam- 
ataueea attending tdiat event, >anftiifti3rdilhg so, .we iilian»mfi«aly eame to 
the eonlaiton, that blamet^oni aoooiont of. it was not justly ohargeacUe to 
the officers of the institution, bni that the eoomranDeiwas'ene.^f tibose 
• anav0idal)le aodsdents reeultiog finraiino tenijof eatefdl attention or fore- 
: .Ihougbt-on the pert of the omceni'r pnd wcljiare.*ghd to learn. tfaiit,die 
: same oohhasioa w^aa^arvived at bythieiooaimittee appointed jbT the legieia- 
ture to investigate the same'Oase.- lA^iew, fioweier, of the prejudioes 
that may arise id the minds of the cpimliiinity fvom the^p|>eniDg of such 
an eveaC^-ifaftofWhe&lse stories and misrepresentations that, more or less^ 
94wyft;#P9iftfc>P9'iA919eSrom, tending to the detriment of the institution 
or some of its o^cefs, and in* view o|.A^e nipral e^ect that itmAy have 
upon the friends 6i those confined here, your committee have deemed it 
advisable to recommend the establishment of a night watch, whose duty it 
shall be, under the direction of the officers, to exercise such vigilance as 
will make it doubly sure that all is right and well. 

Your committee believe in the eood, moral, mental and physical effect 
<ef sun-light. We regret to see that the halls in the wings are so dark, 
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and more especially regret that those patients who have not free access to 
the >|)WP4if A^ (^^1^; Cftnn6t;Vv^:^)Prtri^4VH{«^pf ^<J» Ahem 
when in connnement, and we respectfully suggest to tne boara whether, 
if any way can be devi^d, eiljher by changing some of the, rooms into an 
alcove form or otherwise, so that direct sunlight can be admitted into the 
hal^4t ittigkt^n^t nereaire <&e percentage of cures and add gnatly tb the 
cheerfulness and comfort^f the patienta. - . . : . 

•Soito'tepairs are detwuiirv^ibei made to the baildittg... The .o«pola 
Aie^ < piin taa^, the abditt^ la broken ind otheor defeeta are appasnut, caiwed 
by windi wki weather, IMt yovr eemmittee do not deem it neoiaaaary to 
oiill attentiva 'to suchfaiaiters, aA the ofictfra of the Lnatitntion need no 
pminptivg in that raspeet, 

* i'»i^3naj ba proper to add, at this point, that the barn,;Btable8 and out- 
'bvildiBga attaobad thereto, are insuficient to answer the purpoaea intended, 
but we do not ispl like leoommendfag anything mora thaii temporary 
additional if aaji to them, at the ]kreaent, ffeliiig oonfidentthat the tioard 
wSU,^«t jKodiatiia*;day) )n theftitare, see the propriety And ezpedieney. of 
ebogiBg the loofrtrott of the piresent b«ildiDgft» when the, desired ohaoges 
isab ibe permanently made. ^ . ' -': :: 

Your committee cannot refrain from calling the iftteation of tUe board 
to^eieheerleaa aapeot of the walla of> the atttilig rooma in the^3BalB wards, 
and alao to the scanty library for the aae-^f the patienta^ aad we anggeat, 
whether it would not. be wise to r^liei^e the ^alls ^aamewliat by piotores, 
engtaviagf, fithograph^, &c«, area though they be of a clvaap order, and 
to provide for moderate l>ut constaat aditttions.to the.libtary. We doubt 
not, thai manyitiendB of the inBtitution would gladly caoatribute in that 
4ireotioa if only their attention weae aaUed to.ita waata. If net, «we Amk 
that a amall appvopriation from thehbapit^l fund anaaaaU; ior that patpoae 
would be wisely applied. 

/ We close this report with feelitiga bf^saiiaf action witb theeare andman- 
flgement of th^ institution. In point t)f eoonomy, judigin^ from the aaamal 
reporta of the various charitable aad ten^vblent inatitationa of the atate, 
it ia most auoeeaafol of ail. In point o^ sucaeaa in medical treatnenli and 
care of the inmates, it compares favorably .with the, best iaatitotiona of 
like character that our country afiborda. 

Under the present ayatem of maoagement^ with.a liberal appropriation 
by the legtslaturet, and with the preaeat harmony And good feeling that 
exists bctwcfen officers, patienta and attendanta, We hope far -and predict a 
good degree of success for the yadr to come. 

• Respectfully submitlNid, I /* - '^ 

. E.W. YOUNO, .. 

^ \ Ob betiiie aatd cemmitMe. 

. Dat^ at eaid hospital, this lOtii day of April, 1865. . : 

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GbBNTLJEmsN.— Your committee appointed to visit said institutioD, to- 
•epeotfiilly report that they have, in diBcharge of their duly, yiftited the 
hospital offoe in each month aince tke last semi-annnal nieetibg .of the 
board) tcwit: on the 9th day of May, the 5'th day of June, the iOth 
day of July, the 7th day of Augyst, the tGth day of September;. md 
the 2d day of October. We baye not failed . at ' said Tisits eritidilly to 
examine into the obndition of each and all of the wards; to noticta the 
leondirtioii, Jsearing and deportment of the occupants thereof; to obseitfe 
the state of fseling existing on the part of the patients towards the 
attendants, and the care and treatment by the attendants of the patients 
under their charge. Also, at eaefa visit- we have been 'interested in 
noticing the state, care and condition of the premises in general; and of 
tlie farming and gardening operations. It is our pleasure to report that 
we have not, in any instance, found any evidence of remissneBs in duty, 
or any la^ of interest or faithful diiseharge of the trusts committed to 
iihe several officers and attendants. 

We have seen perceptibly growing from month, to month a eonidence 
and trust on the part of the inmaties in the officers of the inststution, 
which has been well pleanng to your committee. Neatness and good 
order have uniformly prevailed, respectful and friendly greetings inter- 
chtfn^d, and the most agreeable harmony has been plainlv exhibited. 

We are pleased to report the general good health of the inmates, and 
. that, amid the prevailing epidemic of the season, no fatal cases have oo^ 
curred in the institution. Our eonidence in the medical, sanitaiy.'and 
moral arrangement of the institHLtion by officers in charge, has been 
increased and strengthened as firom month to month we have obeervedits 
workings. i 

The farm and the garden deserve to be * noticed, both for tbei^ pro- 
ductiveness and the thorough and careftil cultivation they have reoeived. 
A large item of expense in supplies for the hospital has been 8sv«d by 
the crop of vegetailes, fruits, etc., raised therefrom, and that mostly, too, 
bv the labor of the batients. The farming we think has been wisely 
planned and faithfully executed. 

The care, treatment and condition of ihe stocky teams, pigs knd fowls, 
have been very satisfactory, and, in general, thrift and economy have 
plainly exhibited themselves in every department. 

Decided improvements have been made in various parts of the grounds; 
rouehness, wilderness and stubborness are yielding to constant and patient 
cultivation, and untiring efforts to smooth, temper and subdue. Ere long, 
at' the present rate of progress, there will be noihing offensive or unpleas* 
ant to meet with in any part of the grounds. 
' Desireble improvements have been made in the barn and piggery, and 



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the new farm, all roagh and forbidding in its appearance two months aeo 
now begins to wear the aspect of cultivation, forty acres thereof ate ready 
.for the plow, and sereral acres are nearly ready for a crop. . 

Tonr committee have also been interested in gath'eringinibrmation in 
regnrd to the expenditure of the hospital Aind in procuring supplies, 
furniture, &o., and have been more than gratified m learning that all pos- 
sible advantage has been taken of the state of the market, and savings of 
no inoonsideraUe amount have been made thereby, amounting in OQe(.itom, 
'that of coal, to more than (1,000, and in a bill for bedding^ cl^tii&g, Ac., 
amounting to nearly $900, n|>ward of 90 per cent, has been «avBd. So 
fiff as we have been abl^ to observe, prudence, care and econofny are 
uniformly exercised in all considerable expenditures. 

^ We do not design to flatter or to give undue praise, but we are Jionest 
.And 'sincere in saying that we have die utmost confidence in thenuinage- 
^ment of the financial affiiirs of the institution as we have in its sanitery 
tepme. While we would not hesitate. to nbtioe and t«port mismaaiige- 
ment in any respect, we feel it ovr duty to report well-doing also. The 
superintendent, as the head and reBponsible officer, stands prominent in 
all that pertains to the institution, but we cannot refrain from sayu^ that 
he has valuable aid from prompt and ierfficient subordinates. We are ^d 
to report in flattering terms of the energy, firmness and untiring aeal of 
the assistant superintendent, who i^ always at his pest, alwagi courteous, 
affable and gentlemanly in his attentions, >and prompt and faiUiful in the 
diseharge of the duties of hb department. The m«tafon still sustains her- 
self in ihe high estimation in which she has' been heretofore regarded, and 
has become an indispensable part ef the household. . 

Before closing this .report your committee feel it te beiiheir duty to 
suggest and recommend certain improvements. A oapacrous rodt cellar 
is much needed, and also a .proper ioevhouse, the cellar of the hospital 
being entirely unsuitable for the • preser^ion of either. Also, were 
ought to be a light, airy, and capacious henery, there lieing nothing on 
die premises deserviog the name. For these, and for fencing. Hhe new 
farm we would recommend and sug^^est to the board of trustees tek^Moom* 
mend to the legislature a special appropriation. r. >;« 

.WiihfMlingsof satisfaoUonin the entire management of theditslittktion, 
amA'with hopeflil anticipations for its footinued auioceslEi, we cloeo^dMvte!rm 
io£:0«r service and commend it to the watohfiil and ^oritical care^of 6ar 
letceessors; •. RespectfuUy subihittieidf f 

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Dated at'Madison, this 3dibsy of Oct., :ia65u. 



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:^I^L YJ^AR iBNMNa SEPTEMB^B SOte;, 1865. 

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^ «. ^./ Watoun, Stptember 30, 1865- 

7b Ex$ Excellenc^j James T. Lewis, 

I ,..r Governor 6/ Wiscomin: 

Snt :— ^In accordance w^th the reqnirements of law. I herewith present 
you my second annual report as state prison comitiissioner, containing a 
" Aill and accnxate statement " of the operations of this institution, for' 
the year endiag Septemher 30th^ 1865, together with such recommenda- 
tions as. the best interest of the state seeiii to require. 

At the date of mt last report^ September 30th, 1864, the whole num" 
ber of conyicts in 'thrs prison 'abioiinted to one hundred and 'twenty. 
There were received d^xitigHhe pcltst year, forty-eight, and discharged 
duyfng the same^time, seventy^one } leaving now in confinement only nine- 
ty-seven connots^howing a decifea^e of twenty- three. 

Another year's ezperienoe in the management of the prison more AiUy 
confirms me in fhe opiniott, expressed in my last ir^port, that the lawB of 
kindness and.liximanity have si fkr ixfore salutalry influence in governing 
the inmates '^f this institution, than severe and rigid measures of diseiN 
pline. ' , k. " ■ ■ I 

::^AIthough corporal punishment has entirely been abolished; and bnt a 
few have b^h put id dark eellsj the behavior of the opnviots has been very 
satii^fadtdrf. tt every ^Bivstem of prisoii discipline, it should never be for- 
gotten, '^at even thO'hiiraest <>ffftnder is a human beings and itlways sos- 
cepUbte 'to ;e2pTessi<itas ef teadeMiess and ' sympathy. 




prbpoftion to^thd nismber of : Qosnots inpnaon^ thun laif or .hflibrtf, waAliUB 
witik^a olbf eiQi^nesa whiek deserve my highest oommendation. 



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While tho past year has thus beea characterized, on the part of the 
eonTictSj by industry, peacefulncss and willing obedience, it is so mach 
more to be regretted, that a case of gross insubordination should haye 
happened which proyed to be fatal in its results. William Kodgers, one of 
•the convicts at work on the new prison sewer, fluufte, in the moment of 
heated passion, a desperate attack with a spade on his guard. After the 
guard had received two severe blows on ]^is arm, in warding them off from 
his head, he drew his carbine on Kodgers and fired, the ball passing 
through his head, pausing his death the next day. The guard at onoe 
surrendered himself to the legal authorities, and the court, after a careful- 
examination of witnesses, decided that he acted in self-defense, and was 
not guilty of any criminal act in killing Rodgers. 

A general state of good health prevailed among the inmates of this in- 
stitution during the whole year. But one death '(asi4e from the one men- 
tioned) has occurred. No epidemic or contagious disease has visited us, 
nor sickness of a serious character. These results are in a great measure 
attributable to the sanitary regulations of the prison, paying always strict 
attention to pure air, wholesome food and personal cleanliness. 

Two convictflThave escaped from tho prison during the year ; one while 
hauling ice from tho river, and the other while at work on the new prison 
sewer. 

It is with great satisfaction that I call your attention to the financial 
condition of the institution. As it was at the date of my last re>« 
port, so it is now, entirely free from pecuniary liabilities, has quite a re^ 
spectable sum of cash means, and a fair amount of stock and materials 
on .hand. It will be remembered, that the legislature at its last session 
appropriated the sum of thirty-three thousand dollars ($33,000) to the 
state prison for the year 1865 ; ^i^ty thousand dollars (30,000) to de- 
fray current expenses, ftnd three thousand (3,000) to pa^ additional wag- 
es to the officers of the institution. . . Qf the amounts t&us; appropriated, 
there is still due from the state treasury, the ^sum 6f ten Cbiousand doUarSr 
($10,000). This amount, together with the cas^ balance of 93,200 37 
still on hand, is more than sufficient to pi][ all the ezpeDje3/of the prison' 
for the year 1865- . 

It has been my constant aim since I became inti^^sted .iwildi the manage* 
mentof this institution, to practice the moi^t rigid economy, and maintain 
.the oorps of officers at ike lewest possible number. Taking into consid- 
eration the extravagant price of every article of consumption, the aggre- 
gate eipenses have been considerably leffs than formerly. It is true, the 
amount of salaries paid to guards, keepers and overse^^s hi^ been ^me- 
what larger than usual ; but it should be borne in miAd^ that the o^ fox 
offiters is nearly the same, whether the number of convicts oonfined , be 
large or small ; and, furthermore, that the images of tJie ai^ViOrdiaate offi^ 
oera, by act of the legislature last winter, have been.increaaed a'^lf a dollar 
per daji thereby oreaiing an additioa^l expensjs for.. that iteni of nearly 
three thonaand dellars ($3,000). ,■ * i : ; j. , j i 

Taking the ez^enMs of 'the past year as: a basisy' and the^pdrespeots ef 
a oonaiderable increase of • oonvicfai, it is my opinion thbt an appxopfiatteki 



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o£>thirtj>aiou89ad<loUara.(taO^OM)^ ^riUbik (safiolM^ ftoiaafra^^mS. 
reiiii;efpeDse8..of >ilittTiiifltitml»m-foi| thii'e9aiaB^.7nkr. *:>•) .c^ i. \'l hoih.v 

JMboT Talnabfo impT0!V6iri6iitB hiiv<e.be)HK)'iii4»:ilaTiBg(iilie(,(yaiMy0ai(;^^ 
Early in.spripg.wet ewixuamti w<wk agaliK. ob Uia;i|eiit toisoitMiiwi^irif' 
wUob, aft ike date.itf ■rylastxej^biVfMbikeeJi hmdred aid fifty (iL,tffl) ^ 
feel'Were compkted. 'Oviqg^.to <ho diAniltr|ro9k-in i0zjba?atiag^'j^ 
thr^eiset going thton^ .aoUd limtfst^e 'rocky and' .the i>ffluS^L snmber 
of conviots whom, on account of the skbib.tuae thvyJuid to^Wfiv^^^^oidd 
tniflt outatde of the walla, we sacoeeded ^'coaatmotisg only adne.lUiDdred 
and ten (910) feet, karaig fear hundred and sixty fettt/MOy IM more, 
to^oomplete the eaiiat w«rk. It wae my etaarmeat desire; io iBiBn thebewer, 
80 mnoh needed, during this season,: and hare it seisdy for.usef [hut fi>r 
the. reason just stated, we had to postpone- its' oonplMion 'i». mother 
year. I 

The waah and soa^ house, which waaxbmmeMed faut fallf has. beon-cepn- 
pleted. It is a stone structure of 40 feet long by 25 wide, ^well Veatila^^dl • 
seedre against fire, and is done in a; highly ciatisfkctbry and worfcmaalille 
maa|ier. ■•....•,;.•.' ••; j 

Upon the recoiftmeAdatioB of the, legislative cotnmittee, wo removed the^ 
old blaeksmith shop, diiapitaied and almost inlnuns, and ere^d-a.new * 
one in its stead. - ' 

.We kbored under much disadvantage for the want'of suitablia' stores* 
rooms, barns andstablea. In censeqaenoe of this want, I conbludefd to 
have a building put up to answeritbose puzposes. 

'Xhis building, as well as.the^ew blaokmit& shop, is eighty flBet:long 
and forty &et wide. They are both of out atotie, subsiani^ and strong, 
and im ornament to the. prison yard: J I . jJ \ ■' 

After a caroful estimate of tiho permaniant improvements' made during 
the year, ineluding the sewer, waah aad soap hoiuse, blaeksmith shop and' ' 
bacnto, I found the icjreal value to be ^rly twenty^fouc thousand dollan 
(92^,000). As all the work has been done by eoiv^i^ts' labor, the actiial; 
cost to tho state is but a trifle ovex Jfty-fpur InmBred dollan ($5,400)« 
For further partimilars onl the subjeel, I beg leavo to' nsfer to, the respeo* ') 
tiva tables herenrith preasntedL* . .>.-.. 

iWhilo thO'tiumber of oonviote bait doooeased; oearlsr 1<00 percent, dur^ ' 
ing the last four yeats, it maysaftly be calculated tibiait their numbekr wiU'; 
materially increase, now that the war is closed. Wanhas a {vowerfhl - 
efhot to demoralise pubfic mosaist and whou^ we'obs^rvd that ipany of our 
coasty jails are fiHed. up already to overfl6wing, wie are forced to admii'. 
that our oetmmunitlea have Hot entirely escaped its cdrmpting infiuenoe; 
1 4peak of lihiv taldiseofc* year attentioti to the neeesshy of building Hbe ^ 
additional wing of tiho prison immediatsly, so as tofaate it ready for use'' 
whenever it should become necessary. If it^ere coinaienoed n^w, most 
of the work could be done by convicts' labor, but if commenced when 
every cell, now vacant, is occupied, the buildine of Uie wing must be let 
to contractors, thereby involving the state in a heavy pecuniary expense, 
of which, in the first case, nearly one-third might be saved. Every prin- 
ciple, therefore, of prudence and economy caOs for its immediate erec- 
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BowigiB iHSiid11»tol^]pi»aiiBof(MTeraTof oiir-siBlir states ipire-' 
Tisited by destniotiye. fins immug>ihi^ pastTsur; oahimitles that IB47 be«> 
faUnuf aiu^y fim«f liOinnoiteaBtron^ly urg* tke^mpfntaaAa of' an appija^ 
piria^a asAoianf to pnrahase ai'fii^tCDgiM fbr dieoua of the yiaod. 

Ite^liftialaioifaeHaiitea i( (X)mkderaUaitemof ^spahM. • I wobld there^ 
fore-sepOBilBaiidKthai tMe'appaiBtiSlfor<3keaiiiig!ikk^^main::U9ldiD^ by hat 
air ba:eoin|Qaiad; ITla eoataTisingitheniTbiai woizld' ba small^compaxad* 
witkthdfifffingsoBDaMilLUy. tafabJniMUs . :: 

"Bf mfifranoa t6 the aDoompaai^iiig iablsa, showing' tlw opesatibariiir tha 
cahinat, UK)^itti<;t^ and. shoe Isho^^-A will be notioedi ihat saitiafactoiyi 
revdta iiatfa .beanii obiaiiaod in thase^depaitikienta of labbiir« ^Butit ia sot 
tobeeMpeoteditha^tlia manv&dtiirii^^^braneheB of the iasAttttion will 
Arndsha Mtiree*ofi<{onaiderable<i«tKi]iie to Ae state, as knugas wo haTO to 
I regret the entire absence of machinery. A reasonable appropriation fbr 
the ynnhaae of atiitiited kmoont'ofmaohinerj,' would' donbtless-ibe a wise 
and'proiiteMiiivrestaBenlL' <j /<t.-! t - • < > .< . 

ltr<vill UeraooUeoted, that* the Bsjaifiea of the subordinate officers of the 

5 risen were increased by the legislature last winter, one-half a dollar per 
ajy i» oontiime only^ up to the' 31st day of Daoember next. In view of 
the hardj taoMsaikl thaardnooB dmtiea to be performed' by those oSioeti, 
I most respectfully suggest, that the legislature, in its nezt'^seiiion, oon« 
tittttflrtheir present pay/at least ior the cotaikig year. In this contingenoy 
only .'I shall be^able to sednre tke-sewieesof good and trustworthy men 
for the responsible po8itiosa«boiiit the jtrison. ; 

Last'wibter I made a eoallaraet.'with Messrs; MoNaughton & Young, to 
fbnush the prison with. 20.0 bbls.' of beef iat $fr 50 per parrel, upon which 
they claim, and correctly, as I believe, t4 have ieet tlU sum of seven haa«« 
dredl dollars* 'At the dateiiof said .oontraot, the. price of beef was oon- 
sidsKably lowarrthan at any time during the year, antl: not even the most 
sagacious, man ctouid hajve anticipated die ekorbitant price whidi tha- 
aitiale of. beef iidighii .Qommand4 iMessi^s. MoNanghton ft Young aqto: 
resniBolaiUe oititans #f tffa&Tillaffe of Wanpnn^ bnt men of limited means, 
ana conld iHy» afford to bear suon a heavy doss. It is to be ^oped that the 
state will not take advantage of the misfortuies of thfse men, and try ta 
proit thereby, bnt 'considering the fluctuating: times in whaeh we lite, will 
throng^ the legialaturto gftnt them such relief as theteiievmstanoes of 
the ottse'fl^ay watrant . ^ -i:: - ■ 

She managenrtnt rof 'the fnnale prison^ faader the o^axge of the excel* 
lent matron, Mate :BiarringtDny« has been v>8ry satii^olorryw She efficient 
d^pKtjrirardan, :!£. Pakkief^ apd the competent oknk^ BK Wimgender, in' 
fattl^ aUi the oficets have discharged their vavipuniUilias widh seal ai|d 
fidalitgr. ^To thsanljahi, in m great meaaniiB,iindeiblBdf(tc whisterrer*sno<^ 
oast I' magfi .hhver had in the inana|bment of the affiurs i^€4he .prison. 



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wood,* •• .M ■.•..«.-•.•.* *.*>»^ ••••.••/ ^«M«4^«^4^n»^4«9•^M111<tf«^M<%4t•%\^.M«f«1•.»A•.%1• •«••.*• 0,^1¥ *v 

.»P<»k, ,r...,,v.»».....MM.,, •....M,.,M.*.MMnr.^w.f—...WM... 800 40 

- "W*j» fefffrtr*,'»»m»Pff*mtrrfttf*tnttnttPrttfftttftptfn**f9r9t%^t9tf9tfr******> ^% *** * ^" 

.. groceries,. fAp]^.MJ9Ali9.mQla90iui».n(!i9 A(04vw/#fftM/fMMMffMrrffi>M#f 916 88 

UghtB, ...,«••„ M•.tMM««M.%^«M•«^MM..V^^«f••,««MMM<i«MMU«%^^«MMM.^<« : 686 14 

.tOfe^OCO,.,.,.,. ,>...MrM.,^,«M,^«„,,M.rM,MMM.MMr,.r,rM,.».r.«.. • 217 98 

.1Al||QS^Ware»mMMM14««%^MM«^^^«««^«^%M«%M.<««««•««•t««M%%««^^«%«%«W^«M^U* 216 11 

' '. B^qnlc in cHibJAeit B]^Qp,rw«MMA w^^av^^/ vMii#i#».o»t. •--• ♦•^♦•■'•* •••*•' •••••• ^' ??I ?I 

. do.,.blackBmith shop, 1»46« 12 

^.(WJi^.shoeshop,... « 764 66 

.rhoxseiKnrer and wood flawing machine, 126 00- 



2M 



»v 



fltATOB, heading And hoop poles,^ i^lit.....;.; 129 62 

oorn, OAts, strAW And h%jy» 2M 26 

freightAgo,.expife8t oluo^B «ad 4olegT«kpldag,Ji - ....^^...^^ \^tZ7 88 

poBtAge, 97 76 

' U. 8. roTeniio tAxos,-. .-. ....v.. .• ''.868 79 

• books for librAry,....; .;...... .....v...;. ...... ..;...... ...' 29 60 

"hoopitAl store^^ ;..;;.....; v..;i.. v.v.v.. ;...•.;■...; -....v......... • ' It 44 

newBpApen, printing Andetfttionerj, ......:;;: ;; 198 20 

Arms, V ;.;.;.;.u** *. ; a 42 00 

^zpensos, rooAptnring esoApedconTiots,;.. .•.....; v.. *... ' 56 75 

conYiots on disohArge,^.-. ;. *. ..; ,..> . -268 00 

sundries, .;...;: - * ,..,/' 156'-68 

■ toAming, ....u.i iii..;.;. ;; ; ;..; ....;;.....:.;.;. 664 00 

. tsommissioner'fl SnMdentAl erodhs/.;. ; -..-.•.; - t88 27 

iniebtedness-seHled-bj SAles from shops- And j«Td;....v 1, 749 88 



989; 885 26 



AWKNDIX "B. 



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r 1 

Building and Sewer Iiidebtedness* 

For offioors* Ubor, .....^ ..*.. ^ 1,^650 50 

lumber,...*. l,fl«06 

blAsting powder, ..i.,i.i4-*.»;*iw».^ ,W^.96 

lime, V ^ ltW25 

'WAierlime, •%.... * <..i..i-..^...i...i.u..;} ; ' 86 00 

' briek, i..... 68 95 

^ BAnd, V. i...... - 88 80 

- hArdwAre, tools, uAils, eto., u „.» ..........v..'. *488 52 

' Window glASBj .;«.«...»..«.... '44 25 

white loAd, I a i;..iw..*...... I 15 25 

rope, .........f. .• • •.••»•»..'. ^ 18 25 

engineering, .»•••««••. i ,-, J... 4 00 

' teaming,'...... 956 00 

lightning rods, ; **.* u ♦ 888 06 

' $5^408 88 

Paymenti on same. 

On officers' Ubor, v $1,659 50 

lumber, 1,000 12 

blAsting powder, , 805 96 

lime,. I..* V.W......V.U » w. ;, 252 25 

. WAterlime^w...* *♦... #.....0...*... .•.....*...- - *.i.v.*..: ^^■^86 00 

briok, -/.... ...w V..... .....*.. ...V.W.. ....v..>.. . -68 95 

- sAnd, ..ia..M.... »...i.i..tvx.t kv.v...»^v%.... i.v^.... • . 88 80 

hAfdwArO) tools, nAiIs, ete«,. ii....»Mw.««vi...»«MUW4 hii«*..»v%«».». • 488.52 

• window glA88)%« •»»...»••. ...»»..k ttMi4*».M«»%%»»»»kv.ku.4Mk.««k».»«vk- •• 44 25 

white IeAd|.^...>w/ >v»%.<vv.....ww.....^.wvv...^>v^....».»k^^iv«.«».»u.w.s..<:r '15 25 

rope, w..»..u...«i»..»»^vu...vk%.v«....*.«.^»; • ,.%;.... .w..;.* '-- 12 25 

en^eering^\«...*tf.w««<.«..«<#..««..^.<.«^w^.«<«^.«4.«/vv.>.<«.r..,.«4«^^#w«/iw««.4 •• " 4 00 
teAining,w .«i.t»»»>»m>« tit *>»■.»»>»•»*»»»»«»•»»»»>»** »^>».*»^*».*>**»»»»»*««>^»v^>'* ' -^vov uu 

lightning rod8)<.r..r^v*.#^#««#r.. .•<•..••«#.##. #..<r«<^<«..«#.v.-tf M^#<.rv.«..r«... '306 80 

settled by SAles froB>ohopA And -7Ardf«.v vvvvvkVk\\v««»M»%«*.4#..U.. ..;».'<.* ftTO 68 



•• - ^ti'^-^KvOo vO 



26» : 

iVtMm J^tMlM^eff, Oct, li<, 1865. l > ,. mI^ 

Dae<^niBd«bUd&6Mof l^^.:..J..«*.r.....A..^ ;....s....i :;..v/..' $^24 77' 

Unreported indebtedness of 1868, • 't^ QS 

fM6 79 

, Payments on same, andhaldnce of IndebtecbieUj OcL lsi,.l86^. 

Ca^Ix paid on indebtedness of 1864,......! „... $67 8!^ 

do on unreported indebtedness of 186S, • 162 02 

Indebtedness settled by work from shops, 97 86 

Balance unpaid and due to oonyiots and persons haying olaims to be paid 

from sbops, f r 60 43 



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$886 79 



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APPENDIX "D." 

> 

Ooih Receipts* 

Balance en hand October 1st, 1864>.........«^,......^.....^...,,.^.>.M....«*.f $854 00 

ReceiTe^ ftrom state treasurer, on appropriation of 1861, .'.....':. .$12, 500 00 

,^ state treasurer on appropriation of 1865..... ...... 11.. •'.'.....:. 23, 000 00 

JJ.8^ for boarding andolbthing 17. S. conTioU.. 1, 277 45 

shops and sales from yard, 8, 582 47 

Yisitorsfor admission, .• 842 75 

on indebtedness for 1868, 72 40 

indebtedness of 1864,.... 74 79 

.. r.. ■ $46,658 86 

Oeuh DMunements, ' ' .J- - / '' ' 

Paid oniisdebtedness of 1864^ $67 89 

unreported indebtedness of 1868, ;^............. 162 02 

current expense indebtedness, •••••• ..••••••••• 88,085 98 

buUding and sewer indebtedness, , «......^ ^ 5, 188 15 

Balance on hand........ , ..„ .'.....:.!... 8,200 87 

$46,658 *tf" 



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The following tables will 0I1OW the buainesfl trftnflaotionB in the cabinet 
shopi blfiokpmgitb shpp and shoe shop, from Octoliei Ifit, 1864^^ iq Oetober. 
1st, 1865:; 

T ] . Cabinet Shop* 

Reeeived frok sales, • •••• ^,806 07 

Work manufaotfurfd for yard,, •• «... 817 9S 

OtttaiandiBJs koco Ws for work told, -. 267 67 

Stock an(|l ready-made work on hand, ^....p.^.... S,066 96 

• J ' f»,957 42 



Siotik^ahd ready-made work on hand Oeiober Ist, 1664, .v..:.;...:....... $l^,OSd "S^ 

Paid for stock, 8,887 97 

Gain,:....; 8,010 60 



$9,967 42 



IBlaekimith Shop, 

Beoeiyed from sales......... $2,207 81 

Work manufactured for yard, 1, 901 20 

Stock and ready-made work on hand, «...^m..* 822 10 

« 

$4,481 11 



Stock.and ready-made work on hand October Ist, 1804, ..' $287 75 

Paid for stook,......;..; ...!:.;.....:.....;................;.........'....:..;....... 1. 466 12 

Gain ..............v....;.,.., ." '. ..• 1. 2,687 24 



t t I « • • 



• $4,481 11 

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Shoe Shop, 

'f' ' ' (In operation only for four months.) 

BeoeiTOd from sales,.... $699 70 

Work manufactured for yard...... r ..-...« ^.i • 940 98 

Stock and ready-made work on hand, 187 62 

■ •.!. '' $1,728 26 



I Siook^aadiready-made work onlband October 1st, 1864, '....^i^t*.^ $196 60 

p Paid for 8to5k,... ..;. ....?. ...:T...? 764 66 

I Gai^",;.,.;..,.^ 778 20 

$1, 728 26 



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TABU L 

There hate been confined in the I»ti0on sino^ its organisation 964 prisoners, of 
which number 

Hilwankee coontj famished, 4 i^...— d08 

Raoine. ••••••• •••••••••••cio*»»»«#»«»»«« •••••••••••••••••••••••••• *»»«i«*«*»»«»»^'«»»»# ••••••••••• 47 

Doii^e •••—•«•«••«••>— ^do.* • • ••».• ••u...... ••••• 88 

Jefler8on«»*«««— •••— •••»«*o««»*>«»«***»»«»»«« «««>■••«••«—• •••*•••••««*«•••*••••••*•••••••••••••«•••« oi 

IT ans eBna i « « ■«>« -■ — tt"" ^ ■*-'■■• — ■.-»—.^- --.-.. f ft- — ■•tt t'n >■»>» •»ijtninmjn...xa. 24 

*FonddnLac...**««.*«***io**«« — • •.••••u...««j).i»»«.*« 28 

Gant do.*^ « 4«,%»...b4 28 

vraiiwoEU. ••••»•••• ••••••cioa •••••••••••••• (sf ••••■••*••»• •■••••••••■■•••i4%»««*»«i«« ••••••••••••••••• X9 

xonra>B ■•••••••••••••••••■ avLo ••••••• •■•'■••••««•«••••«••• •»«»*»»»««»>»»<i»>nA»4t»«<»»t»> •••••>•••••••••••• X7 

xLenosiia •••••••••• •••••••cio«*«««M«« •••••»•*••••«•«>•««••••••«•••• •••s^ju*««i.«^»«**a».«« ••.«,, ,,«,,«, lo 



.ui.*,..;. 



I »■••■«■■• »•■■■»■♦« 



I »••«*••••••»•.«•< 



La Crosse do. 

Brown. do * 

Bianitowoo* .•••••••••••• do.M««M •••••• VAM******* 

Marquette^ do v ••••.••. 

Osaiikee..—^-.-<^o...... •...••• 

Sank....... •••••..do ..••.••.....'......•••.« 

Sheboygan <»••..«• ■..•••do*.M. •••••...••.•• ....• 
Crawford, ^•••••••••••^^do 

Winnebago. .«• do. 

Vernon dd 

La Fa7ette...«......*...do 

<i T i Dti ant».... f .>«.«w»«»»»Qo..».«^ *•••«•.«•..« 

Jackson.. «..•■•■. -•••••••do«........***..*M««««............«.«.M.«...*»M......*««.. ••••■.. •«»i....«. 

Richland.. do*« •••••• ••• •.••^m.wu'** 

w ausnara.. ..•••«• ......oio. »......♦ •••••»••••»♦<•...•».»»•... ^••••••.♦••..•..i... ...■>■■■ > ■■■.•.■•&k». 

vrroexi*«. .•«...«»«*«......«uo«.... .«••«....•*•••••«..•«.•........••••..•«•••••••«.«••«•..••••.• ••«•••••• 

Washington. •••••..do* •.•••••—••• •'•«.•.. 

X onage .....>..«..»...»..iio»».«.^..*»>»..— •———•..•••. ••••••.•..•••••%.•»••• ••^■. •.»»«•. i^i^ ^ t..^.^ 

St. Croix ^ .«^o««..«..«. ••••.....•- ^ — • .••.•«...• 

Aoams. »■......».•»«.«. . w oo....^..* ».»»...• .»»....•*.»...•«....... ........I ■ — ■■»■■ ..»..♦...>»» r .. J. » 

JKOiiroo ».»»... ...»».»...« 00 —...<•— .».....•..•..••♦...«..•»*••»•••.•.♦.•..•••••••• ••»».^^t»».^«i»»>. 

Boffala ..<.«• ..do— •- .m*.. •*. ••••..••••••••«•»••• ••^^••.••tfi.;.. 

Ban Clair6»»«*..M>»«..a.d0M*«..a.«*».......M««..... ■••••••••«.,«»»««««•«,•«„«««,««««,»„««., «.',,.• 

* cue •*.......»••••*— —**«"O0— ..♦—♦••••*•**»«»•.♦.♦.... ...••.^..•••••^•♦—^^^ till,, •••••••^ w p i »#«wi».»# 

Waupaca... ....•.•«d o .».»..»»..>...«..»*........ .•.•••••••••..•••.^•••••m«.v^i..*^.4; 

Fepin .«....•••... d o .. ...•••.. .....•.•••...»..». ....M...*M.....«««**»a«««ww^«k.M.*u..t 

Wood—..-.. — ..^-^..do • • « «^*«....;.s.. 



■..•••••««••••••< 

kr.«../««.w..*4., 

I ..v.. ••«•.*....• 
•«.^.. 



15 

16 

11 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

8 

8 

7 

6 

6 

6 

5 

5 



8 
8 
8 
2 
2 
2 



• Outaganie ...... ..•...■•d o «..««»..»..».«^«»»» »».*•....».•••...*— .•• » „^»>,^,^»y,^^^^^»,,v,»^», •! 2 

' PieTO#'.....«....».«...»wdo.>..«.*.».*».*«*»>..—«.»..»» f ♦•..•■»»♦■■■.•••». . „ »>i,.,»»,.,.,.iyw. .,..». ..w 

' CalnmeC -^.....«..do« .« • ..• ,AX«^«i.; «* 

wreen iA K e.*..<*..«.*»»uiOw> nmf — ♦♦.*—.**•♦••..•»».■»■— » f» », » ,^,,^,a^^ w iwi n >i'tfv..j»4> 
Aawattne6bh.».»^«^»^»«»»<to»«»w«— ••♦—••••—.••••••.••••♦■...»•»• m,,in»%<i»ww»**^**»wi>i^^«» 

iiengias»»»».— *•»—»•♦— flo>»* * — ...—*••—••••»♦....>.•••»••»»•»»•%»— »*»»<^**»t«w»t>'jV»»«»44i»^ 

^€lark do • 

' 'SUtfatoen •••»*.^ w ..».»qo.»«»»«..»*.»— »•.•••.•»•••—...».••»>».<»>♦—•—•*.*.*»•••» ^r^** At •••»,• 

• Shawano » do ••••.•.... ..- ..••• ••*..•• 

Total, ; 064 



ri270 
TkBtM II. 

? United States-r-New York, *; ; •• 219 

OluOy •*•..,•►.«•...—•.......•• «.—»^«-.» ■ » «••••••-•,.• 69 

V PennaylTaiiiar • ; 88 

XlllIIOlB} ••••••••• ■••••«••■ ••••■•••••••••« ••••••••••••••b ••••«<»•••*••<•••. •■•••••«•«« Ho 

JAftU16|M**«*«*«« ••••«••••••■••••••«'««••■••••««••••••■•••'••••••••••••••«•• *•••••••» Xx 

llMiaelmseits, » *«. •....•«•• IS 

Wisoomflin,. — <.».^ » .«« uJ. II 

Gonneetioui) .^^..^ .^ 10 

liidiigaB, ^.r; ^ 10 

... i\cimio*yy ******************* ******y**" ********* »».»••'»..»....»»..«...•.•••..#.. I 

. VirgizuA)...^...^ ..».« .«• •« .«... 6 

New Hampshire,. •••.••.•— ••«.•«.«• .«•....•...-....•- 4 

New Jexsej, •^..•^•••••.....^ ; 4 

Indiana, i.« .; 4 

I Maryland, .••«... ^ *.-, ^ •'.. 8 

South. Carolina, • 8 

MiflBOuri, «...«•«•«..•... •^-^^ ^ 8 

North Carolina, •.^....•.....•..; ».. 8 

Louisiana, ^•♦••.••••••.•^ 2 

Tenneiaee, • ..^...^ 2 

Rhode Island, ,^ 1 

. .. Alabanus • 1 

Arkansas, .* ^...•«............... 1 

. vieorKia, ....'.*•...•*.*..«...**...«••»•••••«•'••.•••....•«••••«••••••••.•••■.•%•.•■* x 

Qermany, ...«•...••..... ».^........«^ —^ « 191 

• Ireland,... • 168 

"• £ngland,M»..«.***.*.*** •»•••• • •••.. ..»« ••.•...••••••••••• 47 

• Canada,... ^ .« ^ 87 

Norway,.. , 12 

J Seotlandf. ••.••»«*M«. •«.•»••.•.>...••..••••.••.•••*.••••••**•••••.••••••••. ..••••...••••M... ..••••..• 10 

^ Wales,*. .* ~....^ ..i, 6 

Franoe, .m«..«....m«m<m».««. •«••».•«•.»•..••••••••..•••.•.. »..m..m«. *•..»««*•».••••.. •.•..••.■^•••. ' o 

. SwlUexland,.^ ^ «• 4 ' 6 

> Holland,.. •««•'.•.•««•••••••. ...•.•• ••••«...«wm.«..« •«.•••••••*».•.•••••....•«•••. v.«..»..i 6 

Sweden,. « ••.*•• .....«••...•.•« «.,.- ••.#.... 8 

joi i e M i i a,»t.<ii......>*i. * ...«***. .**.•..•.....*.....»•••».. •**»...». .•••.••••••••••i*****...***..........^*. o 



HungaxT,.. 
Isle of Man,. 
NoTa SootiS|« 



>»»»..■»« 



2 
2 
2 

Jamaica, ....... 

Denmark...... 

Belgiun^tMMM. 

New.Ponndland,««M..*«~ • .«.......k.^ 

AtlantSo Oeean,...*....*.*. •«. ^.•..••...•••'•. 

..ToUl, — \ •. * ..•...! M..."f64 



»»••<»« >»..^. >■.«.......•.•■. •♦.. — ......«» 4 



• ••.*•*•*!»••••••••••••••...•. »■.<••■■<.»— .•...^■■« .laa I 



371 

. . TjkBLE III. "m <-/,-•. :;•..:. 7 « .. > v'' 

Orimet far which Convicted, 

. . •■ <■ 

Murders, Ist degree,. ..i ^ • 40 

• ;" do 2d do ^ ••••••..«.•>••« %•«!)••««•#. •t*«*»««»««*4«Wta4«»««ni«*»««««W«..,..«V4^g(« '^ o 

)t UO OCl UO ••■•••••# ■•••••««'«*4«a««5t* ••^^^•••••••^■••••,<^B>««*#*a**v*»««t»«B«»« i«M^|fM» M 

ManslAughter, let degree, 10 

• do 2d 1 do .-. 10 

do 8d do • IS 

do '4t]i do • 8 

Rape, .;«.«..^««..'»^«^<s«........;..« .'...; * 1& 

Embeulement, »«*•»». ..tivvw».»»kw...k '......•.. 14 

Bnrglarj, ...^.....w*...-...... ; 10& 

ABMlAltwiUliAt6B4i0 1«pe|^..i. »..»..»••»>» XV* »> ; 22 

do do kilV**.^^..... .i ' 88 

do do steal, < «..• v..;*.... ^ 2 

do do maim, 2 

Arson,. « * 81 

Robbery, 20 

Ck)nnterfeitlng, ...«« ^ 85 

Keeping houses of ill-fame, '. ...m « 16 

Forgery, : .;...^^ :..... ^j...:: 17 

Ineest, *. ....; .'. 9 i 

Peijury, : : : ; : 6 i 

Sodomy, 2 ! 

Honsebreaking, with intent to murder and steal, 2 

Poisoning well, 1 

Adultery, .> 6 

Poligamy, t | 

Obtaining money under false preteases,...^.,....-.. *..«.•...•.,.• !••••*<« 8 

Prison breaking, „ i... i..i...» .. 4 

Altering and forging U. S. treasury notes, 2 

'Breakiz^ chuxohy^... •••^•u.^v^'^ 1 

Burglary with amui,.. «•••••••••••••••••••••.•••«•«•••••••»•••.•.«••%•••*»•••••••«•«••.•. ••••..••l;^. ' 4. 

Plaoinc obatructiona on railroad track,... , ;..;/: > 8 

Seduciun,.*.^.....,^.^ ...^ ^ , ««.^ •*.. <I 1 

niegal Toting, -.. •..•^...•^..^•^ ^......••^•..^•,....* 7, f 1 

Claiming and.opening letters,. .>.♦><..... ^^,»>,»^.»,.,......r>....^,%.^ .«. ' 2 

«May ^ ei i i,^r.»»^» »•>»•.»**»•»»..•••»»»....««»——»♦» .»..»»< nm ■.^■.■'■^■■»..^».».». ».»«»r.*. »»«««w..»*»^ '■ x 
, * apsiug lorge^ QrcLerj».«*>...>a«»^»»— a o aa^.* »»«»—,, »^^, „ ^^,,^,^y,^^^,^^^,,,,,^.,,yyg^^.»t^.^»' i 

Receiying .stolen goQdS|« —^ —«.——..•••.«»«•,•... .•^•.•.<«..<..« «»•■..••• 2 

• Deeejtion, — .*•• .....•...•, > 1 

Larfieny of different grades, ........^.....«.,..««« ^ ..^...v.. 484 



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TABLE lY. 



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Of the iotal number eontoed, ilnr« listu been ditdisrged 667, in mnnxier asfolloirs : 



I A , ■.* •«•« t* */*•«< 



I On expiration of sentences, ,.,*.. ..,ttM*f,Mt«««*M«MtitM«*«t«*««M*M...M..W4*.«o«.* 389 

; By pardoui.. .....•••^••••«*->.f»«A*>«-«*****«'*«'«**AM#«*««...« ^.«*m»'^848 

By writ of habeas oorpus,.... .M».*..«Mf* »o»m •••••«••»»#••«•«. i..^*** ••«••• 9 

By order of supreme eourt,.... .••••••..•• • • 4 

• Remotedto inaane asylum,.... ...vmo •••••••••••••••.o /|««*m... 2 

By death, • 10 

By Buieide, • • •••• • 1 



.172 



By esoap^ without recapture, • •«.«.<•«••• ..••••.••••••€«• .«• 7 

By reduction of time, under tlie proYieioiis of ohApter 824, general laws of *60, 287 



Total,. 



867 



Kumberof oeiiTiota in prison^ Get, lel^ 1864,... .^.4; nn}, ;......'.. 120 

aeoeived from Oct. l-et, 1864, to October let, •186&,......u..v..;.^ 48 



J 



168 



> * * m ■ 



• • •«• • .«* 



Number of, conTiotadUohargnddwiAg.tbP.yeAr 

^ By pardon,.... ..•••?••••• ••••r*«tMfrprttrf»f»»**t«>Mff*««t»«««M* ..•..••.««i — . 15 

...expiration of lentenoe,. ^^^..,..M..»*.«*,.^^.^.aM*M.*« 2 

-'• eseape without recapture^. .....,, r^,. .,„,,»». .,,.^.,.,..,u«f).*«'«..*..;d»j 2 

'^n reduction Qf ^time,.M. ....,...*... *.....«. .f.r...«...^*.*A*^»*'.»*^»««'«^«4*^«*****«******************* vu 

: By death,...,.. .,.,,M..?t»"MfM,...itMMM»«i „„„„„„.,......- 2 



Total. 



.-. 71 



4 • » 



I • • t ■ ' • 



'T^umbcrinpri8dti,Oot. let, 1866,:. ...........:.. .*, 97 

Of which there were males,.... ."...v.v '..::.. .;.... '.. „ 91 , 

' ;:.do. :.:..femaleH,.v... ....;...; ..:.. ....:: 6 

Total,....:.::....;:.: ::: :::.:; ;.:....: :.... 97 



TABLE V. 



' • • 



Oountieefrom which those reoeiTcd' from Oct. lef, 1804, io Oct.'l8t) 1866, were 
Bent: 



■ • • • f ■ • I 



I • . » • ■ I 



Milwaolue, 

^ Bock^. 

Jefferson^ 

: Dane,.. *» 

A Y erno n, «. »».•—»•*.*.**»*' 
. Golnmbia,^*^.. 
. Winnebago, 
" Green,..«...*~i 

> XT OJJCf •••«%•«••• 



..... ^. .•■• ^^ .: ,■' 

.....V ^ 12 

....^....«... .^ ^. .^.. ...... 6 

>•.••••...•••••.■•••*••»•• ^••.•.••••«.i.««.«.«...«..«...**.....^r*r*V O 
- ...V..... 6 

>• ■»ia. . »<i m «»««— —..•♦».<«»« >.«>»^%».. >»>.»»». .»4#i«<. •»».»»»»»> 9 

L • '9 






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Dodge, 

• Crawford, 

' Shawano, • , 

£au Claire, ••• 

Racine, ...•• ••• • .•fif..(».»*}«^4t^.*»>..*. ...... •.••••••••••• • • 

La Crosse,... • • « 

Brown, .«..• • , 

'fiheboyga«^.»MM.4«w.M«M««»Mi<^««MM««.M««iiu«».w«»u...* t....J */.,„ 

^ Wattsha«a>..»«t<««»««»%MMt.»i»M«»»».«iiM%^v,mu»uimum«v.....,.4;.. 

• , :; *» i •! • . I ' 'I 



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* • • > • • 



' • • 



273 



TABIifi VI. 
NatiYity o£ pwBO&a moeived from Oetobcr imi864, to October lit, 1866 : 

PMiiMylTania, •,•••,.••.••••*•—.•• «* %««.•.••«»• 

Vermont, • • 

Wisoonsiii,..^. «»..«•.•< , 

vUlO, •«••«#••«#•••••••«««>«•••••*•»•••*•«•'••'«<••'«•••••««•»••'«•••••••*••«•••«•• •••••* 

• JLlUDOlS} •••*••«•••••«'•••••••••«•<»• w**^ 

YirgiikU,.. .• ^......^ 

InUiaiia,«. ...•••,••••••••••..«••. 

Miohigan, 

North Carolina, •^•» 

Tennesiee, 

Qoorgta, • 

Germany, 

Ireland, 

Canada, 

England, • 

Norway, 

Scotland, < 

Holland, 

Sweden, 

Bohemia.-^ 



4 
4 
8 
8 
3 
2 
3 
2 



48 



TABLE VII. 

Orime$ for which Oonvicied. 

Murder, let degree, 2 

Manelaughter, 8d degree, -....• •• 2 

Embeiilement, 2 

Burglary, 8 

Aaeault, with intent to rape, 2 

do klU, 2 

Arson, • 1 

6 

^....•.. 1 

1 

1 

26 

: ' 48 



Robbery, »••••• ••• 

Paeeing counterfeit money,. 

Prieon breaking, 

DeserUon,. 



Larceny of different grades,) 



ISdoc 



274 



TABi^ vm. 

Ages 0f the 964 amtictef commutled to the Prkon* 

C/ACiCf Jl«t Jftftlfly>«»*>»-*»««»»«««»»»— —•»#•»•■««»»»»•*»»«»•«»**»»• •■■■••#»•»••»*<»?#•••»»•»*»•■ <■■»»• o 

Fron 12 to 2Q^mm»»*«*mm.*««**»««*««m*«*******.«**».««.»**««.****««**«««*»»««*«* •■••••••••••• 172 

20 to 30, 8W 

30 to 40, * - —....•- 218 

40 to.60,.«.*...M... ••.^.^....•^••.••«— «•«)»•...•««««• ;4« 102 

.60 to 60,«« •••«.M.«««««.««*«.«*MM»«««y»«*****«M««»**MMMa««t.«.i»«*«.«*»«.«« 62 

llV XO /"!•••••••««••'••••••••••••••«•••••*•«*•••••••••>•■*••* •••(■•••••t««»*«>*«>«»i« • ■•••■••••■• Aw 



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Terms of sentence of the Oonmets canjinedj Sept. 30, 1865» 

Daring Ufe, J....... 24 

FiftMn yean, * 1 

TwelTO fyesM, ...•..;, 2 

Ten yean, ..•*.*...•'.... 2 

Eight yean, »J « 8 

SeTenyean, ,...»«.•« 1 

Six yean, • 1 

FiTe years, m d 

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Tlireeyean' 10 

Three yean and six months,^ • 1 

Two yean, • «. li 

One year, ^.; .20 

Eight months • • ; 1 

Sizmonthg,.... .....,«' ( 

Total,.- «..r. 97 



TABLE Xm. 

Educational advantages of Conricts in Prison^ September 80, ^865. 

Read and write English,. J *..*.... 65 

German...... «»«•••;. % 

Oerman'and English......... • ••....••....;.... S 

Norwegian, £> • ;..^ ^ 1 

French,.. - 1 

Dutch, 1 

Read, bat not write,... , », . 9 

Neither read nor write, ;..i, 21 



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Temperate, i..;..,. 28 

Modente drinkers, ;.... 51 

Intemperate, ; „ ' li5 



Baptist, ....7..:...; ..:...;....•-;.;<;.; 6 

P^«Bbyte^Ul^,..o.<•.^..,.^..;.^.4..J..;..^..i..v.;^^^ , 4 

JIPlB^OPwilftM|— »•»••<••<»•<•■<#• ^««>»y <fc»«>* «(»«a^««% ••«••«•••• Mo^vvy* •«••«•••• ••••••■••••••••••• 9 

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Nimher of tonvict$ 9&t^teihe0d/or Ufiiinoethe^ arggkn9cai(mcf^'4^ Prison. 

1862.. »».»»v* » «■»'■■—» »•»»•• •••••••••••••••••• t«ttf**«»4(4»^<«»*f*«»»ji^irf^»«^^«»9«r**^« . 2 

1858^ li - • ••«•••«« MM*«**0-iM.<«^«)M-i.— 2 

1800*«M*»«««»>— ••••••••••••MM* ••• •«*M«'WJ4jil'4#*Mt>>^0»»*>*'**t4f»«««fff««Vt94*«.M- 8 

loOO«»»^ — «««i<^'« »•»••••■• ■— •• «—♦»••* — > — *3.»<»«*»»»<A^^M»»/#.»^«««i^v\tt^»«_M<«xr<««*»»4>»V<»—^' ' o 

1o07m»mm«** ••••••• ••MOTM****** ••••■•••••••««•• •••••«^##f»f»t##/f»»t»t««»4'«« 4 »kai*«<9t>«d<r9|«44(» O 

' 1868m •«««.. ..IkV .••••«••••••• ••••••••••••••••••• «M«rtt«»*f»ff»»*#^/^*m«t^*9«*»»«'^.4^«r 7 

■ AO0U*>v»*vv*«>k*** »>«••••«>«»«»«»•«»»»»•%•••»•»»• oxx*^^* »•<<•< %%^^^^$ mt*»;«(*i«»«|f^a»««»r«f ai^a O 

1861 >.. »„,.,M,.,M........;.- ^. 1 

1o02m*«*«*m>>* •••.^••« •.■•••••••••••••••••••«•••«•••««•««• «|««««frtiS«j«^'»«tt»««»»««^|M,44« 2 

loOOM»«*a*»»««*«« •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••«•••• *f«t»t»»r«fttt«*(MVf»*t«f*«^*f»^«MW*** 8 

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A OOP «•••••••••••■••••'»••*■•••■■■•■••••»»»••••»• *>•»»»»•.%< •••%4«*#'**f #Vft4f f'ta aadfO'^* 4 •••••• •^•••« O 

TOmM|»*^*»«» ••••<«••• ..«..•••..••*«••*••• ••t*»»#/tM«M«*IF<l«Vr««r*«A^^*fp»»«**«« 46 



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' ' There were ditohArged.ot the ikboTenaniber«.twettt^-*ei^,ii4;iiHi«D^,%ii.f4^owi: 

On GoTernor's pardoa,.w««^...^.«*' •<•«*••••«— .o.^i^vd'^^*^***'.***.. *^ 18 

By deftth,^ .««.-,,•., .^^^^^ «•^.•„•M^%.M•t«MMt1v.•.^••r.v^v.:*• •«••• *"••• ^ 

On writ of babeM.corpuA,,.,. «,«..„.«.« ^mm^m..* >•••••.••••••.•••••• 'vt^ «;...«.».•«..•. 2 

BemoTed to jLouiftne as7lu^^^,^...•M•M•••••••.p.••^*M••.•v/•V•V^.^«•A••••^••••••^•i•^fM*•^••--• ^ 

By order of. aupreme conrt^, ,.••.. •..^••«.tt**f»»«*.MM****V*i.«V*.v*: ^..f. ..«.»..•• 1 

Senienoe comnuited to eU jeftra'imprlflonnien^(>..«M„»«'. ••«••• •^^^•••••r...r«**'^**** ^ 

Nuinber of li£e wembere now. in confineiDeAt,..v»* •••.•.•• ••••••••• «i— ^.^^•-•••v**** ^ 

Total, .M - •"la 

Estimate of work done on wash and soap house, and materials for same. 

1218 feet of dressed Ashler, aU..». »^.^...U fO 821..;,^. ^$761 26 

49 feet of window and door sills, , « 624».<o., . 80 68 

78 feet of battlements,..y......^.^^....«^.««..^..«...,».. ,,.«,, . 62fMtM. 66 65 

9 door and window oapa..«w..a«^..«. ^«..«««^..,«^.^««., B 00 ••••.. • -72 00 

8 circle windows, ^ ^ ,. ^. ^ 00..4— / 16 00 

4 DracKstS}* •••••^•••••••••••M«»»»«*M>*«ft««i««««»»«**>»«*««,«»«««»»*««4(i 14 00 «••••• 66 00 

4 bracket cape,*;....<..»^^....-^*^..^~..«.....«.^^«w«^.^....4».« ]0 00 .^.... 40 00 

4 upper batiress caps, «, ..^.,, ^ 00 •«.... [20 00 

4 lower battvees capa^ - ,„....» J6 00 .*.... >60 90 

208 feet of bnttress ashler»«.»...«^««— •••••-^..••.^^^•^•.•««««..« 70 .i.... 146 00 

800 feet of flagging........ ,... 44 ' 862 00 

200 feet battlement sills and caps,- ,^.. 62i.«.^.. . 126 00 

dressed stone for boiler arehy ••••-. .«« •••««,.«••• «••••••••• 70 00 

2 center battlements and caps, m» ^.•••••••««^— •» ••» «.«. 87 00 

44 cords of finindation and backing stone,,..^.^ •••• & 00 •••.«. 220 00 

1218 feet of rough out stone,^...,...*.*.,^.^......**^*.**^^'****** 40 487 20 

1200 brick,.. :. 2 60 86 00 

348 perch fouttdaUon laid,. 1 00 248 00 

27S perch of wall laid,.. .•••....««, 1 26 840 00 

4 buttresses,*..... ...m...........,.*....'..^ ••.»«• ^».. 16 00 60 00 

26 battlements, •.... 1 00 26 00 



M6 

18 window caps ftnd b91b, ^V.«......'.;.v 50 $9 00 

800 feet of flagging, laid, 2 00 16 00 

bnlMinf beller sieh|*...) ,..«.«;...». ^ .^.....w.m^^ .,..; §0 00 

240 yards of plattering, ..•• 10 24 00 

101 jmrdeeBeaTaUen^f li»ondatioii,..,.^ ^^ 87}...... . 87 68 

111 Tard^ftUing inside, *. ..37i..,^. 41 61 

lOO Yards filing onteidei.* •^.••.-.^ 37| 37 60 

26^ bairiiels of Ume^ ^ 30 75 00 

750 bushels of sand,..«v % ^•..•...•^. 10 ...... 75 00 

80 fee6«f guilers and eendnoiers^ ^^••. .•••..•..••.. 26 60 

8375 'feei ef'iWBiDerf ><«.«.. •»•■#»>» tvwm. •••••»■>••.««*•.«% ••••««.«M«M.«. 16 00 •••••• 64 00 

10500 fsei of skingle%»k..r..k» « ^ ^•..— ^ 7 00 •••••» 78 50 

80 feeteon^ek^uu...v» % - 50 ...... 40 00 

4 boxes of glas8j<4...«< «.« ^ 7 25 ^.^ 29 00 

2 kegs of nailSy.v..^. %^ • 8 00 •..«.. 16 00 

150 peandsof bolis,^* «••< 20 *^^ 80 00 

• Lightning rod^..i«».».w*... 28 85 

1000 feet eC olear kuBhef^v^k^^.^,...*.. • ^«.:>.-«^.... 36 00 •«^. 85 00 

Framing and raising reofy .«.•..•• •,**• ^^ 25 00 

Boof boarding and laying shingles, • 16 00 

8 window frames,. .k ^ 8 00 ^.^. 24 00 

3 round window frames, 2 00 6 00 

Sash for 8 windows, 1 50 12 00 

' Basfafoirgrmittd windows, 2 00 ...... 6 00 

Front door, frame and sash, 12 00 

Pnttittgnp enpola frameand finishing, <>«•..%.••. •«...• 60 00 

Settingglas8,........«.....«««....i«/.^<..#M<««..« ^..^w.^.^..^...* ' 8 00 

Oil and paint,. ..«^<^^.«.....^.«................ 15 00 

Painting, /. ...........«..v. ».*....,.». 10 00 

IjeiohtnbSj^..;;;;w..i i....4 « 7 00 

Building -stone Mh honve, 20x6, ^ 80 00 

' Tin roofing for cupola,. «..« »........... ..«•....••..•.•.• 6 65 

Total,. .-. ^..» «• $4,217 19 



Estimate of work done on blacksmith shop, and materials for same : 

300 feet of water-table,.. ^.% « ^ «. fO 62} 

12180 feet of aAler, %.« 62| , 

*63 feet buttress water-table,r^....^............-««^ - 62)^....*< 

196 feet buttress ashlei^v#«.>....r..»«^.....»..«...«^...**......-. - 62| 

6 lower butti^ss oap%.«.<.....<...«................^ 16^00 

'.6 upper buttrei^ oaps, «... .».w..,.*^...».» ^ .5 00 

11 front dooir 4nd window oi^ps,..........^ ..«....,...^.. 6 00 ..i^.. 



' ;4 gable^ window caps, «.«.•• ....... 10 00 

['■A brackets 'iknd caps,»v...i.. ^ .^•.. 16 >00 ...... 

'7 oirole fro^t windows>«%......^*.....> .«...••. ^•........... 6 00 .<.»« 

'It gable olrole, ».»«.... •« .«.«...... 6 W v 

9i feet of cbor steps^ «*« ^ «...• 62^ 

Iao feeC'Of 'floor sills,.*«««/..«r«. <#.*#••. ....««m«#««.«4. »«.... .»-«a.... ' ''68f .*..«* 

26 feet of 'gable window eiUs,..v...^...r«...r.«^...< *,. 62}.. ..i>. 

'^68 feet baok*win'dowsills,«..«.««^ .;..« OS}...... 

-- Iff feetgable door jams,. »•»%.».«...»««. *m»...«,»»...%. ..,..« €i2|...... 

'^'^ arch stones, i.....v«.r. «.»••« ^ «««......... .2.00—... 

pieoes gible jams,*»t*4«««i.«.. ....••...••• «.«#««».* & 00 ^^m... 

itt feet of •battlemeB<«,r^.^.....^.«..«..#«r.r«..<«#...«..^......*— id2)w..l.- 

298 feet of b&ttleihentsv caps -and sills,, .^«*..,*.^^.*«.«*.. . . m fiSfT... ». ) 

18 feet of isomer Btene^. .,....*.«< 02|...... 



$187 00 


800 00 


89 87 


122 50 


90 00 


SO 00 


65 00 


40 00 


60 00 


36 00 


12 00 


20 00 


78 97 


15 62 


42 10 


70.00 


76^00 


,60 00 


110 62 


186 25 


11 25 



J I i y 



8600 f««t«f T*i|h-cul itoM, ;..............; :, 4^ \ W,KH) 00 

lia oordi of IdtmdatioB Md ba^Bf vtone^..;.; 6 m i..!.. 0^5 00 

5000 briek,...^ u«...v.*i.«,..;.;.i;...iii;i;.i... 12 -# ...... . ^ 00 

IW boilieto of sand, w...... ...i....w.,k...v..... ,... . JO ; ' 1B6 00 

680 btttbols^f time, * i....;.v..v....u*....^... 80 106 00 

611 pordiWftRUid, ;;.;...(..;..••.•.....<.....<........:.;...... 1 26 ...... 688 76 

680 poxdi-femidfttioB,. ..i ;........;i......... 1 00 680 00 

6 battVMae& 4.»a.^....<.. .;..i...ui.:i;;; VS 00 ..;... ^ IK) 00 

42 battlometttB,., v,.,.* .......: ;.....i., J 1 OO ...... ^ 00 

^60 window €M)i ftndoUl^.... i.... ..v.;..;i.v.......... ,««► ...... 26 00 

2 ikrcodootlMBps nd «roiioi»,...vuu....i»....v... 12 90 25 00 

6 forioi,.........* .......„...*• '.. :.. 600 80 00 

6 ohimBoyo';. ••.. ..i ..;;;.i....;v.v..^ '« 0^ 86 00 

469 rardo of ^^torivg,..^ ..............w. : 10 '46 90 

10648 fooiof eotttmonhmibor)^ )dO0 ...... ^1 66 

88 squiros of BWngloi^ ; 6 00 ...... . 180 00 

ilOOO foot of oei^olding plank, i.;.;...;.;;^ 18 00 ....:. 72 00 

80 BOftffoldinf polos, *..; ,;;;• 25....^. 20 00 

260O fool of oloar lambor,.. b*i i v^v,...^ 85 OO ...... \ TO 00 

Framing aii^faiiiBrT00f,..«^4......... • , 50 00 

Boof bMue^i^ and uijing 88 oqnaroi of ihingUo.....;. .1 60 67 80 

Golting 0^1 i&nd pnitlng np lOO^eot- of ooniieo,..'..u...» .'50 ...... 80 80 

MakittglOfotiBd top window framoo,.. ^8 OO 80 00 

16 oommon1rindowfMmM0^...-..v..... .v....v.v..v;.....i: i 90 ,82 00 

Saslifor 26 windowo,M»»*.4*«4i»i..uv'.....i.'....;ii«..;i.::;;'.;: 1 60 ...... 87 60 

Makingandbani^OdooTs, .......v.-.....-.....,...^.../ '5' 00 ....... 80 OO 

Sandriofl, ouok ao bonottoo, tuniiiig latlio and boflowtr * 

framoo, •. ,....;.:..J........;.,..\. 50 00 

?00 lbs of nailt, ..ik.......:..i....'. ......'» 00 .1.,.. 72 00 

' Oil and paint,.. .v.v.v............ .'...: .;....♦... ...i.. 82 00 

^ ' Tin gnttoro ^ndopontoj. ..v............ 47 48 

Pipoo for 5f<nrgO0,....s , ...:, 28 05 

Lightning 'ro€r8,.......u.tv.v.«...»....i \v. « 47 70 

Bolts and washors for Toof,.;... ;......;* ;.. .;.... 88 25 

Hingos and door brito, ...m. .A.... 40 75 

Painting opmioo, doors and windows,..' 12 00 

BottingglaBS, .....*.*.: 6 50 

7 boxos of glass,.. -^ 7 26 ' 50 75 

387 yardbof oxeaTaiionforfonndation,. ....' 37}...'... . 126 88 

28 yards of mii^g insido, ,. , 87}; 8 62 

100 yards filling <iutwdo, ......i...... 87} 87 50 

... ... li^ ■ I ■ 

Total i— * • i ;...;;... .r. > $7,866 92 

• • • ... ■ ■ 

Bstimato of work done' on 1i)ail€[iiig used for atororoon)^ barns and. stables, and 
aalarials for same. . 

800 feet of water-laWo, at u*... ....;'. :..:... "fO/m...... $187 60 

1286 foot of ashler, *.- 09*.... '• 800 OO 

68 feet of buttress wator^tabie, at...... <«. i../*.... 62} 89 87 

196 feet of buttress, ashler, at - 62$ 122 50 

"6 lower buttress caps, ati....:. 16 OO 90 00 

6 upper buttress caps, 6 00 80 00 

11 front door and window oaps, 6 00 ...^. 55 00 

4 gable window caps, 10 00 40 00 

4 brackets and caps,- 16 00 60 00 

7 circle, front window,.- .\ 6 00 85 00 

2 gable circles, 6 00 12 00 



m 

32 feel of d<^ Bteps, ,.......,••••.- — .♦vi > ^S^**'** ^00 

128 feet of doef wll8, ;......,,fi*-«.^*»^M^..f^. , AU^o.m , 76 97 

26 feet of eabie window eilli..... ,.* 62l....«. f l& 62 

68 feet of b%ek window bUIb....... .,.,..•.-•.. ..• ^U-itc* fi 10 

. 112 feet of gable door JMnpe,.... ...... ..?••-?••.••..•»•.•••?.•... «2J— — ^ 70 00 

38 arch ston^,..*. ,..,.,,,,,..,,,...,.., „ 2 00. 76 00 

.. 20 pieeeB of . gable j amps, .......'*;-'. • 3 00 .4..^ 60 00 

177 feet of batilefiientB,...^.... ••....••. ••......•,••,.,., 62^«.«rf. 110 62 

208 feet of battlements, caps andBlllB, !....//.;. ' 62l,f^.. 166 00 

18 feet of corner Biqne,....vf..••.v.....•...^...••^•••^• .f-;*.' • ^.v/fi-« ill 26 

3Q00 feet of rough cut Btone,, ...,,,.,, ....,,.,,..^......,^..., ,, 4a ^j.^ IffiOO 00 

. 118 oordB of foundation and banking Btoi^ji^. ,.;.. 6 00 ' ^6 00 

;;1660 buBhelB ol Band^.;.;........'........, ,..f..^f.,tM.,. 10 "i^.,. 166 00 

^0 buflhelB otlime, -..r-^-.W,;.- / 166 00 

511 perch of waU laid,...., ..t*..,^ „..Ju....^^. 68i 36 

. 630 perch of foixmdation,. ^„, 4^0^ .•«.. 680 00 

,. 6 buttreBBei^,..,,....?r t e- 16.00 ••.... • 90 00 

. .42 battlemeniB, ; ....,;„.. 1 00,,.. i.i 42 00 

. 60 window oai^B and biUb,.. ..,...., ,^^ ^ ....... . 2600 

2 large door jampy and arcteB,.. , ^ la 60 •.„.. • 26 00 

;^(M)0 feet of oonpipn Inmber^..,.^ „,,« .......,.....|...;13 00 ..,<.. 460 00 

I 38 BqnareB ol BhingleB,........*..,^*..,,..*..*..^.'.. ,pm 6 00 .,.•,. ,. 190 00 

;3200 feet of flooring, »».*....«, .•.•m».o»4 26 06 ....... 80 00 

2000 feet of dear lumber,.., H...,.vf.»/36 Ofl^ 70 00 

J 1400 feet of Bcaling, , „,„ „...„„^ 21, 00' 29 40 

Framing and raUing roof|.. ....••.•.••• .^,1^ •••.•.•.. 76 00 

Boof boarding ajidJajring 38 squaree of ahin^eB,..,.... 1 60 ....... 67 00 

Getting out and putting up 160 feet of cornice, 60 ...... 80 00 

Making 10 round top window frameB, ., 3 00 30 00 

7 round window frameB^..,,......,........, , 2 00. ...... 14 00 

4 doorftrames, ........,..•,,,.,....•,.„„••.••.; 2 00 8 00 

. 10 round top window bbbIk..., ..','..,^.....y.,,,i,..........M 1 60".'...,. 16 00 

10 round window Bash........... .,.....•...*.•...♦.•.• 2 00 , 20 00 

Making 9 doors,.... •f^.m.«;p«..... 6 00* »••... 46 00 

Making 6 doors, , 4 00 20 00 

Putting in lower joist, «, , , ^^, 10 00 

Laying 88 sauares of flooring and slating, 76 66 00 

6 inside door frames,. .., i QO 6 00 

2 flightj of stairs, , — „.... 6 00 ..../. 10 00 

Hanging 14 doors, ,. ^, 75 10 60 

12 stalls and feed boxes, 1 00 12 00 

1200 Ibfl. of nails, 3 00 96 00 

4 boxes of glasB, 7 26 29 00 

Setting glass, 4 OO 

Oil and paint,.. 32 00 

Tin gutters and Bpouts, 47 48 

Bolts and yashers for roo^- 8S 26 

Hinges and door bolts, .. 60 00 

. Panting oornioe, doors and windows,..., ^ 12 00 

337 yards Q^ration for foundation,.. 37* 126 88 

l^ yards fllling ouUidsi , .;...... v.. ..^ 37} 66 26 

Total,..] ; , MM..;....,....: $7,46749 



^. ». 



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Estimate of work on lewer, and materialB for same* 

876 eubio yards of exoaTation, at 87jf 828 60 

498 onbio yards rock excaTation, 8 00 1,479 00 

664 perok wall laid, 1 76 796 26 

841 peroh of arch,^ 2 60 862 60 

1869 cubie yards of filling, 26 342 00 

676 bushels of lime,- - 80 172 60 

1726*bnshels sand, 10 172 60 

Cutting stone for 4 apertures, 10 00 40 00 

Teaming, 868 00 

12 barrels of water lime, 8 00 86 00 

Tools and iron,. 90 98 

Totar $4, 678 28 



Estimate of conTict labor and improToments made during the year, aside from 
buildings and construction ef sewer. 

Putting up 8 sets of blinds in deputy warden's room, $24 00 

Repairing slate roof and painting cupola, 90 26 

Building 1 new priTy and moTing 2, « 66 00 

Making 2doors and painting gate house, 26 00 

Cess-pool and drain, , 80 00 

BemoTing old building and making woodhouse of it,.. ^ 76 00 

Putting up partition in tailor shop, 26 00 

Repairing done in cooper shop,.. 40 00 

Repairing done in blacksmith shop,.. 100 00 

Repairing crane for stone shop, 20 00 

Sundry miner repairs, m.* ^... 101 06 

Total,..^ - • $686 80 

• ♦ 

The following table will show the amotmt of personal property on 
hand in and abont the prison, September 80,* 1866 : 

Stock and tools in cabinet shop,.... $8,666 06 

dc blacksmith shop. 788 18 

dc shoe and Uilor shops, ' 788 47 

do^ tin shop, • 76 00 

do - cooper shop, ,...., 1,^86 '99 

Stone cutters' tools, and dressed stone, '. 1,846 66 

Furniture, etc., in guard room, armory knd business office, 884 80 

do oommissionet^e apartments, ,-, 1,876 86 

do deputy* warden's apartmeniSi «...w 882 00 

do female prison, and matron's apartro/Bnti, », 846 00 

.do cell room and hospital, »*«... 2,271 86 



do.. ...prisoners* kitchen, : 1}467 88 

do chapel, '. 126 00 

Library, 129 76 

6toek, fsffodng tools and Tsgetables in yard, ^ -... 1> j^ OO 

8pan of horses, harness and wagon, ••— ..p, 836 00 

Wood, ^..., 1,000 00 

Hogs and cows, 200 00 

Total, - -.. $18,^188 8% 

■*— *^^< ■ ' ' t 

AH of which IB respectfully fiubmitted. 

HENBY COBDISR, SiaU Fri$9n 

19D0C. 



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I 

STATE OP WISCONSIN, 1 ^^ 

PODQB COUNTY, j ' 

Henry Cordier, being daly sworn, says, that the contents of the fore- 
going report by him subseribod are just and trae, aocording to- the best 
of his knowledge and belief. 

HENRY CORDIER, 

Stale Prtion Oommlmoner, 

Subscribed and sworn to before mc, this 30th day of September, 1865. 

JOHN WINGENDBB, 

Notary Public. 



CHAPLAIN'S REPORT. 

Waupun, September 30, 1865. 

It has been my design the past year, as previously, in laboring as chap- 
lain among the convicts, to so direct my efforts that they might be bene- 
fited morally and religiously. To this end, religious services are held 
every Lord's day in the prison chapel, at which the convicts uniformly at- 
tend, giving excellent attention during the service to the words spoken, 
the hymns sung, and the- porayera offered. I also viaited them often at 
their cells, speaking to them upon the all -important matters of morality 
and religion, duty to God and duty to man. 

> Believing the word of God to be ^< powerful/' and that it is the great 
moral lever with which to elevate, purify and happify individuals as well 
communities, states and' nations, I feel well assured that the preaching of 
this word, even to the iconvicts in our prison, has not been in vain. In 
fact, there are several instances in which the deepest personal interest has 
been manifested in the rich proTisions of the Gospel ; and I doubt not 
but several now enjoy peace of conscience, and full assurance of the par- 
don of sins through Christ, according to the abundant mercy of our 
G^. 

My efforts in preaching and in visiting the prisoners have been to 

fresient for their consideration the glorious plan of ealvadon through 
Ihris^ inspire them with hopes and high and noble aspirations, make 
them feel that they were still men and women, capable of rising high, 
morally and religiously. Although they were unfortunate in their pres- 
ent condition, they might yet become good, and be respected by God 
and man. 

In our public services, and in our private interviews, I have, at all 
times, iweeived the kindest attention from the convicts. I ever find 



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them willing, leadj, and often even desirous to listen to any instractionr 
or suggestions for their good.a4d happiness that may be offered. 

Religious reading matter has been furnished them from our own private 
library to a considerable extent, as well as from other private sources, 
but the aupply of this kind of reading has been entirely inadequate to 
the demand. A great desideratum for the moral and religious culture 
and elevation of the convicts, is the addition to the prison library of ^ 
number, say forty or fifty volumes, of religious works, carefully selected 
with reference to the use desigoed. The present library, which is inadje- 
quate to the wants of the institution,* contains but very few religious 
books ; and the desire for works of this character by the convicts has 
been greater than I could supply from private sources. As men's 
actions are influenced to solne extent by their associates, so are they also 
by the kind of books which they read. Therefore, the necessity is 
apparent of having a large proportion of purely moral and religious lit- 
erature in the prison library. 

I trust that the next legislature will consider this matter, having the 
interest of these unfortunate men and women in view, together with the 
best interests of the society' in which they may move after their dis- 
charge, and make an appropriation accordingly for the purpose referred to. 

From my intimate acquaintance with the convicts, 1 have no hesitancy 
in stating that I verily believe that the efforts in their behalf, for their good 
and elevation, is generally appreciated, and that many will go away from 
prison better in heart, life and hope, than they were when they first 
entered the prison walls. Some have resolved, and we doubt not with 
sincerity of purpose, that when they go hence their lives shall never again 
be such as to disgrace themselves, their fViends, their race, their Savior or 
their God. 

I cannot close without bearing testimony to the salutary effects, upon* 
the convicts, of the mild, yet firm, discipline exercised by the commis-> 
sioner, Mr. Gordier^ and also acknowledging my indebtedness to him and . 
the subordinate officers for their co-operation with me in the discharge of. 
my duties. 

D. A. WAGNER, 

Prison ChajftalvH. 



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PHYSICIAN'S REPORT. 

WisooNBiir Stats Prisov, 
Waupitn, Sept. 80, 1865. 

Since my last annaal report^ there bare been two deaths from among 
the conyiotB in this prison. 

Mary Johnson, from Waupaca county, age 51 years, died April 22d, 
1865, of diabetes. 

William Bodgors, from Milwaukee county, age 81 years, died June 14th, 
1865, from the effects of a gun shot wound in the neck, the ball entwing 
the mouth, dislodging three or four teeth, passing a little to the left of the 
ceryical vertebra, and passing out at the nape of the neck a little to the 
left side. He lived about 30 hours after receiving the injury. 

He was shot by his keeper, upon whom he had made an assault wiih a 
shovel. 

Several cases of accidental injuries have occurred, requiring surgical 
treatment, but as all are likely to recover, it is not deemed necessary to 
make a detailed report. 

There has been during the year about the usual amount of sickness 
among the convicts, caused mainly from cold and moisture inseparable 
from confinement within prison walls. Yet, the past like previous years, 
has been one of comparative good health. Many of the convicts, when 
admitted, aro contaminated with loathsome diseases, which for a tkne 
interferes seriously with their usefulness as laborers. ^ 

No case of typhoid fever or < ther epidemic or contageous diseaae, ex^ 
cept two cases of small poz in the winter of 1863 and 1864, has originated 
within the prison since my connection with the institution as physician, 
now nearly four years. 

This fact may be regarded as sufficient evidence to prove that the sani- 
tary regulations of the prison are nearly faultless. Inaeed, I cannot speak 
too highly of the efforts of the officers of the institution to promote the 
health and comfort of the convicts, by the most careful observance of 
cleanliness, and the wholesome and nutricious food furnished. 

In conclusion, I desire to bear testimony to the general good manage- 
ment of the institution under its present able and efficient head; and to all 
the officers of the institution, who have afforded me generous aid in the 
discbarge of my duties during the long period of my connection with the 
institution, I tender my sincere thanks. 

M. SWAIN, M. D., Prison Physician. 



ANNUAL REPORT 



or TfiV 



BANK COMPTROLLER 



FOB TBI 



FISCAL TEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1865: 



STATE OF WISCONSIN, 



Oraiox ov Bank GoxpraoLLimJ 
Madison, Oct. 1, 1896. 



Ti» Bm Saoeettencjfi Jambs T. Lswis, 

Owemor of Wucomin: 



Sib — ^I liare ilie h<Mior ta transmit to the legialatvfe my annual repoti 
as Bank OonptroUer. 

Yerj Bespectfally, 

WM H. RAMSEY, 

Bank QmnptroUer, 



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ANNUAL REPORT 

OmoB or THS Bank Gohptrollbb, 
MadiBon, October iBt, A. D. 1865. 

In obedieDce to tho requirements of Uw, the Bank Comptroller enbrnits 
the following report of the condition and transaotions of hie department 
daring the past fiscal year : 

The whole number of banks deing business on the first day of 
Ootobor 1864, acoording to the last annual report was six- 
ty-four, with an aggregate eapital of. ••••••.f8, 008, 000 

The whole number now doing business is twenty-one, with an 
aggregate oapital.of. - 801,000 

Decrease of eapital in tweWe months,.. $2,202,000 

The decrease has been in the iollowing classes of banks : 

Banks yet doing lousiness, • f265,000 

Banks Toluntarily wound up, 1,260,000 

Banks whose seourities haye been assigned to state, in accord- 
aaoe with proTisions of chapter 2&, session laws of 1866.. 687, 000 

$2, a02, 000 

In making the above statement of decreatie of capital, I have inclnded 
therein the banks whose secarities have been assigned to the state, aa 
none of them, with one exception, pay taxes to the state on their capital, 
and have virtnally ceased to exist as banking asaociations. The Sank 
County Bank, whose securities have been assigned t(0 the state, still pays a 
state tax on a capital of $40,000, which is included in the list of those 
yet doing business. * 

The % ggrsf^te amount of seourities held in trust for banking associa- 

Uons October 1st, 1864, was,M $2,664,669 98 

The amount held October 1st, 1866, is, 284, 167 20 

Decrease in twelre months, $2,880,612 78 

Tht amount of circulation outstanling on the first day of Ootobbr, 

1864, was, $2,M),678 00 

The amount on first day of October 1866, is, 274, 784 00 

Dedrease in twelre months, ^ $2,28 6,989 00 

For a particular statement of the condition of each individual bank and 
a brief summary of the securities held by this department aa security for 
their outstanding circulation, I refer you to schedule hereunto annexed, 
marked " A." 

No new banks have been organized during the year, neither have any 
increased their capital. 



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In 1862, proceediDgq were oommeQoed bj order of the supreme ooart 
against fifteen banks, (enumerated in order below giyeo,) and a receiyer 
appointed, bj whom their seourities were sold, and a pro rata dividend 
on their outrtanding oiroulation declared, as shown in schedule "A." 

By an order issued from the said court on the 20th of September last, 
a division will be made on the 25th of April next, of the surplus funds on 
hand, among those holding oertifioates for partial redemption of notes of 
said banks. 

Sundry suits have been commenced on the personal bends of said banks, 
but nothing has as yet been realised therefrom. 

The following is a copy of the notice and last order of the court above 
refeived to : 

"BUPRIMB COURT. 

'< The State of Wisconsin vs. the Arctic Bank. 

*^ The Stete of Wisconsin vs. the Bank of Horicon. 

" The State of Wisconsin vs. the Bank of Korth America. 

'« The State of Wisconsin vs. the City Bank of Beaver Dam. 

<< The State of Wisconsin vs. the Citizens Bank. 

''The State of Wisconsin vs. the Chippewa Bank. 

*' The State of Wisconsin vs. the Eatanyan Bank. 

" The State of Wisconmn vs. the Laborers Bank. 

'< The State of Wisconsin vs. the Lake Shore Bank. 

^ The State of Wisconnin vs. the Novthwentern Bank. 

'< The State of Wisconsin vs. the State Stock Bank. 

<< The State of Wisconsin vs. the St. Croix River Bank. 

'* The State iff Wisconsin vs. the Waupaca Countv Bank. 

«< The State of Wisconsin vs. the Wood County Bank. 

<< The State of Wisconsin vs. the Manitowoc County Bank."^ 



C( 



TAKE NOTIOS, 



*' That an order has been duly made and entered by the Supreme Court 
o£ this state in each of the above entitled case^ of which t$e following 
is a copy : r 

'' It is, on motion of the said Attorney General, ordered, that a notice 
be published by the receiver in this case, in the Wisconsin State Journal^ 
at Madison, for six weeks successively, once in each week, requiring aU 
the holders of eircukting notes of said bank, or of certificates for, such 
notes surrendered to the Bank Comptroller and partially paid, and all 
other creditors of the said corporation, to exhibit their claims to the said 
reoeiver, by filing the said notes, or said certificates or other evidence of 
their claims, in the office of the Bank Comptrolle?, and become parties to 
this action within six months from the first publication of the notice re- 
quired and prcbvided for by this order,, and in default thereof,, they will be 
precluded from all benefit of the judgment which shall be made in said 
aoftioB, and ffom any distribution whicn shall be made, undcf such judg* 
meni» . . 



2»6 

<' It is farther ordered, that at the ezpiratioii of the time above limited, 
the Baid receiter after pacing ont of said' faiid in his hands the eoeta of 
this proceeding, shall distribute the residoo among all who have so pre- 
sented the circulating notes of said bank^ or certificates of snoh notes 
heretofore surrendered, in such manner as that all the holders of such 
notes and of such certificates, shall receive an equal per centum^ upon 
the sums for which they were respectirely tlie creditors of said bank, 
and' that the receiver then make report to this court of the general assets 
of said corporation, that may have come to his hands, and of the claims 
of creditors exhibited to him pursuant to this order. 

<< In pursuance of the terms and requirements of said orders, 1, 
William H. Ramsey, receiver in each of the above entitled cases, do here- 
by give notice to the holders of the circulating notes of said banks, and 
each ef them, and the holders of the Comptroller's certificates for notes 
surrendered and returned to him, an^ all other creditors of said banks, 
and each of them, to exhibit sttt)h tootes, cerUficatefo and evidence of their 
debts or claims to me by filing the same in the Batfk Comptroller's 
office, in the capitol, at Madison, as mentioned, directed and provided 
for in said orders, on or before the 25th day of April next, or. be barred 
in the distribution of the assetSdDf said banks as deelarad in awld order. 

« Dated October 23, 1865. 

<< WILLIAM H. RAMSEY, 

^'Receiver:' 

Section 3, chapter 282 of tho laws of 1865, provider that <' The state 
treasurer may, at any time, in his discretion, when }kt Bhall haye in his 
possession bills of thdse banks of the state which shall fail to redeem their 
circulating notes on presentation, take means to procure in exchange for 
the same, the bonds of this state deposited with the bank comptroller, 
as security for such bills. For that purpose, he may, in his discretion, 
procure from any bank which fails to redeem its bills, an assignment of 
all the bonds of the state owned by such bank, and en deposit for the 
security of its bills, and he shall withdraw and cancel the bonds so as- 
signed, and he shall return to the bank comptroller for cancellation the 
bflls of such bank, fi*om time totiine, as he shall receive such bills, and 
shall deem expedient so to return them. Such assignment shall transfer 
to the state the entire right and title to such bonds, and the interest ac- 
crued and to accrue thereon, together with the interest of such banks, in 
such of their circulating notes as may not be returned for redemption ; in 
consideration of which assignment, if accepted by the treasurer, the state 
will assume the ultimate redemption of the outstanding circulating notes 
of said banks." 

Under this act, twenty-one banks have assigned to the treasurer their 
Wisconsin state bonds, deposited to secure circulation, together with tli^ 
surphis accruing from notes unredeemed or lost. Their circulation is now 
nearly all retired, and holders of the balance are frequently returning it 
to this denattment, with notes, which are redeemed by the comptroUei. 
In order that there may be but one place for the redemption of the billa 
of banks wound up, or not doing business, and that the state may, at aa 
early a day ss possible, come into possession of the surplus above men* 



297 



tioned, I would inggest, that the legislatare 9Qthorize the treasurer to 
withdraw all the state bonds now held for the credit of said banks, and 
deposit in lien thereof, in this department, treasury notes equal in amount 
to their outstanding circulation, and that the treasurer procure from said 
banks, as early as possible, a public notice for the redemption of their 
currency, as required by law. r . . 

Although the banking jBap]tal unqeif the statei law has been greatly 
reduced during the past year by the organization of national banks and 
other osmses, yet a large number of banks have determined to continue 
business under the state law; and prt»positions to organize new ones, 
without circulation, have recently been made. 

Should state banking be continued to any considerable extent, our 
banking law, which is yery defective, should be thoroughly revised, but 
until our bankers shall have concluded on some permanent course to pur- 
sue, I would not recommend any material amendments. 

The employees of this department, with their salaries, are as follows : 

Wm. H. Ramsey, comptroller, $2,000 00 

D. B. Ramsey, bank register, 1,200 00 

Chas* R. Kiebsam, book^-kseper...... «'. 1,200 00 

J. J. Yaa Keulea, night watoli^aa, pes day, ,..;..;. I £6 

The appendix will show : 

" A." — Beourities, oiroalation and capital of banks. 

** B." — ^Names ojf stockholderil, and the amoilBt of stook held by each. 

'< 0."-*NameB of personal bondsmen for each bank. 

« D."— list of banks and their officers. 

'< E.''— Taxes paid to the stato by each bank. 

*' F." — ^Bank note impressions destroyed dbring the year. 

'< O.''— Bank noteyimpressions now on hand. 

« H." — Bank note plates destroyed dnring the year. 

" I." — ^Bank note plates now on hand. 

'' J.'' — Condition of each bank in the state. 

All of which is respectfally submitted, 

WM. H. BAMSEY, 
Bank ComptroUer. 



APPENDIX. 



*> A » 



A." 



The foUatoing U a zUUement in detail of the tecurtiM held in tmut far each 
' hanking cueodoHon^ and the amount of dreul^ting notee i$iued and out" 
standing on the same, on the first day of October^ A, D. 1865 : 



Wiieonsin 68,. 

TreftBury Notes, 

Circulation, 



BANK OF FOX LAKB. 
GapiUl, ¥26,000. 



"»•• 



9»000 



9,047 



Wifloonain 60,. 

Circalation, , 



BANK OF MADISON. 
CapiUl, $26,000. 



28,000 



28,000 



BANK OF RACINE. 
Capital, 925,000 



TTnited States 6b, '81,. 

Circulation, 



2,000 



1,997 



BANK OF SHBBOTGAN. 
OapiUl, $25,000. 



WiBconsin 68, 

United States 68, '81,. 

Treastttj Notes, ; 

C^roulatioB, 



12,600 
4,000 
4,970 



9,611 



299 

BANK OF BTEyBNS POINT. 

Capital, f60,000. 

Treaiw KoUs^.; ^ 8,066 

CironlftftioB, 8 0S6 

BANK OF WATBBTOWN. 

Capital, $25,000. 

WiBOomiii Of, 6,000 

Ciroaliitiou, «• 8, 710 

BATAVIAN BANK. 

^ Capital, ^^$26,000. 

WiMOBiin ^.Ob, 1,200 

Treaauj Noteg, ^ 78 

Ciroalatioii, 1, 098 

OITT BANK OF PRESCOTT. 

Capital «26»00a 

Wisooaain .60, 8,Q00 

Ciroulation, 2, 550 

COLUMBIA COUNTT BANE, 

Capital, f25,000, 

WiMontln. 6b, 4,000 

^nmm Notes, 681 

Circiilation 4,281 



COBN EXCHANGE BANK. 

Capital, $25,000. 

United States 6s, 5-208, 8,000 

Ciroalation, 2, 498 



EXCHANGE BANK OF DARLING & CO. 

CapiUl, $86,000. 

WiseoasiB .60, 8,500 

Ciroalation, 8, 141 

FARMERS' & MECHANICS' BANK. 

CapiUl, $25,000. 

Wi0co]iaia.M 6b, 6»000 

Cirevlation, , 1, 467 



300 



GEBUAN BANK. 



CaidUl, $2d»0e(K 



UnitAd States 68 of 81,.. 

United States 6i, 5-208,. 

Circulation, 



12,000 



16, W7 



Wifooiuin 6b,, 

Circulation/ 



JUNEAU BANE. 
Capital, $100,000. 



5,000 



1,960 



Wisconsin... • —m» Os, < 

Circulation, . ^ 



KENOSHA COUNTY BANK. 
Capital, $50,000. 



6,000 



5,078 



MILWAUKBB COUNTY BANK. 
Capital, $50^000. 



TreaBurj Note^.... 
Circulation, 



8,180 



8,180 



0SHK08R COMMSRCIAL BANK. 



Wisconsin 6s,. 

Circulation, 



Ca^tal, $25,000. 



5,000 



6,000 



Wiflconsin ,...68,. 

Clrculatien,... 



STATE BANK. 
Capital, $50,000. 



4,000 



8,000 



Wisconsin 6b,. 

Circulation, 



SUMMIT BANK. 
CapiUl, $25,000. 



1,000 



874 



WISCONSIN MABINE AND FIRE INSURANCE CO. BANK. 



Capital, $100,000. 



Treaiury Notes, ... 
OlTOulatioo,. 



1,954 



1,964 



801 

The oocuriiieB of the following banks having been aasigned to the State 
Treaeurer, in aeoordanoe with the proyiBions of chapter 282, of the laws 
of 1866 ; the Treasurer will receive their circolatioii as provided in said 
chapter : 

BANK OF BELOIT. 

Wisconsin ~6s, 8,000 

Gircnlaiion...... ■. 8,000 



BANK OF GRANT COUNTY. 

Wisconsin »6s, ^....- 4, 000 

Girealation, 4, 000 



BANE OF QBEEN BA¥. 



Wisconsin ^M,, 

Ciroolationi. 



BANK or THE 37TERI0B. 



Wisconsin... .•..•.6s,, 

Circulation, 



BANK OF JEFFEBSON. 



Wisconsin ...6s,. 

Cironlation,.* *.. 



•A ^#*#«-»-«-*« v«*«^« 



BANK OP HANrrOWOO. 



Wisconsin 6s,.. 

Circulation, 



BANK OF MONBKA. 



Wisconsin.... 6s,. 

Circulation, 



P9^ •• ■•••••••»^«tt 



BANK OF SPABTA. 

Wisconsin. ••••.... •••••*«««6s,. •«•'««#•«.••••••••«••»•••■••«•••«•• ••••••«••••• 

Circulation, •«.«•••« .* *— .«. 



jmlnk of WHITEWATBB. 



Wisconsin 6s,« 

Circulation, 



4,000 


4,000 


8,000 


8,000 


4,000 


4,000 


8,500 


8,500 


4,000 


4,000 


• 


1,600 


.2,500 


2,500 



« 



302 

CORN PLANTERS' BANK. 

Wffoonsln ««, i 2,000 

ClrculatloB, 2,000 

ELKHORN BANK, 

Wisconflin 6b, 8,000 

Circulation 8, 000 



FRONTIER BANK. 

Wisooniin... 68, 1,600 

4 CirouUtion, 1,600 

MONROE COUNTT BANK. 

WiBConsin 6i, ^ 2,500 

Circulation, - 2, 600 

NORTHERN BANK. 

Wiflconain 6i, 2,600 

Oiroalation, 2,60(K 

PRAIRIB CITY BANK 

Wisconsin 68, • 1,600 

Oiroalation, - ^ w 1,600 

ROCKWELL k CO.'S BANK. 

Wisconsin 6fl, ^ 1,600 

Cirealaiion, » 1, 500^ 

SAUK COUNTY BANK. 

Wisconsin 68, 8,000 

Circulation, ' 8, 000- 

SHAWANAW BANK. 

WiMOBsin....... 6s, 2,600 

Circulation, , 2, 600 

ST. CROIX VALLET BANK. 

Wisconsin...... ...6s, « 2,000 

Circulation,. ...^...M ^ 2,000 



803 



. ;• WALWORTH COUNTY BANK. 



^Wiaconnn ;: 68, ;.... 8,600 

Gireulatl^, ; 4.. 8»aOO^ 



r 



WISCONSIN BANK OP MADISON. > 

Wiflconritti ...'..1' 6s,.. I ** , 2,500 

(^oula^on, ........*.....,.M%... 2,509 

• ■ ■ . 

Banlo wound jap^ the circalation of whicli will be redeemed on preaeO'^ 
tation a^ this office in treasury notes at the following rates : 

., . Circulation! Ecde'd 

OutBtand'g. at 

Arctic Bank, , f 1,060 -'68} 

Ban^ of Horicoti,.^ 288 . 60 

Bank of North America, ; 865 95} 

City Bank of Beayer Dam, 1, 887 80} 

Citizens Bank, :. 268 78 1 

Gliippewa Bank,,..*. 980 77} 

Katanyan Bank,: 1, 881 79 

Laborers Bank, 125 87 

Lake Shore Bank, : 808 77 

Manitowoc County Bank, 610 98 

North Western Bank, 418 66} 

State Stock Bank, 2, 778 95 

St. Croix Biyer Bank, 865 76} 

Waupaca County Bank, 596 88 

Wood County Bank, r. 656 77 

Total, $11,954 

The stocks of the* following banks have been ezohanged for United 
States treasury notes, and the comptroller will redeem their circulation^^ 
at par with the same on presentation : 

Circulation Time of Re* 

* Otttstand'g. demp'n ezp's.. 

Bank of Colnmbns,..*. 4....<i»...» $1,648 June 29, '68 

Bank of La Crosse, 868 Deo. 18^ '67 

Bank of Milwaukee, 5,470 April 25, '68 

Bank of Monroe, 1,715 May 25, '68 

Bank of the North West) 8,281 « Jane 8, '68 

Bank of Oshkoeh, — .*««. 618 Feb. 28, '67 

Bank of Prairie du Chien, ^ 2, 685 May 18, '68 

^ankofBipon, • ^ 884, April 1, '68 

Bank of Weyauwega, 1,716 

Bank of Wisecnsin, 1, 866 May 12, '68 

Central Bank of Wisconsin, 8, 288 Aug. 26, '67 

Commercial Bank, Racine, 2, 084 Oct 1, '66 

City Bank of Green Bay, 816 May 19, '68 

City Bank of Kenosha, 6,698 Aug. 4, '68 

*City of Berlin, Oneida Bank, 465 Aug. 2, '65 

Clark County Bank, 840 Oct. 22, '55 

Dane County Bank, 2,681 April 26, '68 

Farmers' Bank, Beayer Dam, 1,272 May 5, 168 



. * . 



804 



Ciroalation 
OutsUndi'g. 

Farmers Bank of Two RiverB, - ^. $1(K) 

FMrmer'B and lliller's Bank,^ * 2, 274 

Forest City Bank, 2,176 

Oreen Bay Bank, 7,681 

Hudson City Bank, 748 

Jefferson County Bank, 8,686 

La Crosse County Bank, „M«..*ff.Mf*M.« 116 

Lumberman's Bank,..^ „„ 1,681 

Merohants Bank, Blilwaukee, 6, 980 

Oakwood Bank,^ ^ 796 

Baeine County Bank, .*.; 2, 174 

Rook County Bank, K \ 2,468 

Bock BiTer Bank, 1, 266 

Sauk Ci^ Bank, .' 8,814 

fieoond Ward Bank, new issue 682 

State Bank of Wisconsin, ' 4, ({24 

Sun Prairie Bank,.« ..V \*.169 

Union Bank, Columbus, 1,216 

Waukeslia County Bank, 9,812 

Wheat Growers* Bank, 1,990 

Wisconsin Pinery Bank, 682 

Total, $90,161 



Time of Re- 

demp'n ezpe. 

^an. 1, m 
July 27, '67 
May 8, '68 
Sept. 21, '68 
NotadT'U'd. 
July 6, '63 
NoiadT't'id. 

.June 9, '67 

NotadVt8*d. 
Aug. 18, '67 
Atiril29, '68 
Feb. 26, '66 
May 21, '68 
June 18, '68 
April 8, '68 
April 8, '66 
Aug. 81, '68 
May. 81, '68 
June 14, '68 
Not adr'U'd. 



^^The notes of tbls bank will continue to be redeemed at this office until the 
securities held for their redemption shall be withdrawn. 



Banks wound up and redeemed in gold at par at this offioe : 



OircolftUon 
OntiUndlng. 

Second Ward Bank— (old issue) $126 

Union Bank, Milwaukee, «.....•—• . 87 



Time of re- 
demp*t en's. 

June 18, 1868. 
not advertised. 



Total,. 



.f212 



The time of redemption of the bills of the following banks has expired, 
but the oomptroller will oontinue to redeem their- circalation until the with- 
drawal of the seourities : 

Oiroalatloo 



^Bank, .926 

r^shkosh City Bank, ^ «.....*.. 98 



Total,. 



..$118 



305 

Banks wound up and redeemed ai this office in coin, at the following, 
rates: 

OfarettUtloB 
OBtstending* CXf. 

Bank of iilbai^, ; f $806 78} 

Bank of AppletoD, ^ 606 61f 

Bank of BeaTer Dav, i 118 67j 

Bank of Eau Qaire, ^ 810 84 

Bank of Fond da Lao,. ^ 808 OSf 

Bank of Portage, 700 7a 6 

Beloit SayingB Bank, 80 46} 

Bodge Gonnty Bank, i •, 980 69.8 

Hall & Biotker'a Ibink, ;. « 770 68 

Koshkonong Bank,; * «.^ ..,,.^ «•• 486 64| 

Mechanics Bank...... ^ 190 62{ 

Mercantile Bank 1,169 79| 

Oconto County Bank,.., ^,^ , - 826 76 

Osbom Bank,.:. * 290 66 

Portage County Bank, ; ...» 867 

Reedeburs Bank, .;. « 888 

Southern Saink, -« , 44 

Tradesmen's Bank, • • .«.• 616 61' 

Waupnn Bank,..: 717 80 

Waushara County Bank...... •*- p.*^ 142 78J' 

Winnebago County Bank, 1,878 67 

Wisconsin Valley Bank, ^ 406 77 

Total; *U,862 




The whole amount of circulation ontistanding on the first day of October 
1865, is : 

Par banks, : $160,927 

Banks winding np, 118,807 

ToUl, $274,784 

Socured as follows : 

Wisconsin 6*8, ,,.„ $184,700 00 

United SUtes O's,.. - ; ' 26,000 00 

$160, 700 00 

Treasury notes, r - ^ 116,261 64 

Coin, ^ j^ 8,206 66 

Total, « ^ .:. ,.... $284, 167 20 



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Lul of the Ojffkert of Banks as taken from the reports made to this office 
on the first Monday of July^ A^ Z>., 1865. 



Nftmes of Banks. 



Location. 



Bank of Fox Lake...... 

Bank of Madiaon, 

Bank of Racine, 

Bank of Sheboygan,. . 
Bank of Bterens' Point, 
Bank of Watertown,. ... 
Bank of Weyanwega,... 

Batayian Bank, 

City Bank of Prescoti,. 

Golnmbia Co. Bank, 

Com Exchange Bank,... 
Com Planters' Bank,... 
Bx. B'k of Barling &Co., 
Farmers ft Meeh. B'k,... 

jGtorman Bank, 

Green Bay Bank,... 

Jonean Bank^...« 

Kenoiha Co. Bank, 

Hilwankee Co. Bank,... 
Merchants Bank........... 

Oshkosh Com'l Bank,... 

Sauk County Bank, 

StoteBank, 

Summit Bank,.^... 

Union Bank,... 

Wisconsin Marine ft 
Fire Ins. Co. Bank,. 



Fox Lake, 

Madison, 

Racine, 

Sheboygan, .... 
Steyens Point,. 
Watertown,.... 

Racine, 

La Crosse, 

Presoott,... 

Portage City,.. 

Wanpan,.. 

Calamet, 

tend da Lac,.. 

•••••••••uO. ........ 

Sheboygan,.... 

La Crosse 

Milwaukee, .... 

Keposha, 

Milwankee, .... 

do 

Osbkosh, 

Baraboo, 

Madison, 

Oconomowcc,.. 
Columbus, 



Presidents. 



Wm.E. Smith...... 

Simeon Mills, 

Henry J. Ullman,.. 
W. W. King,.M....< 

J. H. Morgan, 

A. L. Pritchard,... 
Geo. C. Northrop,... 
G. Van Steenwyk,. 
M. D. Miller, Vice., 
Jno. P. McGregor,. 

D. Ferguson, 

E. A. Darling, 

T. S. Wright, Vice , 
Samuel B. Armory,. 

Geo. C. Cole,.. 

Daniel Wells,, Jr.,.. 
Anthony Green,.... 
Geo. F. Harding,... 

J. Armstrong, 

E. H. Goodrich, 

Thos. T. RecTC, 

T. Thomas, 

Samuel Marshall, .. 
B R. Hinkley,.... 
J. R. Wheeler,.... 



Mili^ttkee, I Alex. Mitchell,. 



Cashiers. 



W, J. Dexter. 
James L. Hill. 

F. R. Townsend. 
George GalL 

W. H. Clark. 

B. B. Horthrop. 

Jno. S. Henderson. 

O. T. Richmond. 

J. H. ASnswortb, as't. 

Wm. Hobkirk. 

B. Scheffer. 

K. A. Darling. 

Robert A. Baker. 

J. H. Mead. 

W. H. Rogers. 

J. A. Pirie. 

Jno. N. Purple* 

L. ScheiTer. 

B. B. Scott. 

G. W. Roe. 

L. 6. Hanks. 
H. K. EdgertoD. 
A. G. Cook. 

D. FerpQion. 



820 



*»T7I »• 



Th€ following statement exhibits the amount paid the State for taxes on 
4he capital stochof each bank during twelve vionths preceding October l$tj 
1865; 

Names of Banks. Am'i Paid. 

Bank of Beloit, $8J8 88 

Bank of Fox Lake, ^ 068 08 

Bank of Orant Connty, 460 00 

Bank of Green Bay, 602 90 

Bank of the infaerior, 488 98 

Bank of Jefferson ^.^ 658 84 

Bank of Madison, 750 00 

Bank of Manitowoo, : , S87 71 

Bank of Milwai^kee^ 1,823 24 

Bank of Moneka, ........^ 778 88 

Bank of Monroe, 887 71 

Bank of the North West,* 644 88 

Bank of PraUne du Chien, ^ 379 16 

Bai\k of Baoine, 876 00 

Bank of Bipon, • 281 26 

Bank of Sparta, 832 60 

Bank of Skeboygan, ^ 876 00 

Bank of 8teTenfl Point, 750 00 

Bank of Wstertown, ^ 488 86 

Bank of Weyanwega, 496 89 

Bank of Whitewater, ..•* 376 00 

Bank of WiBoonsin, « 366 71 

BaUTian Bunk, ; 876 00 

City Bank of Kenosha, * 626 00 

City Bank of Prescott, 666 09 

Columbia County Bank, , 688 88 

Corn Ezohange Bank, 760 00 

Com Planters, Bank, ^ 480 00 

City Bank of Green Bay, ^.o 822 17 

Dane County Bank, 676 96 

BlkhornBank, * 801 46 

Riohange Bank of Barling k Co., 640 00 

Farmers' and Mechanios' Bank, 876 00 

Forest City Bank, 496 68 

Frontier Bank, 876 66 

Farmers' Bank, Bearer Dam, 616 88 

German Bank, 876 00 

Green Bay Bank, 1,880 41 

Jefferson County Bank, 876 00 

Juneau Bank, '. 2, 944 04 

Kenosha County Bank, 760 00 

Monroe County Bank...... . 666 06 

Merchants' Bank, Milwaukee, 1,881 79 

Milwaukee County Bank, » 1, 184 06 

Northern Bank, « 876 00 

Oshkosh Commercial Bank, 876 00 

Prairie City Bank, 876 00 

Bock County Bank, 618 26 

BockweU k Co.'s Bank, 808 70 

8t. Croix YaUey Bank, 886 68 

flank City Bank, 699 80 



Name of Banks. 



321 

" E "—concluded. 

Am't ^d. 

Bank Coanty Bank, : 600 00 

Skawanaw Bank, *• ^ ^ ,398 tt 

State Bank, : .» ^50,00 

State Bank of Wiseonsin, 2,^812 60 

Second Ward Bank, 677 76 

SnaunU Bank, »•»• « ; « .^•..m,*^.. 876 00 

Union Bank, Colttmbus, 4 601 29 

Walworth Gonnty Bank, 876 00 

Wankeaha Coantj Bank. %........... , 677 40 

Wifoonein Bank of Hadison, •«•••••».•••<..«.. 3d9 88 

Wiseontin Marine & Fire Insurance Co.'s Bank,..i .....^^ 1, 600 00 

Wheat Groweri' Bank, ,« .'...o ^/' 818 76 



Total, .<r.»»< •».**«*......• •••••i»«>««*«*. 



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^me of B«nkfl. 



City B»nk of KtnoBha, 

BW» B&&k of Wiffooniin,..;. 

do; i. 

Jeff^tflon Comity Bank, 

Bftnk of Weyauwega, 

Kortiiern Buik, 

do 

i)«ae CoontT Bank...... 

do 

Bftnk of Beloit, 

do 

Bank of Milwaukee, i 

do 

Bank of ike North West....... 

Waukesha County Bank, 

Walworth County Bank, 

Book County Bank, 

Bank of Monroe, 

Seoond Ward Bank, 

Elkhom Bankj 

Bank of Praine du Chien,.... 

Qreen Bay Bank, 

do 

Bankof Ripon, 

Bank of Grant County, 

Forest City Bank, 

Bhawanaw Bank, 

do 

Bank of Wisconsin, 

Wisconsin bank of Madison,. 

Wheat Growers Bank, 

Bank of Manitowoc, 

Sauk County Bank, 

St. Croix Valley Bank, 

City Bank ef Green Bay....... 

Bank of Moneka, 

Bank of the Interior, 

do 

Prontier Bank, 

Bank of Sparta, 

Monroe County Bank, 

Corn Planters^ Bank, 

Bank of Jefferson 

Sauk City Bank, 



Location. 



Kenosha,.. 

Milwaukee, 

do 

WatertowB, 

Weyauwega,... 

Green Bay, 

do 

Madison, 

do 

Beloit, 

do 

Milwaukee, 

do 

Fonddu Lao, 

Waukesha....... 

DelaTan, 

Janesyille, 

Monroe, 

Milwaukee, 

Elkhorn, 

Prairie du Chein,... 

La Crosse, 

do 

Ripon, 

Platte Yille,.. 

Waukesha, 

Sheboygan, 

do 

Watertown, 

Madison, 

Sun Prairie, 

Manitowoc, 

Baraboo, 

St. Croix Falls, 

Green Bay,.. 

Sparta, 

Wausau, 

do 

LaPointe, 

Sparta, 

Sparta, 

Wanpacca, 

Jefferson, 

Sauk City, 



Denomina- 
tion. 



1,1, « 

1,1, « 

«, 

1, 1, 8 

1 

1, 1,*, 

6, 
1,2,8 

10, 
1,2,8 



8 

6 

10 



1,1.2 

10, 
i,2,8 

1. 1. 1 
1,2,2 

1, 2, 8 

1, 2, 8 

1. 1. 2 
1,1,2 
1,2,8 

1 

1, 1, 2 
1, 2, 6, 

1, 1, 2 
1 

5, 
1, 1, 2 
6, 6, 5, 

5. 
1,1,2 

1,2,8 

6, 
1 

6, 
1 

6, 

5, 

1,2,8 

5 

6, 
1 

1 



5 
2 
8 

10 
6 

20 
6 

10 
6 

20 
6 
2 
5 
6 
6 
6 
8 
5 
2 

20 
6 

10 
8 
2 

10 
6 

10 

10 
6 
5 

10 
6 

10 
2 

10 

10 
5 
6 

10 
2 
2 



No.ofim- 
prenxonB 
deeCroy'd 

216 

672 

60 

962 

8,684 

2,688 

1,066 

900 

8 

47 

678 

184 

18 

311 

2,181 

1,407 

186 

884 

822 

106 

961 

8,788 

776 

666 

608 

80 

266 

986 

882 

986 

84 

228 

187 

208 

819 

88 

1 

828 

6,427 

691 

266 

401 

1,700 

6,966 



^23 



ti p.»» — continued. 



Name of Banks. 



Bank of Green Bay, 

Bockwell & Go.'s Bank, ^.,. 

Prairie City Bank, * 

Farmers' Bank of Beaver Dam, 

Bank of LaCroese, *m. 

Merchants' Bank, .%• 

Union Bank, 

T- .r ■ • - : . ■- --^ 



Location. 



Green Bay,... 

Elkhorn, 

Ripon,^ 

Beaver Dam, 
La Crosse,.... 
Milwaukee,. . 
Colambua,.... 



Denomina- 
tion. 



1.2 
2,8 
2,3 
1,6 
1,8 
10,10 
5,10 



No. of im- 
pressions 
destr«^M 



8,428 
844 
2A8 
298 
760 
290 
888 



«« 



a. 



» 



The number of Bank Note impre$$ion8 on hand Octoher Ist^ 1865. 



Name of Banks. 



State Bank, 

Bank of Racino, 

Wisconsin Marine & fixe Ins. Co. Bank,.... 

Columbia County Bank, 

Bank of Watertown, ....,.., 

Kenosha County Bank,.....^ 

Bank of Fox Lake, ».......< 

do 

German Bank, , « ^., 

Exchange Bank o£ Darling & G(x,,.„„„.„ 

Oshkosh Cummercial Bank s..... 

Bank of Sheboygan, 

Corn £xohange|Baxik, , 

Bank of Stevens' Point,. , 

Menomonee Bank, 

Rail Road Bank, 

Bank of Superior, ^ 

Juneau Bank, 

do 

St. Louis Bank, •«••••< 

City Bank of Presoott, 

Bank of New London, 

Marathon City Bank, 

Richland County Bank, 

Farmers' ft Mechanics' Bank, 

Howard Bank,. 

Summit Bank, 

Bank of Madison...... , 

Batavian Bank,... .« « 

Milwaukee County Bank, 



• w • 



Location. 



Denomina-- 
tion. 



Madison, 

R(^eine, 

Milwaukee, 

Portage City,.., 

Watertown, 

Kenosha, 

Fox Lake, , 

, do 

Sheboygan,...!., 
Fonddu Lac,.... 

Oshkosh, 

Sheboygan, 

Waupun,.. 

Stevens' Point,. 
Menomonee,...., 

Madison, 

Superior, 

Milwaukee, 

do , 



Superior, 

Prescott,» 

New London, 

Marathon, 

Richland Centre,... 

Fond du Lac 

Chippewa, Falls,... 

Oconomowoc,.. 

Madison, 

La Crosse, 

Milwaukee,. 



1,1,2,6 
1,2,8,^ 
2, 3, 5, a 
1, 1, 2, 6 
1,2, a, 6 
1,2 

1,1 
2,6 

1,2,8,6 
1,1,2,8 
1,2,3,6 
1,2,8,6 
1,2,8,6 
6,10 
1,2,8,6 
6,6,6,10 
1,2,8,6 

1,1 
6,10 
6, 6, 10, 20 
1,2,8,6. 
1.6 
8,6 
1,2 
1,2 
6,10 
2,8 
«2 
1,6 
6,10. 



No.of im 
pression- 
destroy'd 



1,911 

47 

76 

168 

486 

1,114 

460 

906 

78 

60^ 

329 

206- 

418^ 

16$ 

4,690 

4,000 

2,290 

2,993 

2,060 

2,990 

2,272 

8,600 

6,800 

8,600 

728 

1,884 

716 

1,649 

8,792 

120 



324 



Lint of hank note platet destroyed dwring the year, ending October l$l, 1865. 

Oeatral Bank of WiBconsin, 1, 1, 2, 8 

Git^Bank of Kenosha, 1* 1,2,8 

State Bank of Wisconain, » *» 1, 1, 2,6 

do do«.,«.... •«... 6, 10 

Fannera'aad Millera' Bank,.. 1,1,2,5 

do do 6,10 

JelFenon County Bank, 1, 1,8,6 

Bank of Weyanwega, 1,2 

Baoine County Bank, 1»2,8, 6 

Northern Bank, 1,1,2,8 

do 6,10 

Pane County Bank, 1,2,8,6 

do do 10,20 

Bank of Beloit, 1, 2, 8, 6 

do 10 

Bank of Milwaukee, i 1,1,2,6 

do ..do 10,20 

BaT.k of the Northwest, 1,2,8,6 

W..akeflha County Bank, 1,1,1,2 

Walworth County Bank, t 1»2,2,6 

Book County Bank, 1,2,6,6 

Bank of Monroe, 1, 2, 8, 6 

Second Ward Bank, 1,1*2,6 

BlkhornBank, » 1,1,2,8 

Bank of Prairie du Chi*n, 1,2,8,6 

Oreen Bay Bank,.; 1,2 

do 20 

Bank of Ripon, 1,1,2,6 

Bank of Grant County, 1,2,6,10 

Forest City Bank, 1,1,2,8 

^awanaw Bank, ...., 1, 2 

do 6,10 

Bank of Wisconsin 1, 1,2, 6 

Wisoonsin Bank of Madison, 5,6,6,10 

do do 1,1,1,2 

Wheat Growers' Bank, 6,10 

Bank of Manitowooi < 1,1,2,5 

Sauk County Bank, » 1,2,8,6 

St. Croiz^Valley Bank, 6,10 

^ty Bank of Green Bay, 1,6 

Bank of Whitewater,. 1,8 

Bank of Moneka, 6, 10 

Bank of the Interior 1, 2 

..;...do do....; ..»..« 6,10 

Frontier Bank, 6,10 

Bank of Sp^a, %%«..r .«. 1, 2, 8,6 

Monroe County Bank,* ...n//^ v.... 6,6 

Corn Planfers* Bank, * ». ; 6,10 

Bank of Jefferson, 1,2 

Sauk City Bank, 1,2 

Bank of Green Bay,.. 1,2 



*• 



825 

^'H''4-concli^^ed. 



Rockwell & Co.'8Bink i 2,8 

PrttirieOity Bank, .? ..*. ....••^^..it.... 2,S 

Farmers' Bank of Bearer Dam...... .> :; I.... . 1,6 

Bank of La CroBse,.,.... « .».,...«».>. ..:....*..» « .^. ;..... ' 1>8 

Merchajrta'Jlank,.... v^ ^......i ....U..:.... ' 6,6 

do ; '.'i.......t ;..w.;iUi...; . ,10,10 

T7Didn Bank of Colambiis, • ^ ! :,6,10 



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Zose of bank note pluUtfeinaini'^v'nr'hand Ootoher l$t, 1865, c^epcpiflscLiotA 
the JSank^of the 'Republic, iNew Tdrk» . ": \ '^ 



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NJime of Bunks. I ^"^^^ 

Btato Bank, Madison, |..,..> *.... 1,1,2,6 

Wisoonsin Marina & Fire Ind. Co. Bank,......; i.... 2,^, 6, 6 

Baskof Baome,....., .«.-. «• • ».... 1,^,S,5 

Coliind>ia Coanty Bank^.^ ^ , ', i...^ ;».^«.j.... 1,1,2,5 

BankbfWattrtown,.., ;«.>.., I.... 1,2,8,6 

Kenosha Coaaty Bank, ^ ...; i.... ' 1/2 

Bank of Fox Lake,.. • i...i...«..««..L.... . 1,^ 

• ••••••••VO •••. •••*•••. ••.kff.«...«...........«.a*.«..*».r*..r«« •••••.....• .•...••.•4.... ',. Mf O 

Genaan Ba^k^.**.... >..«,.» - ..- .«• 1.... 1,3^ 8, 6 

Ezohaage Bai^ of DarlJ2i«{ & Co., ; i.... 1, I> 2, 8 

Oshkoftk Commarouifl Bank,; *....^....,... i.... l,!; 8, 6 

Bank of Sheboygan,..;....,;: ,,.,.», j.... XX 8y6 

Com Ezehange Bank, 11,3; 8, 6 

Bank of Bnperior,...,..^.*.^...*..*..^.**..-— '••••••••• .«.*^....«««.«.~.- l,*), 8, 6 

Menomonee Ba&k,.*...>..^,.'> :..>..«».j • il,(fr, 8,6 

Jnnaaa Bank,... »........m....>..« ^ ' 1»1 

do «»....* '. ^.1 •*• » , 6» 1# 

ct. jjoniB Joanifi.......*....*. •*■••>»■»•»•*»*.*♦'.»*»».» »^.. ».».»...•........... »r. ............ o,d,/*v, ^# 

City ^nk of Presoott). ^ :«..<,. 1,2,8,6 

Banic of Kew London,»>..«.» .«.^*A«if. ...;•*.••..« .^^ "' 1,6 

Marathon City Bank, i!...^ « 1^6 

BiokUind Connty Hank,...i »..<c.«'..^..^.. . 1,2 

Farmer^ and Meohanica Sank,M.M.M.au..^..«.t*. »*.... •••......•.••.•••••••.••••• ^1,2 

Aaii i&oad J}anK,<».««.*. ..•.»•••.•.•.■•.«•.. a. M. .«.••.•..*...•••••.. ....••••. .•••••«••.... o, d, jx/, 2v 

x*owarci JvanK,... ••.•«.»••••.••••..»..•«. •••M* ^••.#* «^....k*.«*. •....••*... .iM...... ■•••*• ^t ^^ 

BnianBt Bank,. ..»•«••••«.. ..••.M.M.^/..^........^. ...#•.»•.«. ....•..»•»...•••«••••• ."l ^6 

Bank of Madison,* «..;«. ••.;..«,• ••.•...• • «« i a1»2 

Aftilwafikee Cooti^ Bank,.«..i^.«,;.rt«....««M.ir...ir. .•••••..••.■••••••••»«••«••••••*•*** -^^f^" 

Bank of Sletens Point, u.^.;.«i;..^...,;«.m..«. # •« : >5i 10 

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ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



Commissioners of School and University Lands, 



POft TBB 



FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1865. 



STATE OF WISCONSIN, 
Office of Covmibsiokeks of School and Uniyebsitt Lands^ 

Mkduon, October, 1, 1865. 

Hon. Jamis T. Lewis, 

Governor : 

Sib : Agreeably to the requirements of law, we have the honor here* 
with to make to you our official report for the year ending 30th Septem* 
ber, 1865. 

Statements of the receipts and disbursements on account of the seTeral 
funds affected by our action, will be found in the reports of the Secretary 
of State and the State Treasurer, for the fiscal year just expired, and we 
beg' leave respectfully to refer to them for all such information as is not 
herein contained. 

The amounts of interest received during the fisoal year ending Septem- 
ber 30th, 1865, and the amounts for the two previous years are as follows: 

Year ending Tear ending Year ending 
Sept. SO, '68. Sept 80, '64. Sept. 80, '66. 

School Fund Income, $145, 171 87 $151, 518 46 $158^042 47 

Univenuty Fund Inoome, 18, 006 56 11, 522 40 11, 757 77 

Swamp Land Fand Income, 18, 157 67 15, 771 48 «17, 968 80 

Drainage Fund Income, 4,675 19 4,998 80 «4,989 88 

ToUl, $176,009 69 $188,805 64 $192,752 92 

J I ■ ■ ■ I ■ ■ , ■ ■»< I .1^ 

*Inolnding Drainage and Normal Sohool Fund since June 1, 1865. 



336 

We aonez hereto a tabular statement, marked Exhibit <^ A" (1,) (2,) (3,) 
d^i) (Pt) showing separately the number of acres of school, swamp ana 
universitj lands sold in each county during the past year ; the swamp 
lands having been divided into the normal school and drainage lands on 
the first day of June, 1865, the toble, Exhibit '<A*' (2,) includes the 
Bales of the latter, while separate tables, Exhibits '*A" (3) and (4,) show 
the sales of those lands after the partition. These tables exhibit the 
amount for which the lands were sold, the amount paid on the^ principal, 
the amount paid on interest (at the time of purchase,) and the amount 
remaining unpaid, besides annual interest. In the case of some of the 
school lands heretofore parehased from, the State, partly paid for, and 
forfeited, and eold by the State, an excess has been realised upon the 
public sale, which excess over the amount due the State at the time of 
sale, is designated as " surplus," in the table '* A (1)." 

The amount of acres sold, compared with the amount sold last year and 
the year before, is as follows : 

1868. 1664. 1865. 

SohQol lands, acres, 44,799 68 50,686 53 41,480 87 

Swamp lands acres 26, 718 22 46, 178 94 40,669 99 

UniTersity lands, acres, 2, 744 62 2, 980 28 8, 871 62 

Total, acres, 74,267 52 99,796 70 85,52189 



The amounts of the sftles of the forfeited mortgaged lands, for the fiscal 
year ending September 30th, 1863, and for the fiscal year ending September 
30th, 1864, are as follows : 

1868. 1864. 

School Fund .' $18,798 17 $17,811 66 

UniTcrsity Fund, 1,476 00 670 83 

Drainage Fund, 2,020 99 1,645 51 

Total, $22,290 16 $19,628 10 



Since these sales were made, the lands remaining have been oppcaised 
under chapter 261 of the laws of 1864, and have been put in market at the 
af^praised rates. The sales for the last fiscal year have been $17,140 56. 

With the lands so sold were mortgaged and forfeited to the State other 
lands appraised at $3,062. These lands, appraised at $20,202 56, are the 
sole security on which $46,975 were loaned to the former owners oftder 
the old system of investing the trust funds. We beg leave to quote'from 
our last annual report on this subject : 

Until within a year, the accumulated principal of the several funds was 
loaned out to individuals upon note and mortgage at seven per cent, inter- 
est, such a system there was an inherent vice. It was impossible for the 
commissioners, however great their care and fidelity, to be intormed with 



S37 

oeria&ty ur to ihe Talue, or erea the title of ie»l eetnte offered as fteemty 
for loflOMK, moBk of wbioh was remote frdm ttie rjeaideiioe oi o£oe of tiie 
eoiraiiBiioiicrs. The ttansaotioiis were nomef ou9r i^ ^<^^^ heiag oTor:fiTd 
hanidred doUaia. TheTalno of land^eapeoiaUy in oitles a»d yillagee^wn^ia 
a^great measiue speealatiYa, a«d the perBons called to appraise the s^eea^^ 
rity were often willing to take very enlarged views of the valne, in order 
to aid a ficiead in getting a loan. If, beeldes the effeet of these nnavoida- 
hle sources of «rror in the estimation of seoiirity,. the conuniseAonere 
hjq>pen also to be lead away by poUtioal or personal aympathy, or to bO: 
actnaiffd by selfish interests of any sort, it is easy to see that loans wonj^' 
often be mado upon insnficieni seeorities, and losses to the fand wo^ld 
ocear. lUnattfations of these &ota are eon$t4Atlj ia onr vilw." 

Lands on whieh over two hundred thot[sand dollars had been loaned^* 
and which shdnldfherefoxe havei been worth) be^ideg imprOTementSya^t lea^ 
four hundred thousand dollars^ wero in 1864 appraised on oitth bel.o^w 
ninety-siZ'tl^ohsaBd dollars, and, excepting the anbomit spld as above sti|r 
ted, are now sabjoetito sale at thdse rates* Thus the state submits to.a 
loss of fiftyt^threfi^mr cent, on the principal, and realizea bqt slowly thai^ 
although oiferiDg a credit of ten? yeifts otf three*fourtha[of the pui^dum^ 
money. ./.ro- ' i, . ' - ' , •. 

*< Nor does thisidefioidncy enpreli9 all tibus real loss to[the states The in- 
terest on the inveatment, since the datis df tbe forfeitax0| is to be added* 
Most of the iorieitures wece madiKbetwien 1656 'and.l861»a&d the infte^cat 
would be from thirty to fifty per cent«ef:the principal. Again^the hnd whei) 
bid in by the state, upon forfeiture, beteknes eximpt ttom taxation, so tb»t 
here is another tsaniee of aeriofialosa'toihe state* Many of the foirf^iled 
mortgage lands prove to be nearly woKthiSss. A few< iUufltetions of, the 
N mode 4tf. making IbanSypraetised m &w yevs ago, and q£ the results will 
be found in the table attached, xnarked Bxhlbit '<£//. which shows in the 
eases seleeted, the names -of ^mortiagois, th^ daites M teaiPi itha amount 
loaned, and in wfaab county, and the present appraised .value;* pi thcsoW'^ 
rity held by the state. They are quite inslraolSvie, .^and; ealoulated to -ti^ 
fresh thememory of persons acquainted ;With.dH»|ioUtlca) bSstioryof the 
school fund. . We are aliso informed by the af^praiserSltibat insoiae in- 
stanoes the namen of th^''mortgager8:a8^'borrtoiiseta are altogether fipti* 
tiousf in other instances lihe title is indwrnberedi or wholIy}d^eqtive| and 
it. is doubtful to us whether, on the Whole, evea tbd.appsais^d mlae.pai^ be 
realised in every instance." . ,<• ; i .i', 

We would ako call attention to »this impo«titoti fsti»t,athat a i:etii|i|. to 
tiie old-system of loaning would greatly: inicBease the buainess, and ^opsie* 
quentlyi the expenses of the land ofice, and thtUs mtfibs ; an un^ecefayiarjt 
charge upon the trust funds. As the loans to indiyidaals^re gradu^Uly 
psid up,L the labor and coat of bttoodisig to themortgeg^s wjill.dimJL^ish, 
and thoanbstiMted plan of loans! to the state causes no^eJEpeiiwit whalbeveri 
Besidee which,* fimiitism and.eerraptioa. are tooj^pt- to^aocon^aay the 
eostroh of. luge sums of iboaey'8kibr|e0tto di^tcibitfifc)a:t(r'tiUQie.rous r^idy 
apeHoania, anditis alaeit ineinlable that iaiffroper oMksideratienp should 
influenee ihe selection of recipients of such favors. Every cctpsideration 
isufgeiit«ganiatloaning^to iadividnala^^orinetttallsums. 
22]>eo 



388 

Ptftsnant to the dMotibtitf of H% (dh«ptef 261, gwienil lavs . Iffi4^) 
Bt>iue daite havd beep ]^tougli<viAad otb«riM«e mboat beingbitoiighfeiigflr the 
defioidney d«6 io tlie'sta^, upon tha forfeiture of the jnor^iijgsd^nili^i 
Ih Tiew of the law and the tottoii of the eoiiitDU8i6iiera.indeElt,lediiflia0rf 
able (Hiyttieiite have been made apdti loans is arfeae^and mere an raati^ 
dpated. ^ < 

- T&ere are nnmeroutf cases in whieh persons indebted to 'the irtate npon 
atp old loans, have expressed a defttre to^ become relieved ef the lidnUtj, 
Md are yet enable to pay thef^tll ameiint of ttiestaiftelalmsnlgaiiisfrtJiera. 
^here is no authority vested in' us to make such a oomprtoiae, b€t we are 
aa^gfieol that it* would be of advantage to the state as we)} as %o 4he debt- 
ors, that settl^ilQiettts should in such cases be made upem^^ the Wit condi- 
tio 'w^ich the debtors ate able to fulfill. A bill autftmdiii^ the com- 
missioners to make such settlements, was last year intro3uoledibto ihesen- 
vdty passed that body «ild was* lost in Uie assembly by t&e adjeiurnmeBt. 
We recommend that some provision be made by the oeottilegislature to 
meet the case. Suits are only brought in the cases Where iihere is a pros* 
^t of collection by such means, and in the far greater ;Diiinber of iaetan- 
eeiB where no such prospect exists, tdie entire claim of the state will cer* 
tainly be lost, unless some mode of settlement is provided. 

Ko loans have been made during the past year,, cixeept to the state. 
The mortgages taken are all to secure purchase mcve^ oo forfeited mert* 
gage lands sold by the st&to to the mortgagors. They are on five yeais^. 
time, and draw seVen per cent. laterMt. They arie enumerated in the 
table hereto annexed, marked exhibit " 0/' 

We have, for the sake of uniformd^ and convenieDce, recently adopted' 
the rule of issuinii: certificates in all cases where lands are sold partly on. 
credit BO that no more mortgages will be reeeired. This ohiDgeds war* 
ranted by chapter 961 of the laws of 18d4k ' 

Chapter 537 of the general iaw» of- 1865 d^eoted in sufaetanoe ilie iea« 
teralion to the swaiup land ftmd of the amomte heretofore transferred 
from it to other funds, aud the partition of the entire ftmd ao oo^aelidated 
into two fbnds to be called the drainage fund and the normal aohool fkind. 
The drainage fond, co&iiating chiefly of unsold swamp and overtowed 
lands, is to remain under the suiievvisien of theOemmissionere aaat prea- 
ent, but the lands are to be sold wholly for cadi, and the proceeds are to 
be distiibuted among the countiesj and again subdivided among the towns 
for drainage purposes. 

The normal school fund was to receive the productive portions of the 
swamp land faiid, and enough mere to make one half^ one acre being 
oilunted as one dollar. The deteils will be foiind clearly set fiortb in the 
act to which we refer. 

fthe division was the work of great study and labor^ eo<^|>yiltg sewnd 
diotiths. in otder to acoomplish it faithftillv and corri»etly, adaordni^ to 
the letter itnd the spirit of the law, we ftvaifed ourselTia of the aervmei 
ot Hon. O. De Witt filwood, to whose skill, isdurtry, good judgtednt laad 
aeOuracy'We are chiefly Indebted tor the ezbeUeat execution ef tibede- 
tuilii of A^ werk/ 

The whole amount of the consolidated swaalp landnuMtwwifinindto 



^8a 

be (reckoning each acre as ^<uMd^U«r) ^2^18,854 13. The drainage 
fand apon suoh diyision was composed o^ 

iMiM, •..,*,.' ..•.•»....\.- .M«..,v>,..*f,.. -^..... f 1,054,001 66 

DoMonUindceriifioateB, ^ 66,089 72 

Oa»hio)Mi paidfcomdrAioAge fnnd,..,.. ^... '414 21. 

I - 

fl, 090, 607 68 
Add amoant due from first proceeds of sales of normal school lands, 18, 819 48 

$1, 109, 427 06 

Th^' normal school fund, consista of land and prodoctive itette, amoulng 
iiVallU ., M,138i346 W 

Fr6m~lf^ch is to be deducted the amount payable to the drainage 
' fund out of first proceeds of land sales, as aboTe stated,.. 18, 819 48 

f 1, 109, 427 06 

The iwiiill of the diviaion, iaolmding the apportionment of the draia* 

age fund to the several counties, will be seen in the Iml order makJBg 
the same, a copy of which is hereto annexed, marked exhibit '*D.*' 
There are some small, isolated claima upon the swamp land fund, not yet 
settled or eyen fully known, and there will be so|me credite to be made to 
it, and although the division was complete up to the date of the order^ 
the account of that fund remains open, and cannot be finally closed for 
sometime. Some of the lands assigned to the ** drainage fhnd '^ were,, 
by mistake, before the neceasary ejatrioB were fully made, sold partly oa^ 
credit, as ''swamp land" had been sold^ and ia consequence the cerafi** 
catea belonging to that ftind were increased $2,lfi^ 00, after tihe first da;' 
qT Jwe last. The entries have now been all made ; all tb,e drainage-^ 
l^de ape soU exclusively for oa^h, and there will be a Urge suvi to AU&- 
teibute to the towns upon the firat day of June, 1866. 

The accumulating money, principal of the several trust findS; has been, , 
during the past year, wholly invested in bonds and certificates of indebt* 
edness of the state, pursuant to chapter 217, law^ of 1864. The preaaai: 
state of these investments is represented as fbUoics : 



I 



!l¥u$t fundi v^vestod in SuUe Sondi and Gertiflcat/Ci of Jhdebtedneu, 

SOHOOl FmUD 

t 

Invest ea Dapt^ 80$ Aoe^*«*««*«***iM««t»**.*«*«»ftfr«i*o#a«M*fl«M«««««a*v«*..ji ^wO^OOO 0^ 

l9.v^sUd ft«w Sept, »0, '6*. u> Sept. 3(\ '4jp„^.„ „ , ... 472, 70f^^ 

11,092,700 00 
Transfer to normal school fond,, ' 9l,00Q6O 

laveitedifliep^ 90» f06^»M»M««««<' •••«•- •(M«i»<M44*^ff«*»i4MMi««*«»M«««»*«t.M.* $1,000,700 W 



840 

UNIYBBSITY FUND. 

InTMtod Sept. 80, '64, $11,000 00 

lavMtod BepU 80, '64, to Sept 80, ,66.......... .^. 42,000 00 

iBTeited Sept 80,'66» $68,000 00 ' 

NORMAL SCHOOL FUND. 

Truiifer from school fand, Jane X. '65, $02, 000 00 

do swamp land fund, Jnne 1, '66,.. 72,000 00 

do drainage fund June, 1, '66, 16,000 00 

Intestod Sept 80, '65^ * 88, 000 00 

Transfer from drainage .ftind,. Sept 80,;.66,,.,....,...,.,.,,,......,......,,... 10, 000 00 

$278,000 00 



The payments of interest have been more complete than usnal, and the 
forfettnres ptoportionately smaller. They «re for the hit two fiml years 
retpeetively,. as ioHoM : 



t:^- 



Sehoel Xands,.^...^... ...../.. 

UtiiTersity Lands, 

Dwamp XjancM,**««*M*.* ••••••••• 

Sbhoof Fand Loan8|...'..I....' 

UniTersxtj Ftmd Loans,...* 
Drainage Fund' Loans, 



1864. 



» I .» i - 



J. 



-*^ 



Aorcs. 



8^,714 66. 

2, 958 04 

81, 726 7; 



TotaV« 



«r» 



Amount. 



I.M. M I L 



74, 894 60 1 



fi8, 864 1^2 

8, 754 16 

, 89, 899 00 

16, 648 00 

800 0© 

4,888 00 



$;26, 869 07 



1866. 



<4^ 



Acres. 



! 

25,740 66 

.939 88 
17,264 72 


• 


• ••4*»*«* «•.■.«.•• 



48,94^25 



Ainount. 



$89/486 46 

^626 00 

18, 560 00 

13, 010 OD 

"ttO 00 

i; 100 0$ 

i i ) I • t ri m l) I il j t m I I 



$74, 7^ 45 



The counties in whiot^ the Und^ forfeited daring ihe^ jpast yqar.lio^are 
specified in Exhibit '< K,"^ hereto annexed. 

Owing ^0 the suits commenced and threatened, whereby mortgagors in 
arrears to the State' have been ind,aced ta mal^e pajmenftSi and to-re« 
purchase the lands forfeited to the State heretofore, and owing to the 
reduction in the nrice of many e£ thf se h^s to an appraised yalue, un- 
der chapter 261, laws of 1864, and the consequent sales, the amount of 
dies* lands owjied by 4he State is diminishingi • Ont&e 30t;h dty of 6«p* 
Mulder, 1864, the sums due thereon'kt the tiMe 6f forfeiture amounted to 
KS01i;fi2S ^4. At this date thejr are $187,079 75. The particulars are 

i^ow? in Exhibit " P." 

« ThJB receipts into the Trust Funds during the last fiscal year for princi- 
Ml paid on contracts and morigajges* previously executed,* compsre iritii 
like payments during the proceeding year, as follows : 



HI 

1864. 1866 

PAymeiitfl on School Land Certifioatefl, ^189,426 60 $177,902 78 

....«;itoA Sehoi^Fixnd Iioani,^ 116, 657 95 120, 187 15 

••.«.«do.... UniT^ralty land Certifioat«8, « 29,518 98 84,098 70 

;..;..d6...» UniTertity Fond Loahs,.....:......^.^ 8, 000 00 7, ^1 W 

^....do,..».....Swamp Land GeriifioateB, ' 12,605 50 18,921*60 

«...^do.*.» Drainage Fund Loans, 9, 610 00 7, 124 60 

^....do Kormal School Laiid GiEfrtlfioatefl, 1,6^6' 60 

......do.«..,»...Nonnal School Loans,:. ' ..' 24,089* 00 

dq...^....Drainage ]knd Certificates, : 1,849 60 

Total,. $809,818 98 $888,689 98 



TheV>ayment0 on the land oeriifioatee made during the past year^ are 
partioularly set forth in Exhibit « G-." 

; The total amounts of the sereral prodaotive fands nnd^r otir flnpervls- 
ion, on the 30th day of September, 1863, on the 30th day of September, 
1864, and on the 30th day of September,. 1865, were as follows : 



Productive Funds Septethher 30, 1865* 

MHOOL FUND. ^ 

Amount doa on Land Certificates, , $675, 087 11 

..49 Mortgages,.. 289, 122 75 

do State bonds and oertifleatesof indeht- 

ednss,.. 1,060,700 00 

$1,964,659 86 



UNIVERSITY FUND, 

Amonnt dne on Land Certificates, »..• $96, 876 55 

•-......do Mortgages,.. 1^ 910 00 

^.. .',* .do Statebonds and eertifiostes of indebt- 
edness,... ; ; 58^000 00 



k m»l0t*»mtm*^mm***^^d 



$160,780 65 



NO&MAL SCHOOL FtrND: 

Amoniiat dne on Land Certificates,.. , $180,547 87 

•••• do.t Mortgages,.. 186, 084 00 

do State bonds and certificates of indebt- 
edness, 278,000 00 



$594, 581 87 



Tl DBAINAGB FUND. 
Amonni dne on Land Certificates, $66, 899 72 



' r * 



$66,809 72 
$2, 776, 622 00 



342 

FroducHve Fundt September 80^ 1864 and 1863. 

im. 18NJ 

Ihiea 0& Sohool Land CertificateB, '. $861, 217 07'fl,tnt4, 792 61 

^,do Uniyersity, do —. 127,668 25 190,408 08 

„.do»,.,..8wamp do 201,280 36 224,821 64 

^.do School fund loans to lAditidUals,- 671, 186 90; ' 701, 744 07 

«.do University do 18,697 00 21,407 00 

^.do Drainage do 69*109 00 69,627 00 

...do State bonds and certificates, T08, 000 00 ^28, dOO 00 

Total,. ....^... .^ $2,646,918 08 $2, 616, 295 86 



The laD^ in seotioo l6, in the city of Baoine, were sold before the 
present gjstem of certificates was adopted, and patents were issued for 
them, and mortgages taken for the purchase money. Many of those 
mortgages have been foreclosed from time to time, and payment enforced. 
These suits are now generally terminated. 

In February, 1863, a number of tracts were sold in Bacine by the sheriff 
upon statutory foreclosures, by advertisement, since which they have been 
all re(|^emed, except the following described lots : Lots 5, 6, 7, 8 and 11, in 
block 91. The amount of principal remaining due on the Racine city 
mortgages is in all only 816,015 06, of which a large portion wi11,be paid 
this year. Payments thereon to the amoutit of 82>498 18, h^ve' been 
made during the year just ended. 

The endre number of acres of land on which patents have issued dnr- 
ing>the year is thus stated : 

Amount in Acre» of Lands Patented from OctAst, 1864, to SepU 30, 1885. 

^ Acres. 

16th section f. ..;....!.. ..^ 67,401.17 

600,000 acre tract, 26, 961.41 

Meeted. , 900.41 

University, 10,164.25 

Nqtmal school, , 2, 992. 28 

Drainage, 8,189 19 

Swamp, 18,878 81 

Total acres,. 12^,'4?S.41 



^ ' " 



For three years the amount has been : 

1868. 1864. 1866. 

f 76, 866 29. $108, 288 67. $126, 472 47. 

___ ' • 

.: The entire amount of lands now held by the state is 2,251,207 acres, 

-MMMt 2,293,082.76 acres held last year. Tables showing the particular 

tkssiScation of these lands, and the counties in which they lie, are at-* 

Uched, marked Exhibit «H," (1,) (2,) (3) and (4). 



* 



;343 

Itis thaiat0nifioB.of:tli0LOai»aiiaflia&ef8 to hM a B«hIio taie #t .ihe 
UadsBSver befbrd oSairel,'in o? ddr.i^ i)iuig ihem into nuivJiA^. - In Buyqr 
looalitierthM^ k an #zt8iuiT6 danund for them, and tUre secwi^ to pe 
no reason why they should be longer withhe^ from sale. There has been 
no general pnbHo sale of mioffered lands for more than eight years. 

& addition to the diminution of the trust fund by loans insufficiently 
secured, a eamse of depletion exists, less palpable, but perhaps not less 
potent. A large pari of the lands belonging to the^e mnds have been 
Seen covered with oedar, oak, hemlock, and especially pine timber, which 
i)Onatituted their chief, and in many localities their only marketable val- 
ue. Quietly but actively trespassers have been stripping off this timber, 
aometimes merely for their own use, sometimes making small sales, and 
sometimes carrying on the shameful business so extensively as to cover 
the rivers with stolen logs, and to grow rich upon their illgotten plunder. 
Others, equally guilty, purchase the stolen property, and thus s^ppd^t 
and encourage the iniquity. Important corporations and promiaont m^h 
in some parts of the state have been for years .engi^ged in the traffic. 
Public sentiment ihus becomes demoralised, and efforts for the detection 
and punishment of the cnminals are-thwarted, and even resented as un- 
warrantable interfei^^noe with, private rights. To a considerable class, in^ 
clixding many beside those actually interested, this robbery of tho child- 
zens' inheritance has come. by long use to .seem excus.able and eyen 
tight. . 

We are glad to acknowledge the frequency of ezceptiops, even, in the 
iprorst districts, and to bear tei^tiniony to the alacrity with which" many 
good citiiens evervwhere, and often the great majority, have sustained 
our attempts to check the, depredations. In tnith, the honest dealer is 
greatly interested tn our suceess, as be who pays for his timber or ^e 
' lands on which it is cut, cannot compete with the rogue who pays but the 
cost of cutting. It would be more fair to the lumbermen therefore, that 
all should stand on the same footing. We do not need to remind the peo- 
ple, at large, iwho.^vre. nothing to do ivith.the trade,, how.Qiueh Ou^f Buffer 
by the. injury to lihejpvbUe kiidB. The swaifnp tlands are extensively Mm- 
/bered.: The trees slandiiig on thorn aorfixithe we^th .which is t6 dig the 
dxainB and )bvild .the bridges §ot the .f «wM towns, in whidi tbey tin ; 
-idkiloui handsome svrpius goeato supf ort those nortnal sq^ob to whiih 
ire lo^k as ihe buttresses bf aurinvalnable school system^ and the future 
orikaments of our state; Thd.tiibber on the other state lands, belonnng 
^to the school fund, is even. knots saeired. Adueatiop among the people is 
justly deemed indispensable to the pron>erity of the country, and the 
.naintenanee of free institutions. • Ihati disloVal.band which icobs us of 
"these treasures is worthy to be-^^psisiad with a demble curse.'' It is 
4;vilty of a orimo agabst property. It. is guilty of a crime against hu- 
manity. . 

We havaebonlated.OBtonaivafy, copies of chap. 377 and chap. 52&of j the 

general lavi of 1866, nshttifag totbds iul:)jeot| and have called the paition- 

.lar attenlioa of distiioioitfctoraeyiitQ tibodr. pr o^isions. We luive inorteSed 

. Hie. munberfjof timber agents, and eKteBdott'tlMAr operations^ and have the 

.gsatifioitftion of seeing great beaefitres^t fnom our labors. The namea of 



3tt 



ageils reporting) tlie mnaber of aonai nmrded during ike year, as liaTing 
been tespiMed upon, tbe qnanlaty |)aidim,.Biidi;he addilioasi nttmbar.of 
acres on wbielv 'timber ba8l)een seised aiid boM, lippear as foUiiini : 



I } 



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' 



Names of Agents 



•▲«'C. Btnnts,.. .ii...^ • » ^ 

MmtiMalbon,.: ,..•. n*., ^^.•..^.... 

\B' C. BoardiftaB,..,«..^.M...« ' « « 

C B. JaokaoD).... ; 

E. A. Jones, 

J. F. Brjrant, .«*.. 

!<• S* Amidon, ^.^'i • *••••!••••••• ^••»*.<r<# 

SL M. WilliamBon, 

H. B. Clapp,« - - - .......... 

H. Sndtb, ., ; 

Abel Ke7e8,..i 

W. H. Gates, : 

B. G. Pope,.'. ^ 



Total number of acres,. 



s 

8 



SB . ' 



8 S'o 



i,2ao 

1 6, 760 

440 

720 

280 

160 

a,tt40 

40 

1,.040 

1,500 

2,280 

1240 

1,640 



13, 880 



teal's 



480 
8,280 
120 
240 
260 
120 

;8oo 

40 



40 
920 



* 



....*.••••.• 
•«..«*»«••.• 



280 
400 

leo 

80 



5,680 



40 



1,000 



STbe amount oelleoted by as as penalties apcn treepassingt is.*..%.^..iv.... 
TbeamoiBitreosivedon the sale of timber, ls...of>w.<',o 



I «.|i.»»««% •*««.«». • 



98,085 45 
884 70 

$8,970 15 



Under the present system, whieh is as good as eanprobwbly be derisedy 
tbe ageai dlacoyering a-trcspasB on state lands, seizes ibe ii|ateriab^at or 
removed, and reports to the oommissioners.. On being instnioted to that 
effeet, he sells Uie material at fid^o avotion. after three weeks, adyertiae- 
meat; bidding for the state not less than half the valne of the property, 
under 'the direetioa of the Gommissiooers, The trespasser may in &e 
siean time procure the release <^ the- thnbac by pvrchasing and taking a 
patent for- the bind, paying in addition.to the jpr.oo; a penalty of twenty- 
fiye pereent. of tbe prioe of the {and; if he held a certificate for the land, 
and fifty per cent, if he did not. The agent is never allowed to oompro- 
mise with the treapasser er rebeive any money imn him. The fsw^aaes 
where this is proper to . be done^ are oontrolled direotly by the Commis- 
sioners. It is manifest that much depends upon tbe energy, fidelity, die- 
eretlon and honesty, of the agents^ llten of: the right' ekaraotar ai« not 
readily foand, Weshoiald not do jnstiee to tfi6 iatsrests we have at heart, 
did we not state frankly that (a (the superior effidenoy of our chief agent, 
M r.fDanieL Malbon,^ef ImKHtotber no staiall part ^of the credit is dne for 
the beneficial operation of tbe iyatem in a barge pari of the JBtate. Ve- 



845 

giye as a speeimeii^Qf.ihe infonaiAiflii.we'asfteoiiataatly rewiifingytliefQl- 
iQiring 'extract fioma latter written by a diatnterested obsemr : . 

<«Xheitre6pa08er»]OBgktTto reooiye nd mer6y -from the state. It.eeidd 

oevtaaKlj be ahown b^ reliable .teaefciixwnj that tbey hare stolen from aMe 

lands abovliltwo milben ftet of timber eaoh yeac for the last siz yeara^ 

•uidrone &otOry here haa made if aregiilar boainm to asaiat and supply 

imieif to steal timber from state land^ f& the reason, that such timber is 

i^ot aAia lower price. It is atrongly STit>posed that afonner agent conniyid 

witirtiid timber thicTes, bnt.sinoe Mti Malbon hes haH dlisree of the 

lands there has been an entire r^fbicm... I hwe been in the woods. myaolf, 

nnd say this on my own knowledge^ that the state lands in the oonnti^s of 

Shawano^ Waupacft and Oatagamie> haye been sayed xmder hi4 careiit 

least fifky.thonsandidoUars." 

The pcinalties rocorered^ although paying oyer two-tlurds of the whole 
cost o£ pjrbteoling the hnda, (which was this year $5,937,470' form hut a 
triAidg pintiehi. of what the state sayeb by dSIigently. gnarding tk^m. 
Bottie aix^tiienuland actesbaye been pturchaaedrof the state and fnUy paid 
fbr^Ar which tibere w6ald haye been no sale^ except u{>on this oompid- 
'4ion; Beyond that, li is oertain that thojosands of acres are noWipnr- 
chased and paid for in 'fnll, for the benefit of the pine growing on the 
land, which fiye years ago would haye been stripped and made worthless 
without paying a dolkr to the state. The practice of many lumbermen 
has greatly chaD^ed eyen Within two years, and we belieye that the result 
of continued yigilance will soon be the substantial abandonment of tres- 
passing. I 

We urgently recommend some changes in the law to facilitate the work 
of our sucoes^ors in this d^fiigrtnieni We think that trespassers, in order 
to obtain a release of the timber cut by them, should be compelled to pay 
ioi aQ oases a pemdty of > one hundred per cent: on the price of the land. 
The present distinction between trespassers who haye certificates and 
those who haye none, was properly made when many persons sup- 
posed that the possession of a certificate gaye the right to the timber ; 
but that error has been generally corrected, and we think the present 
rates of penalty should yield to a single and more seyere rule. 

It has been found that trespassers, by repleyying timber seised by agentS| 
oould inyolye the State in troublesome litigation, could retain the posses* 
sion of the stolen property and enjoy the use of the proceeds during a 
long contest in the courts, and leaye to the State only a chance to recoyer 
the yalue against doubtful sureties, if it should be so fortunate as to get 
a judgment in the end. Delay in such cases is of the utmost yalue to tiie 
trespasser, enabling him to put off the day of retribution perhaps for eyer^ 
while state agents might remoye, die, or be changed, witnesses be got out 
of the way, or new commissioners lose sight of the matter. We recom-^ 
mend the adoption of a law which will go far, we think, to remedy this 
eyil. The right to repleyy materials seized by die state agents should be 
taken away, leaying to claimants of such property only a right of action 
for the yalue. The Oommissioners should haye the right to appeal in any 
action brought asainst them or the agents without giying security for 
costs, and should oe empowered to pay out of the proper fund any judg« 



1»46 

ment whioli might be obtained aigainat them. 7fab proiwada ot aaloa. of 
timber w<niid probably^ moxe than e<)«al inch payaMHts, . Tbiat^oiinB is 
in aaadogy to the laws of the United States in rev«Mie cases, aad it seems 
needful for the emergeneiea often arising. There can be no reaseii why 
the State, suing or^behig sued in its own coarts^ or beingdireotly inter- 
ested in Buoh suits, should, by its own laws, be eompelled to givennder- 
taldngs or other secutity, in any case whatever, but it should pn>vide fer 
the prom|pt payaieats of any judgments that may be rendered in" suob 
oases against ttMlf or agun^ others acting in its behalf fw tveapims 
whereof the State has receiyed the full benefit. 

We cannot more fitly dose this, our last official eommunicatiott, tim 
by repeating, as the lesson of our own obsisryatioin and experiBnoOy that 
the waste of the trust funds can be only prevented by eonliuuous and 
earnest watchAilness ; that the plan of loaning on individual seeority, 
new hapj>ily abolished, should neveir be renewed v and fini&liy, thai the 
widked plundering of (Sie -lands belonging to these fiinds »^ Haflimat 
evtl, to suppress whieh, ^ efforts of the several branches bf the State 
goremment and the sternest condemnation of puUio opinion should unite. 

{The fund, whether in mooey orin lands, is equally sacred, and should 
be sacredly preserved. ' • • 

Z' Respectfully sutmitted, 

/^ , LUCIUS FAIRCPILB, 

Secretary of Sta(4^ 

SAMjjEL D. Hastings, 

, Staie I^reawrer, 
WINttUtD SMITH, 

O^fn^tM^mmtd/ School <md UmtertUy Lamdi* 



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. : . ' I EXHIBIT" A (1)." ' 

Sale iff School La^ds/or the jUcat ytar ending Septm^T 30, fS^Cl* 



00UKTIB8. 



AAams, 

AflhttkiidyM 

Brown,..*.. 

Baffftlo, ••«...... 

Burnett,... 

Calamet, 

Chippewa, 

Clttk,.^ 

OolnmbiiL 

Crawford, 

Bane, 

Bodge,.. 

Boor, 

Bnnn. 

Baa Claire...... 

Pond da Lao,. 

Grant............ 

wxoen, M •«. • . ... 

Green Lake,.... 

Iowa, 

Jaekeon, 

Jefferaon 

Janeaa..M...... 

Kewaanee...... 

La Croraoy...... 

LaVayetie...... 

Manitowoo...... 

Aaraihon, . m •• • 
Marqaette...... 

Monroe^ 

Ooonto, 

Oataffamie,.... 
Osaokee,.. 

STr.:::::: 

Porta^.. 

Baeine^... 

Bidiland, 

Book, 

8t. Croix, 

Bank, 

Shawano, 

Shtbejgan...... 



Adrea. 



^m^mf 



820.00 

s.aeo.oe 

1«480.00 

620.00 

805.80 

1,440.04 

1,000.00 

1,640.00 

426.86 

886. 79 

866.48 

28.18 

1, 068. 08 

1, 891. 16 

480.00 

40.00 

198. 56 

40.00 

160.00 

1, 010. 08 

620.00 

820.00 

820.00 

400.00 

1, 477. 88 

180.00 

1,206.90 

820.00 

920.00 

880.00 

672.80 

2, 912. 69 

40.00 

1, 910. 05 

80.00 

480.00 

240.00 

1,000.00 

182.50 

2, 820. 57 

1,240.00 

2,908.80 

210.00 



94 

s 

O 

m 

9 

o 



828 40 
8,^86 78 
%t59 T2 

692 08 

270 09 
2, 860 47 
1, 107 00 
1,889 04 
1, 152 58 

506 06 

796 51 

72 00 

1, 250 81 

2, 052 68 

524 96 
65 15 

808 84 
42 52 

277 68 
2,256 78 

710 89 

410 8T 

868 64 

689 55 
2,161 57 

488 15 
2,824 00 

845 58 
1,015 80 
1, 175 88 

880 18 
4, 486 27 

198 68 

2, 215 44 

98 87 

584 75 
1, 014 82 
2, 070 86 

948 66 

8, 454 75 

1, 962 87 

4,047 56 

. 665 01 



r 

|& 



166 40 

1, 111 78 

"82i "00 

"221 as 

114 09 
876 97 
419 00 
785 04 
876 78 
161 06 
274 00 
7 00 
728 81 
640 68 

200 96 
20 15 
62 87 
42 52 
81 68 

885 68 
857 59 
286 87 

201 64 
282 55 

1, 221 21 
59 48 
820 00 
190 58 
849 80 
418 25 
688 18 

1,991 54 
198 68 

1,250 84 

89 87 

284 75 

1,014 82 

886 88 
597 66 
904 27 
587 92 

1,720 86 
812 91 




4 76 

1)09 96 

*«7 61 

'17 22 

2 10 

52 08 

20 00 

87 87 

81 40 

4 71 

1 15 

22 

80 62 

45 68 

6 09 

16 

1 70 



18 82 
68 41 
11 68 

4 24 
6 64 
8 79 
16 61 
1 97 

19 6T 
8 12 

11 71 

13 81 

6 87 

76 95 



27 80 
8 22 
7 66 



86 97 
4 96 
25 24 
16 42 
58 14 
086 



'. . 



•....#••*•%' 



15 81 



60 56 
48 72 



18 88 



118 99 



4 

3 

QQ 

s 



00 
2, Ml 00 

1, 888 72 
471 00 
166 00 

1,484 50 
688 00 

1,154 00 
775 80 
855.00 
522 51 
65 00 
527 00 

1, 412 00 

824 00 

45 00 

240 97 



246 00 
1, 405 84 
852 80 
124 00 
162 00 
407 00 

879 80 

880 00 
1,504 00 

155 00 
666 00 
748 80 
192 00 
2,444 78 



964 60 

54 00 

800 00 



1, 288 98 
846 00 
2, 481 49 
1, 874 95 
2, 827 20 
858 00 



I 



848 



Exhibit <'A (1)." — Sale of School Lands, «te.— oonoluded. 



COUKTIBS. 



^1 



Trei9peal4anv 
Voii^oii} 

WaHrorih, 

Waukeihs...... 

Wanpaoa, 

Wiii]»el>agD^... 



Acres. 



840.00 
1, 516. 19 

88. ae 

§48. 80 

1,^1. 00 

820.00 

199.06 



"^■^ 



41, 920. 87 



i 






$1,088SJ 

2,068^56 

418 00 

227 Z7 

8,427 61 

418 86 

: .618 80 



$62,090 69 



I 
o 






$894 

688 

27 

227 

1,701 

888 

169 



60 
97 
60 
87 
81 
86 
60 



.9 v: 

e 3 



$18 16 
24 76 
18 08 



89 96 
9,28 
1^6 



926,829 20 $981 01 '$686 62 



m 





I 

4 



$280 11 
44 40 



99 20 



•F-«- 



s 

OQ 



o 

s 





$689 80 

1,144 48 

881 00 



I,?26 80 

180 00 

.2^00 



;626 77 



l-T*- 



* » fc 



• .'■ 



) . 



< i:-. 



• * ■ • « 






■ « 



\ 

• » * • I 'k I 

■ « • , 

- • * «« t«. . \ 

4-. * ■« 

' . V - - 



. .^. 



DOU^i •:■ ' — ,> 






EXHIBIT. "A (P)." :;^ 



SaU of Swamp Sja^dM for the Jiscal i$ear ^dingt Sq>teinber 30, 1865, m* 
dmvM the $€lte$ ^of Drainage and'^Normal School JjandM made colter 
June I, ISfibf when 4J^,SltDamp Landi wer9 parUHoned, a$ stated in the 
, iwo next 9V€ceedvn^Jfihie$, • . ' [ 

<.' ■■' ." , ' . . " ' V i r 



I • 






Brown, 

Bnifalo, 

Gftlnmet, 

Chippewa, 

Glarlc, 

Columbia, 

Dane,^ 

Dodge, 

Door, 

Dann, 

Saa Claire,*... 
Fond dnLao,. 

Grant, 

Oreen Lake,... 

Jackson, 

Jefferson,.. 

Juneau, 

Kewaunee, ~... 

La Crosse, 

Manitowoc,.... 

Marathon....... 

Marquette, .... 

Monroe,* 

Oconto, .1 

Outagamie,.... 

Pierce, 

Polk,.. 

Portage, 

Baoine, 

Bichland, ...... 

Si. Croix, 

Sank,.. 

Shawinc^. ...... 

Sheboygan,.... 

TrempeaieaUy< 




818.86 
440.00 

1, 76d. 29 
280.00 
818. 47 
400.00 
088.56 
567. 28 

1,186.61 

7, 069. 60 

664. 80^ 

160.00 

860.00 

60.66 

1, 850. 75 
160.00 
811.50 
800.77 

1, 008. 82 
444.64 
444.88 
280.00 

1, 186. 69 
462.48 

4,284.44 

8, 719. 44 

40.00 

494.88 

1, 779. 68 

80.00 

200. OQ 

40.00 

288.96 

1,040.66 
640.82 
994.10 



f 1,019 07 
476 40 

2,089 86 
814 84 
272 26 
812 66 
844 96 

1, 186 70 

1, 880 42 

6, 666 46 
649 84 
186 26 
462 24 
. 1 20 

1,648 88 
147 26 
886 79 

1, 186 81 

1, 120 48 
480 84 
446 66 
248 76 

1, 278 06 
599 49 

4, 184 62 

8, 819 66 

80 00 

. 662 64 

1, 747 78 

60 00 

209 10 

84 72 

486 11 

1, 197 06 
627 86 

1,001 21 



yvjg.i ; 


. .-£. 


8'.. 


' 8';.- ' 


me ' *■ 


••J 
a . 


•*» 


S 


Amou 
paid 


4^ 




$482 07 


$26 94 


$687 00 


819 40 


8 96 


167 00 


1, 228 86 


19 87 


811 00 


228 84 


8 46 


91 00 


160 26 


6 61 


122 00 


148 66 


4 19 


164 00 


422 96 


17 77 


422 00 


896 70 


82 49 


740 00 


742 42 


26 02 


688 00 


8, 185 46 


208 67 


8,680 00 


188 84 


12 87 


866 00 


88 26 


1 57 


108 00 


216 24 


7 88 


246 00 


21 20 


1 86 


40 00 


1, 187 88 


18 26 


606 00 


78 26 


1 98 


69 00 


206 79 


8 61 


180 00 


862 81 


18 07 


284 00 


446 48 


38 96 


674 00 


207 84 


18 61 


278 00 


819 66 


7 08 


127 00 


122 76 


2 61 


126 60 


822 06 


17 96 


891 00 


262 49 


8 28 


828 90 


8, 296 62 


84 78 


889 00 


2,496 66 


62 14 


1,828 00 


80 GO 






226 64 


10 49 


887 00 


808 78 


29 69 


944 00 


40 00 


28 


20 06 


66 10 


6 86 


128 00 


12 72 


74 


22 00 


198 11 


17 68 


288 00 


666 06 


12 26 


641 00 


888 86 


9 74 


194 00 


687 tl 


14 76 


464 00 



Exhibit '<A (2).'' — Sale of 8u)amp LaruUj ete.— oonoluded. 



COUNTIES. 

'^^ 

VomoD}* ••••••••••••••••• 

WasMnffton, ^ 

Wankeaha, 

Wanpaoa, ...^ .«;... 

WanSiiaray •^••••••■m*** 

Winncmgo,.}. <•••• 

— . ■ — J — — 



i 



6 



\t 



10i.Bi 

120. 00 

280.00 

l,70p.6R 

1, 66fi. 07 

1, 2«ii. 08 

20Q.00 



40,660.90 



o 
OQ 



:l. 



f662 75 

127 02 

288 27 

2,069 00 

1, 919 18 

1,437 42 

264 87 



$48,664 88 






h 
4'^ 



wo 76 

79^ J 

288 27 

1,454 00 

1, 161 18 

740 42 

108 87 



$25,168 88 



S 

d 



a 
p 

JO 



19 m^ 



"•^■^ 



|i2 10 
OS 



20 06 

81 26 

18 97 

4 72 



I 



771 26 





9 



3 



$212 00 
48 00 



606 00 
768 00 
687 00 
161 00 



$18, 681 00 



o 



1 









' I I 



i *• 



r 



i 



« ■ 



86a. 



EXHIBIT "A. (3,)" 
Sale of Normal School Landt Jrom June 1, 1865, >^ September 80, 1865. 



■■ " V r — ^ 



C(3FNTIE8. 



•4m. 









JttdktODf .. 
OooBto/. «... 



bi«.< 



llehl&d,..., 

0&%Bo7gas, 

WMI|MMMy«.. 



i 



167 98 
120 00 

40 oa 

340 00 

40^-29 

4000 

'40 00 

40 00 

«98 08 

450 62 

40 00 

600 U 

iSOOO 

147 40 

80 00 

246*87 

40 00 



016 80 



u 



a. 



152 50 
127 98 

80 00 
866 07 

47 20 
84 50 
61 09 
82 78 

480 67 

420 75 
01 40 

569 58 
88 65 

246 86 

81 46 
209 88 

57 65 



8/082 87 



o p* 
S 



81 50 
76 98 

10 00 
181 07 

47 20 

84 50 

6 09 

11 78 
89107 
216 75 

iriHio 

286 58 
^65 

104 86 
80 46 

108 88 
25 65 



1, 624 87 



.a 
Si 



A 



2 06 

1 99 

62 

8 47 



2 
9 
1 

4 
2 



1 80 
t6 

2 78 
6 78 

58 
91 
84 
57 
06 
6 44 
1 14 



58 25 



? 
I 

o 

4 



••••••.••••• 



>•.•'•' 4. •^•** 






««U>* *if**' 






P 



71 00 
51 00 

2811 DOi 
....:i 



45 00' 

21 00' 

80 00 
204 00 

60 00 
288 80 

48 00 
142 00 

9i CO 
106 00 

82 00 



..««.-<..«.*. 1, 468 0(^ 






■ ' 'I 



I'll 

... r 



I ) 



• ■' I 



< I I 



EXHIBIT "A. (4.)" 
Sdk of Draitiage Land* from Junt 1, 1845, to Sepitmher SO, I86S. 



COVNIIEa. 


1 


1 

4 


if 
1^ 


11 


:i 


■4 

1 
r- 




eg 18 

2<XI00 
177 76 
180. QO, 

(8 47 
40 00 

leooo 

240 00 
ill 71 
3M flO 
144 80 

20000 
60 66 

ui oe 

161 60 
6000 
40 00 
40 -00 
S06 12 
607 16 
048 66 
707 44 
819 64 
40 00 
40 00 
77 68 
40 00 
S87 4S 
S6S 82 
80 00 
280 00 
620 00 
860 00 
409 88 


67 81 
234 88 
308 88 
186 S6 
, 28 86 

-~ oe 

M 

i« 

24 

BO 

B6 

51 

-. 20 

1,018-47 

149 46 

ttei 

86 74 

81 60 
216 14 
70B OS 
972 18 
668 87 
316 76 

41 96 

84 72 
119 98 

88 74 
891 80 
867 17 

67 24 
288 27 
698 00 
1,109 86 
487 48 


67 81 
284 88 
108 88 

146 a« 

• S6 

80 00 
166 96 
164 76 
260 24 
279 60 
108 86 
177 51 
■ 2120 
867 47 
142 46 
-SS 62 
-. 66 74 

31 60 
179 14 
619 08 
929 18 
184 87 
188 76 

41 96 

12 72 
119 98 

88 74 
S67 80 
281 17 

67 24 
288 2T 
698 00 
764 86 
821 4S 












Boffali^' ..,» 


..^-8 £2 

..147 
♦9 




100 00 












ouis;. ■■■.■.";;": 








206 
10 88 











395 00 








... .»..„. 

;2 66 
1 86 

6 n 





. ■ «- 






Fend da Lao 




.8100 
. . 400(K 




161 Oft 


































1 88 
7 64 
1 62 
78 
6 44 






"SS^::::::::::. 




190 00 












Portage,- 




178 00 










74 






SMk, 
















4 89 
6 68 


■~:~z 












Wkokesht,,^ 


















12 68 
8 66 




















9. 628 88 


10, 846 78 


8. 187 78 


78 68 





2.169 00 



853 



EXHIBIT "A. (6.)" 
Sah of Universitjf Lands far the fiscal year ending September 30, 1865. 



— ^-i — 

I 



Oolumbisi;. 

DaaV* 

Ban Clairfl^. 



Jeffenon, 

liftnitowoo^ •••• 

Mftr»i]io]i,|. 

Oatftgami4 

Piero*, \ 

RiohlMid|. ^ . ••• • • 



t 

o 

■< 



80 

117. 24 
40 
400 
80 * 
81.18 
120 
72.76 
, 851. 17 
1, 412. 48 
. 116. 84 



8, 871. 62 



o 



4 



$276 17 
416 50 
200 81 
946 40 
288 27 
210 86 
267 92 
162 79 
2, 892 48 
8, 610 88 
426 69 



|9, 081 12 






4 



....^j. 



■ #■■ »ip^lW 



,»88](7 
111.60 
200 31 
296 40 

27 27 
210 86 
267 92 

40 79 

687 48 

1, 160 88 

118 69 



«8, 164 12 



I 

1^ 



$7 78 
10 74 



19 80 
8 16 



1 98 
41 76 
64 88 
18 80 



1168 88 



s 



4 






fl87 00; 
804 00 

• 

650 00' 
266 80 



n2 00 
1, 766 00 
2,850 00 

818 00 



15,927 00 



'\ 



• • 



» • « • I 



SiMO 



354 



EXHIBIT. "B." 



AppraitaU of tome of the Forfeited* Mortgage^ Land*. 



jvijnes of If ortgagors, 



Walter B.Gago,... 

Htnry BMb^.- 

Nflinoy B. Kiugtbury,.. ^ J Juneau,. ^.... 

G?H*/l)jletaan, \\ ^... do. .,..;„. 

W/ JT; OibBon, ; '^ 

L. H. Watefbury, 

F. Asbury Pord^...^ 

Ik C. Moree ft Wm. Letoon, 

Oalen Rood, v.. 

Luther^ P. Haftwell, 

Jai. n{ Campbell, :, 

I^hi Money,.'.. 

8.H. Ownrey, i^ 

D. Cooper Ay res,....; 

B, ^. Vim Valkenbnfg, 

Jacob H. Brands,. • 

Jacob H. Brands & Jane Brands, 

DaTidA. Agnew, 

Chas. & EUi. Wilson, 

L. T. Grain,... 

Channoey Carpenter,.. !...... 

W. Hooper Sheldon, 

Wm. Decker, 

H. M. Pomeroy, 

S. M. Gilman, 

Jacoo Gocdrow, Jr., 

Geo. J. Gregory, 

Alex. Clark, 

Wm. L. MoKensie, - 

Mary J. & Chas. £. EYans, 

..do 

Wdl Maynard,.....: 

RCHull, 

W. P. BaUey, 

O. P. Huxton, 

Bbeneier Ayres,... 

Caroline ft Martin T. Draper....... 

Thos. Christopher,... 

Wm. R. 8niith,M ••••••••••••••••••• 



I 



Adams, 

•••■•QO ...••..*• 



\jiarK, ... ..••.• 
A/ane, .■«..*•.. 

Monroe, 

.;.wdo. •••.••.. 
Marathon,... 

* La Crosse „;.. 
do 

••...uo* ...■•••. 

Kewaunee, .. 

do 

Portage, 

• .•mCIO< ..•*..*. 
...muO ••...«..• 

Iowa, 

Pepin, 

do... 

Dodge,.. 

1 .....CIO........ . 

«•• mQO.. ....... 

.....uO *...•... . 
.....CIO ... ...... 

.....Uv. ........ 

Waushara,... 
Marquette,. . 

. • . ..Qvv .^f «•.... 
... ..UO •.«•*..*• 

• ....UO. <..*•••• 

.....UO. •.•*•.•• 

.....u v.. ....... 

.....QO. ........ 

Columbia,... 

••• ..11 V. •.•.•••• 
. a. mUO •••••••• 

• ••.•llO...*.... • 




365 



o 



t '.. 



BXHimT - C. 



. '/ 



MoTtgagt$ recetved during fiscal year ciut^tng Sepfeikher 30M, 1866. 



fU I r 



*» •«•••• r. 



Ssme^. 



Franois B. Clark,,. 



Caleb A. Reyaelds,..^... 



■«•••• 



SCHOOL FUND. 

Pescription. 



*. A .» tf Ml • M fcw 



Seo. 



St qr.P.C 9\f qr «eo ?7 and bw at ne,... 
N hf of ne qr and se qr of ne qr,...., 



CbavUfl Kegrn0ld9, 



:nK&t part of Tot6 i A 2'in blo^k 266, 
■ belB^123-ttt);i MiiRin st, and 76 

ft 6o W'l^st Canal st, hetng a part 
' of original- eanml reserre in the 

Citj of Madison 



84 
88 



T. 



12 
12 



Charles ^eyn^lds,.^. 






UOlKiR COUNTY. 
E lif pf w hf of ne qr of ,,^, 

r 

GRANT COUNTY. 



22 



I 



Dexter H^tha^ay,. ^ 

G^evtwl C.flte^4-^*- 



} 



18 



26 



Charles Reynolds,.. 



Feierlio^d,. 



' N hf of sir qr & sir qr if ne qr, 
N hf of se qr of sw qr, 

lOVvA COUNTY. 

N hf of nw qr of sec 26 k ne of ne.... 

Se qr of se qr of see 14, the ne pf ne 
& nw of sw ef seo 28, all in......a. .,„.. 

excepting and reserring herefrom|! 
one acre from the nw corner ofl' 

the ne qr of tie qr of said see | 28 

deeded to B. A. Calkins. Marcji 
27, 1666, and 'recorded Mavch 1» 
1866 X 

20 acres in the n hf of se of nw of. ... 

16} acres in the se qr of se qr of...... 

20 acres inthe w hf of sw qr of. 

86 acrM ht the ni qr'of iiT qir'if. 

£ hf of sw qr, 



8 
8 



80 
84 
80 
80 
28 



)8 M of ito qr,.:. 
iKkfofsirV.. 
Shiof SWVr* 



^.ttl»U.>4;....ii....fiVl >N hf of soqr, — 



Franeis M Rj4Dr- 
do.J ;... . 



tM.^ 



KBWSMitfEE COOMn. 



b««i 



•w.«. 



4 
4 

4 

4| 



6 
8 



28 
28 
28 

it 



8w 
8w 



H 



400 00 



600 00 



4« 260 00 



2w 



167 00 



4e 800 00 



860 00 



8e 

4 



28e 
28e 
28e 



600 00 
260 00 



188 00 
160 00 
160 00 
00 



3M 



Exhibit "C." — Mortgagee reeeived, etc, — continued; 



Names. 



Simeon N. Small, ... 
Anthony McNulty,. 



Miebaoi Stafford, 



Charles Reynolds,.. 



Sdwin B. Harris,.... 
Wm. Barlinigame,.... 
Charles Reynolds,... 



Charles Heynolds, 



Charles Reynolds,... 
Simeon N; Small, 



Charles BJeynolds,. 



Description. 



MANITOWOC COUNTY. 



Sw qr,... 
Ne of se, 



MARATHON COUNTY. 



Se of ne, ......'... 

Sw of ne, , 

Lots 8 & 4, block 7, in the Village of 
Waasau, 



MILWAUKEE COUNTY. 

The middle i of }, block 88, in the e 

hf of sw qr of »...4 « 

in the 1st ward oi the Ci(y of Mil- 

.^ waukee, ;....« 



MONROE COUNTY. 

.Ne of sw qr and nw of se qr, 

Shf of ne, .'..%. 

Nw of ne and ne of nw, 



PORTAGE COUNTY. 



Sw of sw, 



Sec. 



28 
81 



1 

82 



21 



11 
28 
81 



RACINE COUNTY. 

Se of se of sec 28, he of ne of. 
Nhf of nw and sw of nw of.... 



ROCK COUNTY. 



Wm. LetsoD, 



( I' 



Lawniwa ftfgrnoMs, 



'K'<*' 



B-h|ofn€,M 

Nw of ne, .. 



88 
4 



T. 



20 
19 



28' 
82 



Am't 



24o 
28e 



600 00 
800 00 



7« 
8e 



17 
17 

18 



600 00 



500 00 



28 



4 
4 



" I 



DRAINAGE FUND. 



1 1 



MONROE COUNTr. . 

Lois .8 and 9» In blook 1, in OilmtA'a 
Addition to Sparta, also the « h( 

• of sw Of^MM-. •••••••••••«•••• ..WW 

w hf of se,... 



•**•••#•»•••••• .••••••I.M«4M.v« 



7 
9 



28 
2j!i 



Iw 
4 

Iw 



125 00 
805 00 
125 00 



lOe 



125 00 



tlo 
20e 



250 00 

800 00 



lOe 



500 00 



19. 
17 



I « • ■ • 



Iw 20D.JOO 
2wfiS6 00 



357 



Exhibit " C/* — Mortgagee received^ e/c.-^coDoladed. 



Ham^s. 



' ^^ V ' V ■ 



W* v«^unffi8}«Mt*«*ff ^•••tf 



^Deseription^ 



T-r 



.^it X ■.>■ !% M C 



'.» '^ 



OUTAQAMIB COUNTY. 

£«8t 80 aom of thai pari of lot 1 in 
800 80, and lot 8 in boo 19^ all in 
. T 21, B 18 £, north aide of F(^x 
Biver, lying between the plank 
'I road of the Winnebago Lake and 
Fox BiTer Boad Company and 
FoxBiyer, 



ioVtS. McMi^el,.i.. 



;o. 



Wm. J. Beolter, »•••».«.'• 

Lewis Blake, 

do 



f VBBNON COU^NTY. 

W hf of 9e,....*4..... 

*' * WAUSHABA COUKTY, 



FrijO^rioh Jangv 






ft ''n' 



Charles BeynoldSj^. 



8e of 0W,*m« ••«.»««••••. •.•••••••»•• 

Be of ne and n hf of ne of se, 
Whf ofnw, , 



WmrtEBAOO COUNTY: 



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NhfofsiT,. 



UNIVERSITY FUND. 



15ANE CbUlJtt^; 



tJhatkf Be7noldS}t.«w<«/ 



Ne of se, 

Sw of nw and nw of sw, 



1 '. 
- 1 



^ 1»'ASW*»T0N COIINTY. ^^ 

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200 00 



140 00 



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160 00 



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EXHIBIT ' D." 



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I 

Cbm of CcAnmittianeri' order showing the partition of tha SU)amp Land 
And into the Drainage Fund and the Normal School Fund^ pw r w mmt 
to Chapter 537,' La%cs 1865. 

STAI/E of 'WISCONSIN, 

f 
I 

OrncE OF CoxMissroKER.s of Scuool axd UvnrBBHiTT Lahds, 

Maditon^ Jane 1, 1866. 



\ 



Pursuant to chapter 537 of the laws of 1865, entitled <^ an act to db- 
pose pf the swamp and overflowed lands, and the proceeds iherefrom.'* 
The commissioners of school and aniversity lands have divided and ap- 
poTtxoD&d the swatnp and overflowed hinds helonging to this state, and the 
other lands, fund^ and assets particularly mentioqed in section two of 
said act, in the manner following : 

' Th(B several sums to be divided and. partitioned they £oan4 to be as fel- 
lows': 



I '* 



, Acrei. 

Swamp and oTerflowed lands heretofore paUnted to ihis state by the 

United States and now owned by this state, v 1,609,262.02 

Lands now owned by this state which were selected and patented in 

lien of swamp lands, : .... 20,446.99 

Moneys received froai the United States in lieu of swamp and over* 

flowed lands, $48, 081 96 

The moneys received as purchase money for swamp lands and for se- 
lected lands after the incidental expenses were paid therefrom, they found 
in the followitig fonns : 

m J * 

Invested. ilL drainage fund mortgages, as per journal of drainage 
loans in this c^flioe, $1,700 00 of wUo^ three mortgages, is 
dalmqaent .but subject to redemption under chapter 18L laws 

im-..*..; ..*.Mv..vt. «»woD 

lavsete din stota bonds, etc., as drainage fond loans, ...„«,^».,.,..^. 10^ 000 00 

do do swamp land ftmd loans,.. 72, 000 00 

Cash as balance drainage ftind, 6,946 96 

do Mswamp land ftind besides the amount received in lieu 

of swamplands and mentioned above, 19,874 87 

Iiands which the state has received on sale of premises mortgaged to 
the drainage fund, and which it still holds, together with the 
claims of the state asainst tiie mortgagors or borrowers for defl- 
eieney under such delinquent mortgages. The lands, as ap- 
praised and held by the stott, are worth, 8,874 



In 1857 and 1858, the sum of $295,218 02 was transferred to the 
school flind and loaned with other school moneys ; on which loans there 
liaa been a loss of $62,197 00. Of which loss they estimate that $30,- 



359 



Sd6 00 tiU<ili08 to the sum 00 tr^nsfeired, l«iayidg*t1ie ettm of $264^832 M 
id be ireturDed. The sohool fbiid abb received froai aKles ot the a^feeted 
lands $12,249 14 ; from which are to be deducted- the inoidental jBztfens* 
es (estimated at ten per oeat;) and the loteaes- as in the case lali.aboTei 
ana there remains to be : reinmed the :8m' of f9,899i ,00. In tshese two 
items ($264,822 and $9,6^) pro^rlj b^ongs- a- portion of t^ lands 
whieh the state has been eompelled to fske on sale of premises inl^tMged 
to the school fbod, and which it still holds. With these lands belongs 
fhe claims of ^he state against die m<»tgagbr$ ofr borrowers for dbftoiency 
nnder snoh delinquent mortgages. 



The lands as appraised and held fbr sale-afo worth,^..; ; S^4| 261 00 

the residue of Uiese two iifms is iuTe&ied in ptodttotive Ipans^ 21% 460 00 

They also found moneys doe or to become due as balance of purchase 

mcm^ en eontraets for the sale of swamp lands, lftl;8&6 59 

Moneys drae or to become due as balance of pnrohase money on eon- 
traets for the sale of selected lands, as per joornal in this office,... 4» 100 00 



. Total of lands and funds to be divided, 2,218,854 13 acres andf dc^ 
lars. 



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Oobblidneof Birftmf'Iiaiid9..;...^.i..«..i i..;. ......;..'.; ^.tcrea^ 1, O^ii^ lOt. 66 

Bktts'oa O^enillcaleB (or Q^trficfiD^..^..v*<*-«:*-:—*'*~-;-*-« $5(5, 069 T% 

CajAiabe pASd f^dm Draitisg^ J^iid-. .:...;.. !...>..• 1..1 4U 21 

ClaSnis on the first sales of atlter^Swamp Lands, ; ;..; 1ft, 819 48 

' • ' ' 

^ !foteUf DraiiAgeFatt^J....^.;;,..^....^ m-..^ $1,109,427 Oe 

To tiie Normal School Fund; they: have set apvrt : 

• • ' . * 

Swan^p. LaAdfl, subjeet to the elalm of the braiiiage ^Biid for 

: $18, 819 48io t^ paid fh>m:fir8t sales, ...;... ...........^aeres, 475,148. 87 

Dues OQ Swamp Land Oertifioatea (or,ooiitraoisX,.2..«..«..,..: » $12]^, 788 87 

^ Sy,446 99 

S,196 00 
,668 00 
72,000 00 



Siileoted landsi .,... «..;..o..-,-..^ .....«..;... v*.'**'«***sores, 

Does on Seleoted Certificates (or contract^),.. •> .>..»••>.•>..»•••..... 

Drainage Fund Loans, (seel Note l),...i » <..<.....• 

S^amp Land Fund Loans, fsee Note 2),..'..^ -..u«;..; 

Oask,' balanee swamp land rand (monexs-reeeiyedrinriieivof swsStaip 

: Iftnds Inoladed,) ;, ;.....;. .;....V. ........ 

Cash, balAnee Drainage Fund,... ,^.,4,,^ 

I^wds forfeited to State on Drainage Fund Mortgages, 

Iknds forfeited to State on Sohool Fnnd Mortgages,.... «.... 



83,406 88 
6,681 74 
8,87126 

28,261 00 



Sbbocil Fund Loans, (see Note 8), 24^,460 00 . 

I' 'Hotal,.^ ,., ^ ^...*81,128,246 66 

i'-^liis -afiiouiit is reduced to the amount^ the Drainage Fund by dednotiag' 
61:8, 8(19 48 to be paid Arom first sales of lands its tibore stated. 

ll^etE 1. $16, 000 00 of this amount is in bonds and certificates of indabtednesl ; 

i(h^bi|lanoe in mortgages. 
!^o^ 2. This amount, $72, 000 00, is all in bonds and cerUficates of indebtedae^ 
\mt» 8. $92, 000 00 of this amount is in bonds and certificates of iadebtedvofs ; 

thH»Alaoee in mortgl^g^. 



I . 






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BXHIBIT « B." 



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A* 



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^Qie Lands fortdted f&t the fi^fcaly^at ^ding Septemhef SOi'lfffii; . 



OOUNTIBe. 


1Gth8BCT|0N. 


MOLOOO 


UNIViBSITt. 


SELSOtlD^. 




No. Acres. 

• • • • . 


Ko. Acres. 


No. Aores. 


No. Acres'. 


'iSTor 4ac^ 


AilUBfL ...•..■«.... 


S40.00 


« • 

40.00 
240.00 
960,04 


*#»•••*•*• *•••• 


480.00 


Btamn. -^ 


♦■ 


160.00 


■ 11 Bin lit* •••••■•.«••. 

Sirfflfelo - 


665.58 
289.50 
840.00 
820.00 
408.28 
456. 72 
200.00 

28 18 
120.00 
480.00 
820.00 

40.00 






801.22 








120.00 


Ghippew% 

dftTK. .......... 






181.84 




40.00 






OAhmM^ 


40.00 




80.00 




98.70 
40.00 






Dftna. .•••..••• •••••• 


120,00 




40.00 


Dottf*. 




681.48 








424.00 










80.00 


F«Bilda Lm,..— 
ChrmiiL ............. 




120.00 




40.00 




120.00 


171.05 








0W61i|.« • 


40.00 
120.00 
600.00 
774.86 








Qtmh Lake, 

lows, ••••••• • 




9 




681.55 


200.00 
820.00 
820.00 








Jaokmn 






40.00 


Jaffftnon.... •• 


40.00 




40.00 


w ^Illn^BlaH ■•■ AAaMaaaAa 


400.00 
40.00 
800.00 
110.00 
852.84 

1,240.00 
200,00 
240.00 

1,080.00 
520.00 
40,00 
160.00 
280.00 
400.00 
160.00 




860.77 


Kewannee,... 

Lft Crosse, ••• 








1,645.47 
208.55 


860.00 

40.00 

280.00 






LftFftjette,.. 

Mftiiitowoo. 








81.18 




160.00 

820,00 

1, 412. 2T 

841.46 


MftTfttKOB. 




Mmrqueite, 

Monroe... 








240.00 

. 116.00 

542.08 






Oeontou ,. 






2,818.87 
686.10 


OnUnunie^.... . 
Oiuikeeu. 


40LOO 








Pepia,. 








84.10 


Pl0fee,n«.. .•>•••••• 


760.00 


480.00 




7fll.S8 


PorUgSb........... 




BMiiieb«*«« ••••••••• 










IFMfMfm^.. 


520.00 


e«e»e«e«e»«aeee eee 




80.00 


llJU,"... 


182.50 
520.00 
480.00 
480.00 






8k Ofoi& 

Wmk9..Zl 


1,720,57 

680.00 

1, 296. 89 








• 




80.00 
566.80 


Bkftweao, •••«••••• 







M4 



EXHIBIT " E;*--conolnded. 



COUNTIES. 


lera SECTION. 
No. Acres. 


600,000 
AGBBTRACmr. 


UNIVEBSITT. 


8SLE0TSD. 


SWAMP. 


No. Acres. 


1 ■* ' 

No. Acres. 


No. Acres. 


Mo. Aeres. 


ShO^jjgu^ 

Trempealeau...... 


180. oa 

120.00 
820. 00 

88.50 

»■ 




845.18 


120. SO 


200. 00 
518, 40 

1 •— »• to 


1 


160.00 






40.00 


Walworth, • ..^Mff 
Washington,!...... 

WankeiS^.. 

WaaDaoak.««»» 










' 




105.28 


40.00 
860. 00 
200.00 
160.00 
160.00 




■ ••••« •• • ••• 




860,00 




ljSO.00 

• 


805.04 


WamiaM) 

Winnebago, 

Wood, •••.••• •■••••,. 


j. ■ 


927.84 








299,95 








1,515.47 






1 






" .' ' 


1«, 7P1. 17 


10,0B1>.48 


989. 88 1 


1,^05. la 


16,S6».69 


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EXHIBIT " P/' 



Dues 0(11 Forfeited Mortgaged Lund^, September 30, 1865» 



COyi^TIBS. 



Brown,* ■•«<■ *.•«••«••< 

Buffalo,.!.. ;.« 

Oalnmet) 

Ghippewft) 

GUrk^ 

Columbia, 

Crawford, 

Bane, 

Dodge, 

Dnnn,. 

San Claire, 

Fond du Lao, 

Grant, 

Green, ..«. 

Green Lake, 

Iowa, 

Jaoksoa 

Jeffereon,. •••• 

Jnnean,M 

Kewaanee, 

Kenosha, 

LaCrotae, 

La Payette, 

Manitowoo, 

Marathon, 

Marquette, 

Milwaukee,... 

Monroe, 

Ooonto,,.. 

Outagamie, 

Oxaukee^ 

Pepin, • 

Piene^ ••>••••••.•••••••...< 

Portage, 

Baoine, 

Riohland,.^ 

Book,.. ... 

St. Croiz,.» 

Sauk,.. 

Shawano^... 

Sheboygan,... ••.. 

Trempealeau, • 



School,. 



\ Vjiiierrtty. 



< ( 



$6,708 86 
), 161 60^ 

124 97 

674 00 

1,746 00 

12, 674 OO 

1, 689 66 

8,228 96 

8; 114 04 

807 DO 

4, 616 97 

668 96 

688 48 



'•.••««• 



.f^. 



1, 874 89 



98 00 

1,808 71 

1,011 82 

1,866 66 

8, 400 77 

222 16 

468 00 

2,278 66 

969 64 

7,927 66 

2, 988 87 

18,481 02 

8, 882 68 

2, 748 97 



666 10 

784 00 

464 00 

607 00 

11,098 80 

8, 244 71 

748 49 

4, 728 48 

2,294 78 

6,084 70 

204 10 

2, 128 61 

680 00 



698 44 

846 o6' 



229 08 



462 00 

"smVi" 



661 81 



672 00 



666 18 



Normal,Sohool. 



\-r 



$211 26 



». ' 



902 00 
660 00 
422 60 
1,600 68 
1, 189 68 
1,808 44 
8,646 12 



2, 018 40 



666 62 



1, 984 70 
1, 988 68 

661 96 
2,061 99 

842 00 



1,468 10 



8,291 69 
468 46 
162 08 



664 72 
984 98 



1,664 90 
178 80 
208 80 



1,689 88 
880 00 



424 02 
464 97 



.<l'i »v/ 



• 'I »:rf. ',^\i 
• • v•• 



6, 916 11 
1, 101 60 
809 00 
1,026 97 
1,184 00 
2,167 60 

16, 649 62 
2, 729 24 
4, 687 89 

12, 867 60 
807 00 

6.881 87 
668 96 
688 48 
666 62 

98 00 

4, 017 49 

8,000 00 

2, 417 61 

6,46S 76 

1,026 16 

468 00 

4,068 67 

969 64 

11, 219 84 

8, 892 82 

18, 688 05 

8. 882 68 
8, 876 60 

984 98 

666 10 

784 00 

1,026 00 

607 00 

12, 768 20 

8,428 01 

96179 

4,728 48 

8,984 06 

6,864 70 

204n0 

2,662 68 

1,700 16 



EXHIBIT '< F."--eoneladed. 



COUNTIES. 



Yeraon,. ..;'........ 

WftlworUi, 

WMliiiBgto]iy...«f 

Wixmabftgo, 
Wood, 






in im,. 



School. . 



S826 00 

672 00 

1, 887 61 

681 18 

2,448.16 

10,802 16 

2,008,42 

4,262 71 



I . I ' • I 



$144,768 aa. 

167,484 64 . 



VvSMttH)ifyii 



f406 66 



889 28 



$6,876<a8 
7,.6.18*C6 



Normal School, 



$662 60 



»«•••••••••••• ■••••• 



649 69 



699 84 

2, 076 61 

867 88 

764 42 



■r*^^»"w» 



$36, 448 89l 
26, 676 46 



ToUl. 



•} r.r r 

...1 ': 



r.a. i.nt 



$828 60 

672 00 

2,088 86 

621 18 

8,042 94 

12, 878 66 

2, 710 08 

6, 007 18 

$187,079 76 
201,628 64 



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PojfmenU on (Jerilficata ck^ng the fizoal Year ending S^^^h^^ 30, 1865. 



COUNTIES. 



Ad*mtr, v 

AtlllAB^,..- 

Ba4 A?, 

BrowQ,^. * 

Btiffft^o.' 

BoTll^y 

Cslumet, » 

Chippewa, 

Clark,.-..,,,.. 

Columbia,'....' 

Crawford, 

Dane, 

Dallas, 

Dolge, 

Door, 

Douglas, 

DanD,.- * 

Bau Claire, 

Fond da Lac,.. 

(h>aiit, 

Green,.. 

Qreen Lake,....i 

Iowa, 

Jackson,.. 

Jefferson, 

Jnnean, 

Kewannee; 

Kenosha, 

La Crosse, 

La Fayette, 

Manitowoc, 

Marathon, 

Marqaette,.. 

Milwankee, 

Monroe,«M •**•• 

Oconto, 

Ontagamie, 

Oiankee,. 

Pepin,- 

Pierce^- < 

Polk, 

Portage^.. 

Racine, 

RiehlancI, 

Kock, .«••••••••••••••• ••• 




SCO 00 
T, 820 00 

t, 680 18 

420 eo 

748 76 

166 OO 

602 00 

SGI to 

66 00 

6, 442 00 

618 00 
9, 196 80 

676 00 

2, 817 60 

28 00 

196 00 
1,006 00 

482 00 
6, 888 00 
2, 866 00 
1, 202 00 
4, 676 00 
4,066 00 

261 40 
6, 616 00 
1,044 00 
1,610 00 
9, 174 00 

276 00 
2, 268 00 
2,082 70 

616 00 
1,069 00 
7, 641 00 

778 00 

292 00 

1,816 00 

8, 788 00 

92 00 

T29 00 



184 00 

7,180 00 

8,681 00 

10, 877 00 






2,607 87 

1,116 00 

680 1» 



2, 988 n ' 



1,146 20 

4^60 11 

1, 680 72 



218 24 



1, 646 66 

896 00 

1, 646 00 



645 07 
1, 666 24 
8, 022 69 



1, 116 00 



1, 870 72 
282 70 

2,796 80 
288 00 



806 76 



2, 014 48 



4 a • V ■ f 






.. . I 1 



1,221 00 



l7482*00 



1,900 43 
2,098 00 



109 00 
218 00 

1, 709 00 
244 00 

2,280 00 



2, 247 00 
i,"209"6o 



8,916 00 
482 00 



•f 



42 00 

408 00 

669 00 

8, 784 27 






» 






r»rt' 






i86 ^ . 
•' '266 00' 
•796 Op., 



28C 00 , 
46 00 

196 00 

622 00 
24 00 

629 00 



674 00 
814 00 



827 00 

142 00 

77 00 



.•■..*•. .. •• . 



778 00 



210 Oa 
842 00 
626 00 
216 00 



84 00 



616 00 
180 00 



462 aO 
1,047 00 
1,826 00 



287 00 



64 00 
188 00 



1,717 00 . 
2, 647 00 |, 



3^8 



Exhibit <^G/' — PaynunU on Oerlificatet — concluded. 



COUNTIBS. 



Si. Cr^z, 

Sank,..} 

Shftwanoi ....^. 
Sheboygan,..;.. 
TrempiQleau,... 
Walworth, ...I. 
Washington,^.. 
Waiik0sha,«i.i. 

IfAnpftoa, 

Waushara,... «.. 
Winnebago,.. ». 
Wood, 



I 

S 

02 



1,6S1 00 
2, 878 00 

618 60 
6, 277 00 

770 00 

10, 186 00 

8, 778100 

4, 068 61 

901 00 

862 00 
4,006 00 
1, 6P1 00 



148, 089 49 



■9* 

§1 






2,244 60 
1, 707 16 
1,272 80 



888 00 
721 00 



84, 908 29 



if 



496 00 



1, 694 00 



8, 628 00 



84,098 70 



•I 



264 00 
488 00 
261 00 
600 00 

"Tw'oo 

186 00 
1, 784 00 
966 00 
908 00 
460 00 



17,466 80 



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EXHIBIT " H (1.)" 
hr/^Ued State Land$ Kdol ly the State September 30A, 1865. 



h 

COrNTIiJB. 



k< 



I 



•••••••••••••t 



Adftms, f....« 

AshuAVy •••••f ••••• 

BrowBi i 

Buffftlo, I 

BnviMit}*** • • af • • • • • 

Golnmbis,.... 

CfftwAird) 

])«&•,••«•• 

DiiUftB, 

Dodga^.. , 

Door,... , 

BonglM^....... 

Ihiiinj* ••••••••• 

Bfta Cl«iM^... 

Fond da Lm, 

Orant,.. , 

Oreen,.. 

Groen l4ik«^.. 

lows, 

Jaokson,.. 

JToffonon, 

Jnnesv, 

Eewannoe,.... 
lAGroM«|..... 
LftFikTetto,* 



UPoinio,. 

Maniiowoe, 

MarathOD,. ...... 

Marqveito, ...... 

Monroe^... 

Oconto, 

Oaiaganie, ...... 

Osauoe^.*....... 

Pepin «.... 

Pieroe, 

Polk, 

PortasO}-.'* 

Baoino, 

Riohland, 

Bock, 

Si. Croix, 

Sank, 

Shawano, 

24DOO 



f BOO COO 
•iH 8KTI0N. £CBM TBACT. 



No. Aofoo. 



0,900 
iilW 
I, MOT 
6,8M 
2,160 
1,080 
40,760 
16,260 
1,876 
2,088 



16,080 

40 

6,240 

14,880 

8,889 

7,200 

40 

462 

40 

860 

760 

11, 674 



6,200 
1,240 
1,128 
840 
4,280 
1,960 

80,480 
2,240 
8,000 

27,280 
2,120 



2,820 

2,440 

18,660 

9,240 

820 

2,920 

60 

4,840 

2,860 

6,600 



No. AcTO^ 



"ioo 

1,920 



4,660 



880 
M7 



240 



240 



160 

2,680 
860 



816 
280 



2,686 



1,000 

1,824 

11, 749 



12,180 



1,880 



8,680 

200 

41,641 



UiriTEMlTT. 



No. Acrea 



8,920 

80 

128 

889 



SILSCTID. 



No.AcNt. 



4,120 
40 



80 



120 
800 



40 



926 

9,028 



400 
* 48 
240 



24,698 



BWAllP. 



Iffo* Aofoa. 



95,<»6 



^3! 



7,620 
7,182 
2JW0 
Mil 



8,608 
660 

8,679 
82,488 



1,680 
1,240 
1,680 



6,001 



29,660 

8,968 

28,060 

28,202 

9,842 



12,286 

9,240 

18,466 

17, 749 

184^274 

84,117 

480 

1,684 

928 

1,687 

87,881 



820 



40 

1,116 

42,806 



II 



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BXHIBIT " H (I.)"— -Rw/ciYcA S^te^fifinds, e<c,— ooncladed. 



COUNTIES. 



M' 



16TR ^Eonozf . 



n ,^p,Aw^^. 



fiMb^lMi ••?•»•** 



Trempeleau, 1 6, 840 

Vernon, 8,280 

:WBaj^ng!Lon.\, • 

WauEeshft,..; 1 

nWftipaca, tf, 040 

, Wavshara, 4, BOO ^ 

Wmnebaj^o^. . 40 

vTO^ci,. *• 10)120 



Total,^ 



/ ...'<<. 120,1 f..«»»'? *TV* 



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■80t7,^-8 



600,000 



1^9. jAcres. 



I: 



,l2o 
278 



'No. Aorem., 

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da, 



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^^ ^ 



BXLIOTED. 



No. Ajores. 



[••♦» 



'V««»»« 



8WAMP. 



No. Acres. 



"-r ^:' J 



8,400{ 



28,098 1 



1,900 

748 

2,076 

1,466 

^0 

81,904 

15,065 

5,076 

55,915 



619 295 



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COUNTIES. 



Brown,.... 
Bixffiao, 



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Bttrifelie, 

Oftiumet, 

cjs^,- -^ ^^ ^^^•••• 

Ch^ewa, .....•.•..•.',;. ; ;:;•.;;..; 

QrftWford, ^,i t..;.* 

DaUas, .V. .•.........;...:.;...■ 

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Door, 

Douglas, 

Dunn, 

Jackeon, 

fnueau, 

Kewaunee, .. 
La.OirpsBe,... 
LaPc^te,... 
Mfanitowoc,.. 
Marathon,... 

Monroe,. 

Oconto, < 



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Outagamie,. 
Ozaukee,. .... 



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Polk 
Po^ge, 

Racine, 

fibawano, 

meboygan......... 

Trempealeau,...,. 

Vemov, 

Waukesha, 

Waushara, 

Winnebago,... 

Wood, 



To^aI "^O, RAI^fL ... 



leiB SECTION. 



No. Acres. 



••*•••• ••#••■«< 



fi2','880 



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UNIVERSITY. 

»» 

No. Acres. 



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SWAM P. 



No. Acres. 



. *.• . ( 



•1,1W- 



li«80- 



• 188- 
•Hi 620- 



2^7 

eye- 



is, 407 



Iftfi.OW 






> • • • • 



4,04a 



••• ♦-• ••• 



■ • • « 



1,820 



185 



400 



5,Mfi 




./ 



ii,^ii5( 

60, 




4§;960 
7^ 7^0 
. .;900 

a 

18(,80P 

!<;, 820 

0,75* 

9,880 

1^^68 

48,^ 

480 

1,720 

4,400 

1,788 

1,009 

400 

40 

8,000 

75,280 



4f)ft, 258 



879 



EXHIBIT " H. (3)." 



LanJU never ofered Md hg the State Stptemher 30, 1865; 



COITNTIBS. 



Brown,. 



Buffao, 

Boriiott, » pyw, 

Ctlnvntij '. .'. 

CWpptwa,. 



iwin 



CoTambia, i. 

Alias, ; 



8 



a&«^ J., 

Dodgt, 

Door^ 

DoQgUui, 

£aa piair«, ..... 

Grant,...-. 

jToaeau,.. 

La Crosse, 

IiaPointe, , 

Marathon, , 

Marquette, 

tfonroe, 

Ooonto, u. 

Outagamie, 

duukee, 

Polk. :.. 



Sauk, , 

Shawano,... 
Waupaca,.. 
Waushara, 
^M 



Total No. ■acres, 



JOtb SBCnON. 



No. Acres. 



40 



SWAMP. 



7 



40 



■ — --* ■* ■ * •■! 



No. Acres. 



1,120 

141, 986 

40 

270 

48^211 

S40 

128^790 

26,080 

900 

5,820 

80 

660 

160 

95,466 

2,040 

86 

84,040 

120 

10,085 

^,400 

40 

40 

1,280 

40 

520 

18,800 

40 

14,820 

190 

80 

824 



566, 996 



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£01,640.00 
666,996.80 

1,706,8*6.00 


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SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE BOABM)F 

MANAGERS OF STATE REF511M ^HOOi; 



; 



OF THE STATE OF WISOON&IN, 
For the Year Ending October 4th, 1865. 

' * ' • ],' * , ' 

V 

MANAGB&S: " » ; ' 

ffrm expiref Hr$t Tuetdajf of Mcarch^ 1866. 

JOHN HODGSON, Wuqikmlm. i '^ 



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Termsesepin Firzt Ttiesdu^ of JUajxhf, 18^7 4 ,..,;^(;'r . 
WILLIAM BLAift, Ifaukesha, '' * -''1»W^!)'d^Mls'iM^«ifc^;'- ' ' •* ' 

^ IVrm tttpires Jfrs< Titesdc^.of JKarc]^.18M« • Oif - 

ANDRNWlL ELMORl^GiMaifty,. - .'.!GIUBLEa.&.objeya,^teiivfl^ 

^ ■»• •■• • «••....»» ••..... .. .,,.,.1. ...,«„/ Jil'^.i I " ? • 

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OFFI0EB8 OF THE BOABBt" ' ' / j 

EDWA&B O^NBIL, iVraMnf, JOAN HOwigON, Viit' Pmiimf, 

• •'•• ...- 1 , iU^ 

ANDREW s/lLM6SBt fHM«r«n CSARLB0 B..«IEBfly«Mr«fi»y. 

A. D. BAfI>ltICK80N, » 9wmi m d mi , €< M. BDiaHAM, ^Im^I A^^MHhmT/ 

MBS. OLIVE D. HENDBICKSON, Jr«*wi. 

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«76 



MANAGER'S REPORT. 



Governor of the State of WiicormH : 
f ■' 
The Board of Managers of the State Reform School, in aooordance 
wiA the iflqmrementaj)f }fw^ Resent Jbe^reirUh their annu^ report : 

m* niwW, ofti^^l^t^f p;he ,^^obl jar the'P)d|giiiiui%'|>f |tAe}7el^r;- 
wae, 

Jwi •••••••; * -. ;:•, ii^ 

Toul, la? 

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Nnmher committed daring the year : 

2S» 86 

Qirlfl^ 22 

JBvnaway retnmod} •»•••• •«*«i.««.«.«*^ •*••«!• ft««*«jk»«ii«i^«/it<^«a.«« !••••••.• •••••• l 

r .' ,. •'■ y \ 108 

Whole munberiii iohooldurin;|^<Biie'7ealr,M'«t««*«^Ai •••■*••«•■••»««•••••••• ••••••••• 24S 

Laiffttnnmlier in school at any one tijpe, 17(K 

The following i^ a dtaro^ent of expenditares fM^the past year, as they 
stand on^por l)^s^ i|r}is|bi of* •thf) gilders to whom and on what account is^, 
sued, appears at the end of this report : * 

Taming ntensIiS|«*«t«^'««»«M*«««>«*««*t«a«»*kM«***»**^«4»««MM««««*»««««'» $152 45 

gtok s and sUUoneiyj........ .' 6U 18 

9imMBVSy»w«««*4*^*«U**4b«««*«*«jMA •••••••••••••• Mt«««»*«««M*«Uit*» 479 99 

Fuel and lights.......... m 1,157 08 

Miseellaaeons, 596 82 

Managers,.... , * 851 50 

Sodding and clot]ki|iiEl«i^^c^*>*«***«M*%*w*««4A^«Hyv«««*M*»*t<*^ * 5, 081 w 

PMvisions,... 5, 671 97 

ImproTements and repairs, • * • ';«. 95^ Oo 

'9M,y.kn^ /.».M.U.,u .o-,^«^.^^,....^u mPf^^ 47 

The report of the treasurer is appended, and also that of Dr. Barrett, 
the retiring svperintendent, whose mling health compelled him to resign. 
^Wy)^9MrtB diMlpse so jUlj the history o{ the jear.^s operations and die 
ftmX eonffitic^^orthe Instf^^^^ safd; ' 



377 



We oall attention to the amendment oi last Beesion of the law regulate 
ing the admianon of boys and girls. It seems that the previons amend- 
ment was OYerlooked and the intention to make a chanee only as to girls 
is somewhat obscured by the latter clause in the amendment. 

We ask for the superintendent's jeport a careful examination. He haa 
been connected and identliibdl witb^tha sifieol (Since dia'istablishment and 



on leaTine has giyen the result of his long experience in a form enti* 
tledy we think, to much weight. This institution has already accoju^plish-.. 
ed much good in the thorougli and permanent reformatioii of those alrdady 
broughi wder its inflnence, an4 it promises yet grealeiv and more bexvift- 
cent tesults in the future, but it is impossible to meet, the xnoreased" and 
increasing demands of the sute in the reformation o^ its juvenile deliu'* 
quents without larger means than are yet provided. An argument in 
bbMf of 'reform schools is not intended or. deeteed'ifieeMsary liere; It 
i^,]aiid0n|tood to be the policy of this state to establish tmd maintain this 
onfi.jof: tAfi most, If not the most, useful of her benevolent institiitions. If 
aojiMWQJi is incredulous» we jonly.ask.bim, An bia.owA account^ 4a visit 
our school, and we regard it as aotioeable that.so few of our citiieiHi «roa< 
know of its e:(istence, much less of tbi» Yast benefit ft 'is coQjfet^Aft Otf its \ 
inmates f/und througli them on the state. ^ The committing magnitrates 
are often guilty, in our judgment, of violating the spirit of the law, if not 
ili letter, in seiiding children here for no appaf en* naeaon, ezMft to re- 
lieve the county of their support. We think the power to review their 
action should be vested somewhere, io tove thei state from imposition. 
The new buiLj^g. provided fofbi^tha Jegislature of 1863, is finished and 
paid for. as appean by' the treasurers report. We are more overcrowded 
than when .tmi 'eblttgemettt w$S asked for. In order to carnr on the 
school the coming year, it will require for current axjieiisM tllMKMIl. M. 
To build a shop with basement^ &c;, for the employment and confinMuent 
Twhen neecessary) of the worst class of bovs, and an additional building 
for the better class will require, 912,000 00. To purchase 20 acres of 
land to furnish out of door employment will require 920,000 00. These 
estimates are based on the experience of the past, and with referenoe to 
our increasing numbers and continued high prices. We believe that our 
institution thus far has nothine to fear in a comparison with other and 
simOar benevolent institutions in the matter of economical expenditures. 
We hope to be able to present as satisfactory a result in future. For the 
information of the uninformed justices, especially, we publish the laws 
and regulations governing the school. 

All of which is respectfully submitted. 

BDWABD O'NEILL, 
JOHN HODGSON, 
ANDREW E. ELMORE, 
WILLIAM BLAIB, 
CHARLES R. GIBBS. 
Waukesha, October 4th, 1866. 



3>8« 



/''TREASURER'S BlBPORT. 

7b AeMawxgen 6^ ihe State Reform School: 

The.xindeTBigQffd. baa rdceived as your treasuror during the past year 
tbe foQowing ^um of money, to vit : 

Ffom State T)M|MW0ri cfp^ial appropxiatioo, ••— • f7,000 00 

^^••..4.,.^..frpm counties, « ^. 2,S26 (»4 

do M* annual appropriation, .-. 18^600 00 

III I ■ II 

Total...*.. ...iM^ •.- $Sl,WtM) 

Daeiaeat last roporty.».... ......«•• • 9M 46 

Bi^^nee paid baikiing ao^oantSj see TOBohorfl^«.....» 747 1^1 

Pala oatreivt^illii seo Touohers, p^ ,^ ••• 18, 759 44 

$20,64181 

' BalwDOo in Troatoter^e liaadi, .'. i •~.«.. 92,888 tt 

Bef^MtfoUy submitted, 

ANDREW E/ELMOEi, 



Waukeaha, OoL 4th^ 1865. 



!Srea$t»rer SiaU Be/orm Schooh 



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SUPBRIHTEKDENT'S RBPOKT: 



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To the Board o/ Managers of iko SkUe Reform School: 



.OxMTLXMBN — ^It booomes my duty again to present you with the An* 
naal Report of this Inatitation : ... 

B091. CHrls. T«U1. 

Whole nnmber of inmates reoelTod into the school since opening, 
July 24th, 1866, 296 68 85S 



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».\ • • 



Namber in school at daU of last repori,...........ll'...i.'Jir./.^^^ 11?' 20. • W 

Number eommitted daring the year. i.l...i.i.^..'«'.l..^..'.V.iii...' 8( H • 107} 

Bunaway returned, 1 ... « ,1 

^ .# •.««* #•• aft'!***! ■• «> *' ■« ■■••««*# 

Whole number in school during the year, ....'.'.*....'. 208 422 ,245 



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Largest number in school atone time,;. .......... .-...v.v..... ' '^70 ; 

«•■ Its*** ••» ^^e^*** 



.01. 



There hare been discharged as ibliowsr 
Returned to eare of varenle,' 4...-. •....• .....#. ....•....>..•.•.. 42 • 9' ^1' 



■9^- -Otrto. "Totil^ 

of parents, 4.... .....# ........*...-.. 42 9 ' «1 

Out in famBies en trlal,.«.<.<^. ^.. ....w. .w..... 9* 11 ^^ 



Ailisted in the army,... 2 .«. '2 

Pardoned by the QoTernor, ••......• 1 ... 1 

iScaped^ 4 ; ., 16 1 16 

TeUl, 09 21 90 



Bemaining in school September 80th, 186^, ^. .......... '184 21 ,J6^ 

... ... .In' 

Onr new honse was completed on the first of Deoember and thirty-nine 
small boys were remoTod to it from the large buOding. TheTaeaaoiea 
thus made, howeyer, soon filled, so that at one time we had one hundred 
and one boys with only seventy-eight single rooms for their aoeonmoda- 
tion. 

' We haye now ninety-three — ^fourteen more than were provided for in 
the eoaatmetion of the building. 



360 

Th€ number of conyiotB during each month is as follows : 

October,. 1864, 8 

November, do 12 

December, do.~ • 6 

January, 1806, ^ 1 

Tebrvary, do ^ < 6 

i^[HriJ)*«««* A (ueA* ••%••«•>•• •••••••••>J«*(«\*«i>*A**»^i««l*^«« •••'•• r*.* ••«••••■•• (••••• 10 

May, «do i 18 

June, do ^...•. 7 

^PQiy, ••••••• •••••••••ciO- »«*«»4«»iMi««»'«*«)4««««**^*\*»*«ff*^^***«******«*»«*****t'«w«#(i,* *******■*■'* ^'•***** 'La 

August, do 10 

September} v do 6 

Toul, .....; »A .•....../ iw 



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Tfaey were oommitted from the following counties : 

Brown county, 6 

" ^e Oo,. • •. 5 

..',. «o- ". ...;...i; V....; — :.. 1 

dn ljac....doM .;;.;,.;..:.;.::.;;;;;;;;..;...•;.;.;....• ^....: % 

Idwa ;;: Ao .v..........; ...v...-....-..- ;.. ••.'.. 6- 

jre0^rBoni'.~fr.T....do^*..»*««««>««*«««* • ••« • ••••.•...••••••••«•••.. 6 

Kenosha/.. db;%.. : :.'..... 2 

Maahowoe do 2 

Milwaukee do ~ 22 

Baeine do • ....,m***i»*«*** ^.—.f^ ~ 8 

BieUand do 2 

Book do ^ 12 

Bank ..do 9 

Sheboygan do......... ••..m»*»..»..v...*.. «••««..•••.»#«•«•...•• mm. m«... 1 

WahMrtiu.«,..MdOii. •••••••••. ••.'.•...•..•.. ~ 4L 

Wishinfflen do ^. *..«.m««4- 1 

Wankesna^ ..do ........m***^- 19 

WinnebagQ do ...................^.•.••••..•, ...•.„., .•....,, .•••.m^«v«»«*- ^ 



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ToM^l, \ „M.m ...mt ,.,..,„„„..„., ,.. JOT 

\:' ... 

They are charged with the following offences : 

Larceny, 60 

Tai^ncy, :i. .;..«....• m...... 28 

IncOiTlgibnity, 80 

Qrtnd Laroeny, 2 

Defkeing tombstones, •* 2 

♦ -/ I . . ^ I r ' I • . * ' 

.^ i*ip.»y '> «t^»i«»»« ■ %5Yt * f if tttt^**y****** ******* **.*f*********My*^*<**f**it*^*!f*»f>******y^* ***** * 

I "h • • I .'•../';. 1 1 '* - t.'. p ; • •, ' • '. 

- . ''.Of'".' '•*;•' ' '* • . ■' ; •' • _ 1 

1 '*i 






'" . • • »'.. ' ■••I' 



881 

Thoir ages when conTiotftl wens 48 fiUlMrs : 

BigM jun of ag^ ;...Um.. ;...; : 7 

lllft««..M«....«do *. «..•.. •......;....' ^ 10 

Slaren do mh-*»*- rf.**- H 

TMrtMn do i u*. ..,...;.....•...- 2t 

FoarieoD do « 21 

Total, i.....* U7 



I 



Their Dativity is as fcrllqws : 

Forty-BOTOB were born in...- - 

i];^eAiry«'twOt**»« .do ••»••••* •••»••••*••••••••••'••••••••••••••»•»*•••••••••••••■ ••••••Mew xofk* 

TbToe.. do.. *• ^ Mafstohosetto. 

Two. -do- Ohio* 

Opo»»».«»«««««»»»«—ttO— *—>•»•»•«•«*••>•—•*••••—♦•••♦•»••*■*•■•»»»»••»••••»••••••>• yemoat 

Okie -do^ • •••••••• Poan^lTAniA. 

0&e*.» .1 flftii I r- ^ T i-ir- i-iii T i PBaiBfti • 

Oae do—. • — - • New Jersey. 

jTwo* •••••••• •..••«««*qlo— •»•»••♦••♦«••«»«■••*••»■*«**« — •«•■*■•**••*••••♦••••*•»•••*»— ••ijemaMmaii 

Oae —..do- - I&dieae... 

One do-....^ ••••••••New HMiptfaireto 

One do- - -- • Michigan*' 

Nine*. •••>•• ••••••'••do.. ••••••••• •••••••.••••»..• »•>•••>•♦•••••••♦••••<»••••••.•• »fleranei i yt- 

xiivee—. • ••••.....•..uo—t •••♦•••« •»...«..•««•«■•••••««.•••••.••■••«. •^•••••••^••••••••iJFeieAu* 

Two*. •••••M.doM*.M..*«« •.^...•••....•..•.•••.•••••^••••••.•^•••••••^•••••XBgland. 

Two ....^.do.. ••• •••••M GiAftdeL 

One do^ Swiiserlend. 

One. « do f...... , Norway. 

<OlZ WOTO** •••...*... ».».•••«••>•.•.•• ».«.«. •.•...••••»••■.».•«..«*••..•...•.••*•.••.•..• VuKBOWn. 

The preyioos social and moral condition of those committed, is similar 
to that shown in former reportf • Some bare lost one or hoth parents, 
or what is still more nnfortunaie^ have parents who are intemperate and 
Tioionsi . .Borne, howevi^r, were committed hsteaose the fiiiher was in the 
army, and who, in the absence of wholesome parental restraint, had be* 
come incorrigible. In seyeral of sach cases the father, when discharged 
ftom serrice, was allowed to reeeive the child upon fornishing good evi^ 
Asnee of ability to proride for andjgOTern him in future: 

Almost all are found to be addicted to lyisg, thioTing and profanity. 
Their history. Almost uniformly reiealB . the same oaose of delinqnency — 
ioant of pareiUal cantrok There is also connected with this, in most 
cases, as entire negkct of eady edneatiOB. Fhrente hare claimed the 
care of their ddldren, and hare funiisbed the* strongest testimonials of 
their ability to restrain and eAicaiiectiMmi'whea tbs Ibot ie patent that 
they haveissfftfed the ehiM id gcow- iip t0'tlM age^ of foorfees witiiont 
knowiaga siagle letter of the Alphabet, t 

And this too in otie of tnu cities; which olaims ie liaTe the best puUle 
sehooto m^Me mMm, it has become wi t^ry graTo <ftteetioti, what AM ht 
•done wMitthe large elasi^of ehiUren l» ^ewr cities and large towat^^^whe 
^will not awail tbimsilves of th4 aiilple previous madtf^fet tfaetr iedvcation^ 



I 



lSf82 

but wbo are growing up to«BtblU>(idi in igooraaee and «iider the blind 

^FXiidanoe of yicious passions and depraved appetites. The.prohl^ will 

^Bolvedj^iFnotty awjsel^^^^^ for tteir inteUectual^^wi 

'moral. col tnre, bj.riioiAnd.arBQD, bj the upheaving of an inforiAted and 

Regenerate pc^alaoe* 

'; These «onnntttate for vagrancy -and incorrigibiiity were charged lb the 

'^veifiiT'WVititifedadftlloWd:' . ., 

' «.••■•••« •• •* ,..• • • 

Gmwford, r ...*...^. ,*..•..-... '^2 00 

BftBi), • 95 00. 

Dodge, 65 60 

Fond du Lao, •# %.... 891 60 

Grant, 20 00 

Qreeii'£4i^i^&^>* <.>»»»—»»»•>•«.»■ ♦»«^— »»».««.— ^ :.., ■ 52 00 

Xowa, •ii»'»t»» »«*«•»'•»»•>••*»>■*••>••>■ ■■>i»>—*»— •••■•■•■•♦■■■■^»«*»^ f »»«» <»i»^»*>» »»».,» ■■<«»< *' 'loo 'ov 

Jeffertoiri,- 4«..fil^.. .^ —..••••....• ^*. 85 00 

Keno8hR,..u*ii:0 108 00 

'*fr ''*y.^ ' *" t - --I— f -^--T"--' — — ~.^— ^-^. — —-»—-».^ .... »»-^ --——»»--»- •••*•«•«••••••«••••%• 4j> 'Ov 

Mamium^i'MW 324*50 

Raoipvo^«<>^- - -^ • ^t <XI 

jtMciiiam^i^««>'fcA% M i>iai f .»«»■.••■•«»•>*»•••• ■ — ■—<■« »—»»—« ■■— .■■»»^^«»^««»» »««>»» •«••••••• ^e vU 

Book,..^(Mj;.uL 829 00 

J3auk,j.;yill....... 404 50 

SliebojrgaiiL;....»« ^^ .^ ^ 102 50 

Walwortli,..«L«.M««»*«*«M«.«««*«Mi«....M«««.«.*«««...*.«. .•••.. ••••«•..• •..........•• 112" 50 

WashinictQiii.a.-.*...*^ .^ .«.. ». ^ 103 00 

Waukesha ^ 335 00 

Winn«bago^..M;^. 6S 00 



• • • 1 



Wttoltf. amount. due, ..•.•.—^. — ««....^...,.... $4,092 50 



^ ' ' ©E{PABm«EN*rS OP LABOR. 

fl%e numbiir of bbys^'engAgeclin the different departments of labor is 

•as folio wfc-:^ '■''>• ' '''' y \ ''-«' - " ■ 

ATj^r|^onuJin|)^9m^^yfulia;8^m^))op ^ .^.^.^ ,.••*•. ^ 85 

. in tailorr sho^ »-•••» »....i «•••• XS 

;' on-tHi'SkrtDf^^fi^,., ,^ 2q 

■ ' .n 'i :: ' 'in kRthen and dormitories, 9 

■.':',•»' f» ' ' hi hnudry,... •..•••«••. -.•...,.„ 2 

The hQpi m the new I honael . are empk^d in nnlti vating the garden 
dnrit)g(th#'5ttiikipep, and ia. doing the. neoesaacj. work a1>cmt the house. 
Daring t^e Winter ihiejfr,axfo«mpA«yed. in jksttdBg. 

Year attention ia parlionlarly oaUed te the tuA of .the laiga imidber of 
boys in the school without any neaiia of empioymeat. Uar ahops art 
ipiii^oieot to theHwante ofi th^ iai^hool, eapeeiaily the shoe ahop. We 
bavoi arowded .aa tunff> aa poes^fo into two amaD r*om» wbieh yftm oftonpy, 
brntthoAepeaai^y ^^ery appaaeii ton ne# . bniUing* with ahep-^Mom 
B^SoiMt for sixty oeaevea^ beye^ oThe kbor ef the hays inthatshoe 



'S88 

shop can be made pro^MV^ oiAy Vy giiini^'tliem snffioient aooommoda> 
tions. with a foreman and OTerseer to perform the work and attend to its 

•'execTrtfon.; ,• .■ •'.:.,• . •;• •'^ 

y •-./!' . • -'THE FARM- ••. il -jioifr 

hoi}|P^ eQiNHsaiieqee.Q/ the ira.Qit of -room iu ihesh^p^ ?f^»ll9ve l^ad & larger 
f^p«4^?'0f Wys.OA the favm and in the[ j(^d thai>:m.,faD](b find emplojr- 
f^l^nlfor. We bftY^ done ft larger amo^i of QQjlp3iS}0,,]^k.tb|a8AiBmer 
.AWi^^:b^<>i:^f bat di§ motice^of taking tbe.Ji^fi^inw^saxaiJieecbool 
jif )at4(E^^d with many di&oiilties^ often ]ea4ingn<^;e^»qf|p%,^9^d introdfap- 
.^g'^l^rder into the ^aho^l. 'There should hQ/^tlMLf^ti^mJ^undred-uosf^ 
^pre^of goodlaRd^^ehed to the school. W& baye^ liiiQ^ ihirtg &orw, 
•iiPihi^ w|^ have ^nt^d wit)i corn. We have alsoi (H:|ltiyated.aao,ther field 
i^f ^eo^ra and potatoes, for which we receive^ $5Q*Q(]|.. . .. .^ 

.Hr^tifiUQ]^ are pi^ellent^ with the ezcepti^,o{ Ipdij%p corn, whiob, 
j^iog Wtbo sevepre drouth, did not come'np well,- ^be ei;op,of potatoes 
promises a large yield. We have also th^, i^u^I ;a^uiv}')lof gard^ 
Ly^^tableii. > » -r. \* ' ^'/: 

'■•ir . ' i^. ,'■ { • #f • • ' ' \ \ '■■•, • 



GfUIi'S DEPARTMENT. . 



"l 



'* ' Wfe hate twenty-one girls now Jn the schoo!. ^hV lir^'esf nttmber'at 
bnii'timc. in the school was thirty-thr -e. This number' 'exceeded our uc- 

'fcojumodations, antf we were iSubjected to great iiconveftifbttce in providing 

*H 8tiitab!e place for them in tl)© building. THete t^r^ <^^h «bout fifteen 
sleeping rooms, ten of which are dark and im'perfeotly vcfitilatned. ' There 
is no diningroom; dress-room ot wash-room; and the oily' place which 

'could be used for those purposei^ rs tb^^baftement half, wiiicb' ils the com- 
mon pa8sage<>way« Besides the impropriety of placing the .'two sexes in 
the same building, the utter impossibility of providing the nttjessary re- 

' fbrioatory means fdr the girls most be apparent to cvefry one.' 
•^'It IS a matter of profound regret that the legislature at its last session 
did not make the uecessaty appopriation for a separated 'buHding. And 

, equally unwise, ii^ oui'.o{)inion, was the passage of the'adt excluding girls 
over ten ^cars of iage from the benefits of the sctiobl.' If experience is 
any guide and statistics are of any V9luo, then ifine^^tenths of the girls 
who are proper subjects for commitment between the ages of ten and 
twelve may be permanently reformed. Nor is the proportion much less 
at fourteen, the age previously- fixed by statute, and one which is adopted 
by other institutions. 

The'dirls have .been employed in the kiile%>efij dieib'g'rodm and laun- 
dry;* tfna' ihoxfi eight ir fen in the. Sewing tbo^i;'^ Otf^hati'beett constantly 
emplby^d^Ht th6 Dew ^tijisb, and ha^ become 'so fafllhful!fti' her duties as to 

-^htitl^fier to ppeclkldbrntfrendatitin.'^ A^ '^'d^ititTn^l BWJf'wm be required, 
and>as iah oii6 cfan retl<^^r'it more acde^iiiy 'il/«ti tHlPjHrl' ri&fsrred to, I 
ifoidd t^(fii>iiith^d tHat'sbef receiito eote^Bi«i8M W^We]r1aV6i-- the doming 



384 

HEDIOAL DBPABTMSNT. 

There has been bat very little severe sickness in the school, sUhoogh 
-eases requiring advice and medicine occur almost duly. Daring the win- 
-ter there was the usual number of "colds," and some slight cases of 
influenza. There have been aome cases of severe diarrhoea and dysentery 
ihe present season, but all have recovered — no death has occurred in the 
institution. There have been several special cases which luve required 
treatment. One bOT in attempting to escape, juttiped flnom the seednd 
dtory and broke botn bones of bis leg. He nas pernietly recovered and 
is not disposed io attempt another escape. Another boy was tihrownfrom 
a horse and fraot\iTed One of the bones of the fore-arm, just above tlfee 
wrist. He has also re(H)Vered and gone home to his parents in BfibUgan. 
We have bad ten cases of epilepsy ,-^one a girl of. 12 years of age, wlio 
'was reduced almost to hopeless idiocy. She was much emaciated, andlxer 
paroxysms were frequent and violent. Under treatilient and eoBStant 
viffilance she has nearly recovered, having only slight paroxysms at inter- 
vals of three or four weeks— she is also getting a good degree of mental 
and phyisical •developement; 

The other case was a boy of nine years of age, whose fits were produced 
'two years before by eating green vegetables and drinking whiskey. He 
has had no attacks for more than two months and is so far recovered that 
ordinary care and attention to diet, will, no doubt, perfect the cure. 
Both of the above cases however, were improper subjects for this 8cho<d. 
They should never have b^en sent here, and nad not special and unwea- 
ried pains been taken for their treatment, the result would not have been 
so fortunate. They were proper subjects for a hospital, and I cannot but 
•express my surprise at the want of consideration m the magistrate who 
• committed them. There is no moral obliquity in either case, aside from 
their disease. In this connection I will mention another case where the 
-commitment was manifestly imprx)per« 

A bov thirteen years of age was sent here from Bichland county, who • 
is well behaved and never has been viciously disposed, but who, flrom the 
accidental discharge of a gun, lost his riebt arm and part of the shoul- 
«der. He thus became disabled and a public charge, and was sent here as 
a vagrant.^ It seems to me that the power of examining and reviewing 
the commitments ought to be conferred upon the board of managers, and 
all improper subjects ought by them to be discharged. 

ESCAPES. 

We have to record a larger number of escapes during th^ past year 
than at any time since the openine of the school. The cauKci are due 
tmainly to my own fttftte of health, having been disabled by severe sick- 
ness ikom aAten4ing to the duties of the school « part of the. time, and 
alae to our overcrowded condition and to insufficient help. I may add 
here, that four of diese boys that escaped are known to be v^ry strong 
and industrious beys, and would soon have been discVargei from the 



38S 

t 

m 

iqt^o}. Tl^^ir great anxiety (o go home waa the main reasov ior tlie|r 

. The neooMitjfoz immediate proi^mon being made for the better acoem? 
modation oS tjhe present number of inmates and for the. increasing number 
which will be committed,* must, be apparent to every one who is at alle4^> 
ouainted with our conditioA. We should have another family builaing 
lor « the best- class of boySi who wonld thus be removed to a higher ,gr|ide 
Md to more privileges, and where higher reformatorv influenoea jpoiud ^ 
used than it is possible to apply in our present crowded oonditioai and de^ 
fiftctive classifieation. The j^ower that could thus be used upon.'4Jiej whole 
school would.be immense, m the stimulus given to efforts to g^a,hi^« 
er situation, and to mducemehts offered for good behavior. This is! seen 
to some extant even under our preseat arrangement, when a vifcancy. oc- 
curs in the higher grades, and especially. in a ppsition o^ responaibilitj 
and trust. In such cases we are always, pressed with applicants, and 
great efforts ar^ X9fde to meritrthe promotion. Confldenoq mii3^ be plaoed 
in these children, or the^r will not be reformed^ and/wiieipp^i^^isjudl(u« 
ously reposed, its power IS. beyond all estimation. ./. , ,.V 

GENERAL REVIEW AND ^BESULTS. v'!i ' . 

In reviewing the history of the school since its organization, a j^ei;k>d 
of five years and a quarter, we find much t^at is cheering and satisfactory. 
During the'firat year thereommHments were for a limited time, being from 
three^lAoptba to one year. Sixty-two were thus committed ; of this num- 
ber: 

Nineteen have been in the army. 

Fifteen reported of good behavior. , 

Twenty-one reported much improved. 

Ten have been recommitted. 

Two have died. 

Fifteen reported not improved, of which number eight were vicious girls 
over sixteen yoars of age, when committed. 

Of the one hundred and thirty-six, who have been discharged and es- 
caped since the law of commitment was changed, the following statistics 
have been obtained : 

Seventeen have been in the army. 

Sixty-eight are reported of good behavior. 

Thirty- two are reported much improved. 

Twelve are reported not improved. 4 

Two not heard from. ^ 

Two have died. 

Four were pardoned by the governor, two of whom have been reoom* 
mitted. 

Some of those reported ^'much improved," were discharged upon the 
importunate application of friends, but whose good behavior in the school 
gave promise of good conduct in the future. 

We admit that we have not accomplished all that we> have desired i we 
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would, i£ it were possible, reclaim every one committed to our care, and 
plant bis feet firmly in tbe pathway, of yirtae and honor. We ate not 
^A>pi^ointed that we bave fiiued in some instances, bnt we belieye, eren 
in snob oases, impre^^ons for good bave been made, wbieh will not easily 
Mefheed. A new era is at band in tbe work hf juvenile refohnation, a 
more correct public sentiment is being obtained and a more enl^htened 

SoSoy will be adopted. Important and essential changes will be intro» 
ic^d into our refbrmatory and a greater work will be accomplished. Not 
billy will a larser number of those youths be reclaimed but their adranee- 
xnent in libe'soboorwill be more rapid, and their attainments much higher. 
The wbA of reformation must and will be paramount to every other eon* 
sideration. 

In closing this, mv final report, allow me to express to yoi^ gentlemen, 
my sincere thanks n)r your kind co-operation and sympathy, not only 
during the past year, but .through the whole course of my labors in ihe 
schooL Compelled by ftiling nealth to leave the work, I would most 
earnestly recommend it to your fostering care, with the sincere hope that 
its future may be more successful and accomplish more good in the great 
work of juvenile reformation. 

Believing, as I firmly do, that the Stats Bsfobm Sohool is second to 
no other in importance and asefulness, I oannot but hope itnuyrecdv* 
more attention from the legislature and a more liberal support in the 
fbtttfe. 

BespectfUly submitted, 

MOSBB BABBITT, 



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TEACHER'S REPORT. 



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lb the Superintendent of the &ate Reform School : 

» 

Sib. — ^The following is the annual report of the school d.uring the jfw 
ending September 80th, 1866 : 



BBA3>ING. 



.4 



Nttmber reading in piiiiier,^ 4 m.^.. , ^ ' ^ 

]streader|..«.«.« «.'. ^ 1$. 

2d reader...... ^. '^ 

8d rtader...... ' '26 

National 4ih reader, ,, 12 

MeQoffjr's 6Ui reader,..^ ^. 1» 

Total, 112 



ARITHMETIC. 

Number who hare nerer studied, • •«•••••• 27 

stodying primary, ..^ ^. , JO^ 

studying in inteUectoal,.... • ^4 27 

adranoed in praoUoal to diTlsion,.. « 10 

ftdranoed in practical to ratio and proportion,... 4 

uis 

Deduct twioe numbered,... 14 



Total, 112 



GBOGRAPHT. 



••••4.I 



Number who hate never studied,... •Mtf*»fi om«*«^m*-m*4 

studying primar3r|.«...«*f •.•••.««• •••tfMf««f»»»«**««**«»*«**«t«b*«.«*»«»«i*M. ••«••• 29 

studjing mtroduotion to nianual,...«««oM«* mm***.**..*..^.**.^..*^^ 27 

studying manual, ........«.«>«...««»«*«*«.«t»»««»«*«»«4*. •.«*••«•••••«••«•**••••••.•.• Ig 

studying MoNaUj'f^^H « m.m.««««««*«m«...... *«••••».••..•..«• Igrr 

• Total|««MM«««««M«M«tifnt"*«»»»»**»"»«"*«^»"*"*«*«*M*"«« •*•••••*•**••••*•** rf *«4 ' 112 



WBITINa. 

Koa^er^who cannot write, •••• 8 

can write their name •.... 17 

. words, , 27 

tentencet generallj, SO 

VfBTJ W^L....«.t....«..i.i «...i. /....,.... 80 

ToUl, 112 



The foUowiog table shows the promotions during the year : 

TfotkoUd tt6m. alphabet to primer, 7 

primer to 1st reader, 14 

let to 2d reader, 24 

2d to-ed reader, 28 

8d to MoGuffej's 5th 18 

MeGnffaj's 6th to National 4th, 8 

Promoted to primary arithmetic,..* ^ 60 

Promoted from primary to intelleotual,.., .^ 20 

intelleotual to practioal, .«•-•«.•« ..-•.•• 10 

Promoted to primary geography, ,..w^.. ^,......^ 26 

Promoted from primary to intrpduotioi^ to mannal,.*. « • 26 

,r Introduction to manual to Qtanual) * 16 

Manual to McNally's,.,.*..^ o ».•...•..* 9 

Promoted to wriiihg, '.' 76 

» . . ■■■ ♦ 



Table showing the attainments of those discharged during the year : 

READING. 



• • • » 



Maber reading in primer,.;... .v.v.... ..•..".......■... .....;..,. 2 

>T^ • ■••' Iflt R«Atifnr. ' \''::..'''-:: ',.1.... A 



.>• 



IstEeader,.. ■..•.•........:.....: ^.,. 6 

2d Reader,; ...I........:..: .„... 18 

8d Reader, ;.;.V [ ,„..;... 28 

4th Reader, 14 

'^f McGuffey's 6th Reader, , ,... ^. 16 

Total, ^. 78 



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M.J. 



ARITHMETIC. 

.M'lA ■•. • • 

Nnmber who had never studied, 8 

'"". w«ra«todyiDg>priiDary)M«u>#«#4*uii4<<t.... '..:.'.... ...1... 60 

V^k .wera«tiidyiDg-iateUee(aa^i44i4iiiu44«<4<j«4m4« ,.1J..*.'..'I.; 20 

i'2 . ..had comiaeneed>praetieaV<'/..v<.u..i4..i • V...... ...;'.... 16 

81 .. had .advanoed-ie compound •pveperiien//.'.v.v.-..- ...;v;;.;. 6 

DMacttwkaiMu&bered....... «..«<».««#//..../^.v./..w.«w'.... ..4- •>. 21 

^ *- Tatalyv— •••••^••••^••••••.^.••«»«*««»««****««/«vwv««»«.**««...v.w4i*«vw*»'«v^/t»h««t#**M • 78 



389 

GEOQRAPHT. 

Number who had never studied, • « 8 

were studying primary, ; ^ 21 

introduction to manual, 20 

manual, 19 

Total,.. 78 

WRITING. 

Number who could write their name, 8 

words, , 10 

» . . sentences generally,......./. .\..^.i ' 80 

' •• Tery well, -.'. 85 



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Total, / ; .:..:.'. 78 



The preoeding tables show the present standing of the inmates of the 
sohool as well as the standing of UipBO vho have been discharged during 
the past^year. It will be obseryed on comparing this report with that 
of the prerions year^ that the standing of those connected with the school 
is not as high the present year. This Is omus to the fact that nearly all 
ili9 largest and most advanced scholars have Deendiaohaiged doxiDg the 
year. There has be^ however, on the part of those remaining, a marked 
improTement. There have beennospeeial ohasges in the general man- 
agemept of the school. Having but recently become connected with the 
school as Principal, I cannot judge as well of the comparative standing 
and progress made, but the classes and recitations will compare &vorably 
with other schoolb. We hope, as time advances, to gain wisdom and ez- 
perienoe and to make such ohuiges as the good of the school may rehire; 
yfe feel that we are engaged in a great work. , Our hope and pifttyer is 
tor tiie Messing of Qod upon our labors and upon all those engaged in % 
similar Urork. 

BespectfuUy submitted, 

CHAS. M. BIN&HiLM , JMfim>(rf. ^ 
HATTIE E. BABRETT, A$ii$tant. 



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REPORT FROM THE FAMILY SCHOOL. 

The bniling for this soliool wis opened for inmates, December 5t]iyl864« 
No. of scholars, 38, of which the standing was as follows : 

READma. 

He. Beading in Wilson's third reader, ^..••. •..•..,... ....^ 10 

second reader, «..*« 15 

first reader,.. •• 7 

primer,.. • .«.••.••.•••••••••..• 7 

ToUl :... W 



WBimro. 

KA^whobad neter written,....- -....^ .* .,....«^ ••.••.^•. 10 

oould write their names,^ « • • ••• 16 

ea^ wosds, • * 10 

•entenees generallj, — • 8 

letal,.* ., « ^.... 08 



ABITHMXTIC. 

HaiifteTeret«(d!ed»«... •~... • > b«..«...»....^...««.^..^/ 17 

oHUiyiAff nrnnar^.«»..«.«*««*a«*.« ••M««.«*«4«»*M*««**«.«av«v««m»»««*«««.««f ••.«k9f«flMf*M««**»» la 

, tnteIleotual,.M««.»«t«*««««»««..'..«....«..t.«.««««.»«.M«««««..4.«.M«««».*.^«*««k»»«MM 4 

praotioa],... , «..••••...••« ^ 

ToUl,.. ^ 10 

lMMiwlee\ntnalMred»^.«.M ^m- t 

Total, 88 



GEOGRAPHT. 

Had nerer studied, S8 

Otadfing prlmanr, • J..... 

maanel, • 

MeNaUj»s, 8 

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daring the year : 



number leading in Uurd reader,.*.. 

■eeead reader,, 
fiiet reader, .... 
primer, ••.. 



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»««>•• .««•• • • •• •«•• •••••#•• • » ■■»<»♦»»■ 



1V>taI,. 



ABTTHMKCia 



Stndjiiig primary,... 
Never etodied, 



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Total,. 



OEOOBAPflT. 



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Kerer eindied,. 
Bindjiag priiaary,. 



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PBOMOTIONB DUBING THE YJBAB. 



From primer to ^rtt reader,. 
drei 



1 
8 



8 



8 
5 



8 



8 



: :. 4 

readtr to lecend reader, ......m; .....«• • 8 

•ecead reader to third reader, —•• .«•...«..« ....>«•»•«* > ^ 1 

Txomoled te'primerj arithmetic, m •• ••••••.♦••••.•••M.MM*Mt»»...«Mr«.v.»v*9*f • 4 

fleographj, ..••,••• €«t**..*«««.«*«M.f»t*« ..•••••••p,..* ' 8 

Proiaoted to Intermediate seagreghy, • .'..M/«-n . ^ 

Vrem intermediate to manital, ,.,.; J 8 



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BEADQia. 



Hod^ov reading in third reader,.... 

second reader,, 
first reader....... 

primer, 



11 

18 

6 

6 



foK< 



392 



ABVTHimiC. 



Never tiadied, 

BtadTing primarj^ 
IbtellectuAV. 






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ToUl,. 



WRITINQ. 



Hate never writteiii 

vAQ write toeir BAsiee) ••••••••••••••«•••••••••••••*•••••• •••••••« 

. eM7 w<>rdi, 

words and sentences, • 



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Total,. 



8 



88 



• GEOGRAPHY. 

Never studied, : 27 

Studying primary, 4 

..awnttal, ^.; - 7 

....... I ■*■«>■ ■* 

— - -Total, 88 



5 
IS 
10 
10 



88 



Glasses in spelling have been condaoted the same as before, by writing 
and spelling from the blackboard. The boys are very prompt and neat 
in thm writing, and take muok pride in the ezeroise. A class of nine 
boys, in Gt>odriehV pictorial history of the United States, iTiks formed 
daring the winter, and has proved the most interesting reoitation in the 
school.. Some of the classes are remarkably qaiok in giving correct state- 
ments and dates of important events. Singing has, as nsnal, formed a 
prominent feature in the school. Fifteen minates has been devoted to 
the exercise in calesthenics at the close of each morning session. 

Bespectfully submitted, 

HELEN H. BARRETT, 

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r The ma^&gers of the State Beform Setieol. do ordajn a^d edtablish tbie 
foIIowdBg prdiBance and hy-Iaws for their own goyerianeixt, thegorern- 
ment of ^e institution and its officers, an«(! the ^acipline ef tlie inmates 
thereof: 



MEBTINO OP THll BOARD. 



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-SsanoM' 1. 'The bourd of managers,' t^riae of wh^tt' shull be neceaeafy 
to ibrra** quorum for the traniaetiion'of bntineHei, nUfAl m^et'ktfhe office 
of the Siiperintend<9nt on the fitst Wednesday in Januai^y, April, cTulj and 
October annually — the second of whieh meetUig shall be (srtjled the an- 
nnal meeting. Extra meetings may be held either by adjournment or by 
request^ of a majority of the managers in writfng; ancfin all' oases ef 
extra meetings^ the managers shall be< notified* by the secretary of the 
time and place of such meeting) by personil* Information, or by depo8i<^- 
Ing in, the B»ail,.to the address of each Manager, at lesfst one week before 
said meeting, a notice of the time thereof, and fbr what purpose called.* 

S90. 2. At all meetings of the board, the following shall be obseryed 
as the regtilar order of business : Ist, Reading .and apprbving mintites 
of previous meeting. 2d, Petitions and communications presented and 
considered. 8d. Reports of officers of the institutiom 4th. Reports of 
officers and committees of this boavd. 5th, Unfiiillhed business, or busi- 
ness lying on the table. 6th. Miscellaneous business cobneofed with the 
inBtitutio& and all matters pertaining diereto, not included in the abo^e 
mcificatieBB. 7tli. Before tbi^ adjournment of each meeting nne die is 
dfeclared^ the meeting shall cause the minutes thereof to be read and 
approyed. 

Sbo. 3. The common parli«mentary rufes that g<}Veni all delitieratiye 
bodies shall be used to gorern the meetings ; and on all^uestiens before 
Ae board, the ayes an'd noes shall be recorded ^ at -Khe request of any 
m%mber. • . i \ - 

OPMCERS OP THE BOABD AND THEIB DUTIES. 

Bbo, 4. The officers of the board of managers shallbe a president, ttce- 
ptesident, treasurer and secretary, who shall be chosen hy baHot at the 
avBual meetlQg-->eaefa of whom shall hoM his offiee for one year, op until 
his suoi^ssor shall hare been chosen and prepared to enter upofi thedtt-' 
Mes of V^e same. Vacancies in any of the oflfoM'mayte filled at toy 
ttMting ef the board. > . 

Sso. 5; T^e president shall preside at -all meetitfgtf 6t 4he i)4Mffd, M 
shall sign all orders on the treasurer for the disbursement of 'money, iOid 



perform suoh other duties as the board may direct The vioe-preaident 
shall discharge all the daties of president, when the latter is absent. 

Sio. 6. The treasurer shall execute to the state a bond, with at least 
two freehold sureties to be approved by the president, in the penal sum 
of ten thousand dollars, conditioned for the faithftd performance of his 
duties and disbursements of all moneys ithioh may come into fab hands 
by virtue of said office, according to law and thehy-laws of the institution ; 
and whenever the said bond shall have been executed and approved, as 
herein set forth, the president shall notify the secretary of such approval, 
who shall record the same on the minutes of the board ; and the said bond 
shall dien be deposited in the office of the secretary of state. The treas- 
urer shall receive no compensation for his services. 

8bo. 7. Whenever there shall be money appropriated for the state 
reform school, the treasurer may draw the same in sums not to exceed 
the penalty in his bond, and at feast one»half the amount thus drawn ahaU 
have been disbursed befoie any further sum shall be drawn from the state 
treasury, and at no time shall the amount in the hands of the treasuret 
exceed the amount of the penalty in said bond. 

8x0. 8. A certificate from the secretary showing the unonnli of money 
ia the hands of the treasurer at date of last report, and the amount paid 
since last report, as per voucher returned to Uie seoretary, sbkU be evi* 
dmoe to the state treasurtf of the disbursements thereof. 

Sxa 9. The treasiuer, upon the reception of any money belonging to 
the reform school, shall immediately notify the secretary, giviof the 
date of reception, amount from whom received, and ue secrotary 
shall charge the same to the treasurer, in a book to be kept £)r that 
purpose. 

Sxo. 10.* The treasurer shall keep a record of all disbursMneuts of 
money made by him, which he shall pay only on such bills aa shall have 
been endorsed by the superintendent, or verified by affidavit, and attested 
by the secretary, aa aUowed by the board of mani^^ers ; and all sueh bills 
properly reoeipted, shall be his proper vouchers for the payment of the 
same. H!e shall make out, at the October meeting, a detailed statemeiAof 
all his receipts and disbursements during the previous year, which slate- 
mant shall be published with the annual report, 

8x0. 11. The secretary shall keep a record of the proceedinga of the 
board, and shall perform auch other services for the institution as fiie boavft 
of managers shall direct. He shall file and preserve all papers presented 
to and relating to anv business of the board, and no paper shall be per- 
mitted to be taken from the files except by a vote of tiie board) to be 
entered upon the minutes. 

Sso. 12. The members shall at all times have aooess tt the minoies 
o£ the board, aad the papers on file with the seoretaxy ; and.i& ficem anj 
ewmf the secretary shMl be absent from the s^etingi the pfeeideuimay 
appoint a seoretacy pro iMii» ' ^ 

$Ba 13. The sevoretary shall keep a record in fipfss, of the Sooneta 
allowed at each meeting of the boara, and shall caiMie a liat. of eooellllti^ 
Wi/kb d^JKBewal aqftouts, and ^to whom alkmed^ to be apy^nded .t»lhe 
an^aL report. < 



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OFPiOBBS OF THE INSTITUTION AND THEIB DUTIES. 

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Soa 14. The offioera of the Beferm Sobool, bMI be % eapcartatdBdMl^ 

an aSBistant Buperintendent and matron, who ahall hokL tboisaffioeedniing 

the pleaature of the board. 

6ia 15. All ofieera of the institation shall be chosen by ballet'oC 
ib# maxu^era, aa fellows : The managers shall openly nominate SncAper* 
soil or persons as they may thini: fit for the offioe whioh is aboat to be 
filled. Opportunity shall then be given to the members in a free confer* 
saiion, to express their opinions as to the aaalifioatiens of snch persons. 
An informal ballot shall then be taken, and the reanlt deelared, and the 
board may then proceed to make an election ; proTided that thiree TOtes 
wiU be required to elect or remore the superintendent 

Sic. 16. The superintendent shall have power to appoint such peisons 
as may be necessary for the wants of the instilntion, subjeet to tile ap- 
proval of the board, and shall be the chief executive officer, and respon- 
sible head of the institution, subject to the direction of the managers and 
executive committee: He shall prepare a code of rules and regulations 
for die government of persons employed in the institution, and the in- 
mates thereof, and shall see that all officers and employees are energetic 
and faithful in all respects, in the performance of tiieir duties. 

Sxo« 17. The sperintendent shall present to the board at the quar- 
terly meeting in October, a detailed report of the situation of the insti- 
tution, with a list of the persons received therein during the preceding 
Car, and their disposition, and make such suggestions as he may deem 
nefioial thereto ; he shall also cause to be kept in books to be provided 
for that purpose, a correct account of all the expenditures of the institu- 
tion, and for what purpose, and also any amounts received from the shoe 
^ and" tailor shops, farm products, or any other source, under appropriate 
heads, and present a balance sheet of the same with his annual report; 

Sxo. 18. All accounts for the supplies for the institution, for contracts 
of the superintendent, and for salaries of officers and employees of the 
Beform School, must be endorsed as correct by the superintendent, befi)re 
the same will be audited and allowed by the board of manacers. 

Bxo. 19. The salary of the superintendent shall be at the rate of one 
thousand dollars per year ; of the assistant superintendent not to exceed 
seven hundred JhHiars per year ; and of the matron, two hundred dollars 
per year, to be paid quarterly ; and they shall reside in the instituaion 
and devote all their time and labor to the service thereof. 

8so. 20. The furniture necessary for the superintendent and family 
shall be furnished by himself, and the officers and employees of the in- 
stitution shall board "therein at the expense of the state ; but no officer or 
employee, except the superintendent, shall have a family in the institu- 
tion 

8x0. 21. The superintendent shall enter in a book, to be provided for 
that purpose, the name, age, sex, birth place, firom whence and by whom 
eommitted, the time.of reception, and obtain, as nearly as possible, a brief 
eorreet historr and description of the person of eaoh individual oom- 
ttitted to the instituUon, the delinquency for whioh committed, and when 



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di0olifcrged;.aad if approkiticed|< libe imtiie «,tid place of r^d^odejof the 
person to whom apprenticed ; and in case of death, the time and oanse 
thereof; end sweh reootd shall be -at all times open to the inspection of 
eeoh member of the' board. 

Sso. 22. The average length of time inmates shail remlln in the 
sohoel, subject to^its discfipline andlnstrnetion, shall be iiooytan. No 
iiiiaate shall be disohargeA by the superintendent before &et period, 
without the advice and consent of at least two members of the board' of 
managers. • -'-i ; 

8X0. 28. The svpbribtendent shall not sign any petition or eertifioate 
of 'good behavior, fcAr the pardon df any inmate, without the adviee and 
consent ef the board; • ; 

Sxo. 24. Amendiaents may be made to the bylaws at any ^arterly 
meetiag : provided^ Mhever, that no suoh amendment shall be made 'un* 
less there 'ShaU be three TOtes in Ihe affirmative. 



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RULES AND KEGULATIONS» 



Prepartd hy the Superintendent and adopted hy the Board of Manaaers 
for the Government of the Officers and Inmates of the State Refirm 
School. 






Ist.' Svery inmAte of tbe school, if heu receiTed, shall be placed in a 
proper .cla89, and some suitable emptoyment assigned .to. bun b.y. the 
superintendent J and no'cbange of classiQcation or of labor, ^hall be made, 
oxcept by bis order, . . '^ 

2d.,^ Every inmate shall engage in some manual labor during such hours 
as shall bo designated in the daily programme, and shall attend to the in- 
struction given during the liours of school, as well as upqu such religious 
exercises as shall be estt^blished. Nothing of ^sectarian characteir shall 
be allowed in such exercises^ . q^qr shall the reli^ous opinions of the ui;, 
mates be interfered with, . : , 

3d« All profane and indeqent Janguage id stricbly forbidden, and no in- 
mate shall be permitted to assault or quarrel with a fellow inmate, or. to 
apply offensive epithets, or to have angry disputes with another, nor shall 
any one be aljowed to make any noise, or disturbanp^ in the dprmitories 
after retiring. "' . ^ " ; . '^ ^ \ 

4th. All persons employed in the institution shall attej;[d tho religious 
exercises on thd Si^bbath, anil the daily devotional pcroise^i^ unless ^^x-' 
cused by the si^peri^tendent. ' •• • ' " .' " , 

5th. Every employee shall endeavor to enforce the rules and regula- 
tions of the institution, but po subordinate officer or employee shi^ll be 
allowed to inflict any corporeal punishment upon any inmate>.^or^ use 
any force, except such as may be. necessa^ry for prppex restraint! Every 
c^e of vioiatiop of rules or aelinquency shall be, rejported.tp-the sujpej;-, 
ihiendent; . r. ' . . • \.\s 

6th. No person, whether inmate or employee, shall be allowed to leave 
the grounds or [absent himself from duty without the permission of the 
superintendent ^ m '":'... i 

7th. No intoxicating drinks shall be allowed about the institution, and 
no 6tti]^loy«tt or Iwiale "shall be' it tl^wetl t6' %iM 'any tobacco, or to hAve 
any about hk pertM. :^ ' • ' 

Sih.iNo gatabliug orgiittveB^if chancesbairber permitted, and M pliys 
or tanea^ ^f aMViewent shall b^ prohibited on* the dabbAltlr. 
I Itl). - Ev^ry pir^fN^n shall^airiMi atithe call of th« bisU, and enter pffompUy- 
upon the <duti6«a0afgii#d'1ohfan. ' ' 

I l-OA;' Visits from citiMni will be reeeiTed bf aiay hour during the dny,' 
but Ui« aftarnoon of eaoh^ week day will' be mora agreeable to^the ofleoni.' 
Parents and friends of the {nuiated ere 'desirad 116 snake their visit* 'on- 



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Satordays. No private conversation will be allowed between visitors and 
inmates. 

lltb. Ko visits will be received on the Sabbath except from those who 
assist in the religions exercises. Any person who may desire to give 
moral and religions instruction to the inmates will be permitted to do so 
at the stated exercises ; provided^ the rules f<iir re%ioui iostrnction be 
strictly adhered to. 



CLASSIFICATION AND DISCIPLINE. 

The school is divided into five grades or classes, founded entirely upon 
behavior. A distinction is made in each grade at the table, and in the 
privileges of the school. Every month the grades are revised and promos 
tions are made according to the record of deportment Boys, after re- 
maining in the first erade for several months,with correct deportment, are 
Iromoted to the grade of honor ; which entities them to a dij^oma, signed 
y the secretary and superintendent They are allowed to go any where 
upon the grounds, have a separate table, and are often placed in situations 
of trust and responsibility, ' 

For the better observande of the Sabbath, a special monitor is appoin* 
ted by the school; (usually one of the officers is cnosen) who is instructed 
to mark every boy for any play, noise or disturbance, during the day. On 
Monday mornine his report is read, and all whose names are reported are 
reauired to go without play one day for each ofiense. 

Each officer and emplovee ip required to exercise a vigilant supervision 
over those placed under nis charge, and all minor offienses whicn cannot 
be controlled by judicious management and kind reproof, must be reported 
to the superintendent. 

Boys are required to make their own reports for the following offenses : 
1, WiU/vi DiMohtdience — 2; Quarrdling-^Z^ Lying-^^ AttempU to euape 
—6, ffofaniUf — and 6, Ohicenity, Reports from officers or from boys, are 
heard before, the school, on the eveningjs of Monday, Tuesday and Friday 
immeAatelv after the devotional exercises. 

Beports improper to be heard before the school, are attended to by ihe 
superintendent, in his office, on the same evenings after the exercises in 
the school room are closed. 

PUNISHMENTS. 

For minor offoMH. — ^Deprivation of play and other privilegee ; aitling 
in the hall ; removal from the table at meals ; loss of grade, £b. 

J%r moete offamei, — ^Bemoved to the fifth grade — ^witb bread and water 
for meals, and sometimes the standing position ; oonfiAeneat in the loon^ 
and corporeal punishment This last is resorted to only when 9il etiier 
means have failed to correct the offender. A oarefal examiaafiom of every 
case is bad before the school, and not only the natere of the oflbnsdy but 
the shades of guilt are oarefolly determined. The effect of tbsse exami- 
natidui is most salutary upon the whole school. 



TIME TABLE. 

]U8« at , 6. 80 a. m. 

Breakfast, 6.80...do 

Devotional ezerciies, 6.60«..do 

Bohool, ,., ,..*. ^..^ 7.00...do 

Labor, <.»•.».;•••••.•• «...«.v<«'—*.*4« -/•« 9.00...do 

Dinner, 12.80 p.m. 

Becreationy* • •.... 

Bohool,; '. ^ 1.80...do 

Labb!r/..ii.- i.. ; 8.80...do 

Bii|lHr}lv..'* ««••.• ..•• • «... < •• 6. 80*««do 

Devouo^tleiieBvieee,. -... ...• • 7.00..»do 

Beoreation, • 

Betire from , 8to 9...do 

All officers and employees to retire before.. • ••«. 10. 00...do 

Ihe,>fll<rlnflp ai' IS m. and 6 p. m., to olose work and prepare fbr meals. From 
Oot.4M to April let) we rise at 6 a.m. and olose work at 6.80 pjn. 



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ADMISSION OF INMATES. 



L&tterB are fVeqtientlj addressed to ns asking for informi^tion of the meth- 
od of secariDg tLe admission of cHil Iren to the school. We liaye tberelbre 
arranged the different acts of the legislature relating to it, .In oneehiipter,' 
with reference to therolame of -session laws in whioh eaoh ametiSiMtit is 
published. • • 

• CHAPTER 457— SESSION LAWS, 1865. 

Aa Act to amend etaa3fte»286 of general laws of 1861, entitled <<an act for tike gov- 
ernmexit and maqagement of the State Reform School, and to repeal chapter 
189 of the reyised statutesj entitled 'of the House of Refuge.' '' 

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented in senatejznd assemhl^^ do^ 
enact as follows : 

SErTtON 1. Section one of chapter 236 of the general laws of 1861, is 
hereby amended by striking out the word ''fourteen/' where it occurs in 
said section, and inserting the word ''ten" in lieu thereof, so that said 
section will read as amended : ''The state reform school at Waukesha in 
the county of Waukesha, shall be the place of confinement and instruc- 
tion of all male children under the age of fifteen years, and all female 
children under the age of ten years, who shall be legally committed to 
the state reform school as vagrants, or on oonviotion for any criminal 
offense, by any court having competent authority to make such commit- 
ment.'* 

Sbotioit 2. The board of managers are hereby directed, as soon as 
practicable, having a proper regard for their safety, to discharge from the 
state reform school all females who w^re received after they had attained 
the age of ten years, and hereafter no female shall be received into said 
school above the age of ten years ; provided, that this act does not require 
said board to discharge any female above the age of ten years, who was 
received before she had attained the age of ten years. 

Sso. 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its 
passage and publication. 

Approved April 10, 1865. 

CHAPTER 236, SESSION LAWS, 1861. 

An Act for the government and management of the State Reform School, and to re- 
peal chapter 180 of the reTised statutes, entitled '*of the House of Reftige." 

Seotion 1. (As amended, session latos 1862, chapter 345, section 1.) — 
The state reform school at Waukesha, in the county of Waukeaha, shall 



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be the pUoe of ooofineinent and instruotion of M male ohildrea between 
ihe agea of eigbi and fifteen years, and of all female children between the 
ages of seven and fonrteen years, who shall be legally committed to the 
state reform school, as yagrants, or on conviction for any criminal offense, 
by any conrt having competent authority to make said oommitment. 

Sec. 2. (A» amendecL iemon laws 1863, chapter 187.) — From and 
after the first day of May, A, I). 1863, the superintendent of the state 
reform school, shall charge to eaeh of the several oounties in this state, in 
a book provided by himfor that purpose, the sum 9f one dollar per week, 
for the care and maintenance of each person remaining in said state reform 
school, who was committed thereto as a vagrant, or by reason of inoorri- 
^ble or vicious condnet, or who inay thereafter be received into. said 
state reform school, conunitted for vagraney or ineprrigible or vicious 
conduct, from each of such counties respectivelpr ; provided^ that the costs 
of the original commitment of M persons to sa^d state reform sehool, shall 
be chargeable to the county from which the person committed to said 
school is sent ; and provided^ further^ that it shall bo the duty of the 
superintendent of said state reform school to procure the arrest and return 
ef any person escaping therefrom ; and it snail also be the duty of any 
justice of the peace, marshal or constable, upon iuformatiun of such 
escape, to arrest and return any such furtive, aS above mentioned. 

Sec. 3. (^Ai anundedj senion lawft 1862, chapter 346, secUon 2.) — ^The 
superintendent of the state reform school ^all keep an accurate aocoant 
of^the amount due from each county for the support of persons therefirom, 
and shall annually, on or before the tenth day of October in each year, 
report to the secretary of state, the amount which may then be dne.firom 
each county for the year ending on the first day of October preceding, 
which report shall state the name of each person for whom such account 
is rendered, the number of weeks which such person has been in said 
school during said year, and the amount charged for each of said persons 
, respectively ; and such oath shall be verified by the oath of said superin- 
tendent as to its correctness. 

Sec. 4. (^Bq>ealed.) 

Sec. 5. (A$ amendedj aetnon laws 1862, chapter 345, section 3.) — ^The 
secretary of state shall add the amouat due from a^y county in this state 
for the support of such persons to the state tax apportioned to said coun- 
ty, and such Amount shall be collected and paid into the state treasury for 
the use of the state reform school. 

Sec. 6. (^As amended^ session laws 1^62, chapter 345, section 4«) — ^The 
board of managers shall consist of five members, who shaU be appojinted 
by the governor and hold their offices for three years ; said :hoard to be 
divided into three classes, and so divided that the term of one class shall 
ezfure each year, on the first Tuesday of March, and shall receive for 
^ear compensation two dollars and fiftv c^nts per day for every, day aptu- 
ally employed, and ten cents per mile for every mile actually tri^veled, and 
shall veiify their acpoi^nt by their path or afSiri^ation. 

Sec. 7. Such mansgers shall have the power to make ru}es, regulations, 
ordinances and by-^laws for the gove^rnmeut, disoipline and management 
of the atate reforu). school, and the iun^ates thereof, as to thein may seem 
26d«o 



402 

JHBt and proper; provided^ t|iat snph ntl^s and by-laws shall be in aecor- 
dance ynih the constitntion of tl^is State and the eonstitntion of the United 
States ; and they shall hare powet to plaOe the tjhildren commitifced to 
fheir care, daring the minority of said children, at anch employments, 
and cause them to be insttncted in such branches of nseittl knowledge, as 
shall be suited to their years and capacities; and they shall hare power 
in their dii^crotion to bind out the said children, with their consent or the 
consent of their parents or guardians, if they hfLVe. any, as apprentices or 
servants' during theit minority, to cti^h periions and at such places, to 
learn siich proper trades and employments, as in their judgments will be 
most for. t^eir reform/ition and amendment, and the future oenefit of such 
children ; providedy that the charges and j^irtif said managers upon 
and over the said children shall not extend, in the case of females, beyond 
the age of eighteen years; and providedfj ahOy that the religious opinions 
of'the Inmates shall not be interfered wim. 

Sec. 8. The said managers shall appoint a superintendent of said state 
reform school and such officers as they may <?.eem necessary for the inter- 
est of the institution, with a view to the accoinplishment of th^ object of 
its establishment and economy of its management; and the said managers 
shall make out a detailed report to the governor of the performace of their 
duty, on or before the tenth day of October in each year, which report 
shall contain a statement of the number of persons in the school at the 
commencement of the year, the member received during the year, and in 
the institution at the commencement of the year, together with all such 
facts and statemehts as they may deem necessary to communicate ; which 
report shall be laid before the legislature by the governor. 

Sec. 9. Ail and singular the provisions contained in the chapter of 
the revised statutes, entitled **of masters and apprentices," shall apply to 
the apprentice^! and servants, and the persons to whom they shall be 
bpund und^r atid by virtue of this act; and every minor so bound and 
the officers binding him and his master, shall be subject to all the pro- 
visions of said chapter. 

Sec. 10. The courts and several magistrates . in any county in the 
state may, in their discretion, sentence to the state reform school any such 
male or female who may be convicted before them as a vagrant, or of any 
petit larceny Or misdemeanor ; and the several courts may; in their dis- 
cretion, send to said state reform school any such male o^ female who 
may be convicted before them of any offense which, under the existing 
'laws, would be punishable by imprisonment in the state prison'; provided, 
fm «ll dase*, the term of commitment shall niot be letfs, in case of males, 
tha?n io the ige of twenty-one years, and in the case of females, thanr to 
the age of eighteen years. 

Sec. 11. The managers of the state reform school shall h.ve power, 
in their discretion, to restore any person duly committed to said school, 
to the care of his or her parents or guardian before the expiration of 
their minority, if in their judgment it would be most fot the future ben- 
efit and advantage of such person. 

Bee. 12. The courts and several ma^trates in tfny county in' the 
State shall also have power to commit to the state reform school any male 



403 

or ftmale obild, under the ages speel&ed in aeotion one of this aoi| upail 
complaint and dne proof maide to »mid court or magistratei b j the ^ent 
or guardian of ro k cbild, thait by reason of kacocrigible or yioiotts oipniic 
daot) BQch child is beyond the control and pawer of mieh parent or guM^ 
difloi, and that a dne regard fox ihe moraia and fvtore welfare of aogii 
child maniieBtly require that he or ahe should b« committed to the gu:ito 
dianahip of the managers of said state reform Fohool. . 

Sec. IS. The governor shall visit the. state reform school once ai leant 
in each year, and make such suggestions in regard to the management, 
government and discipline of the institution ::s he may deem for the in^^ 
terest of the same. 

Sec. 14. Chapter 189 of the revised statutes, entitled " of the house 
of refuge/' and all other acts or parts of acts i ^ consistent ^ith the pro- 
visions of thi-*- act, are hereby repealed. 

Sec. 15. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its 
passage. 

Approved April 13, 1861. 



It will be seen by an examination of the act, that every inmate must 
be committed by a court or magistrate. Frequent application is made for 
the admission of chOdren, by their friends, on the ground of incorrigi- 
bility, with the hope that the restraining influences of the school may 
save them from actual crime. The twelfth section of this act was 
framed with express reference to such cases, and it is believed to be 
the most important one in the whole chapter. Such cases, when com»i 
mitted, should at once be taken to the school without being impris* 
oned, as is sometimes done, in tha county jail for several days, with 
matured and hardened criminals. In some cases more vicious examples 
are there seen, and more Corrupt influences experienced than during the 
whole previous life. 

Objection has been made to the term of commitment, which in every 
instance must be during the minority of the inmate. This is regard- 
ed by many as the period of actual confinement in the school, while it 
is designed only to give the board of managers such control over the 
inmate as to secure his complete and thorough reformation. Provis- 
ion is made for the discharge of every one when, in the opinion of the 
board, it would be safe and proper to do so. 

There is another reason why the term of commitment should be as 
it is. There are many children who have no parents or guardians, and 
who, if discharged on the expiration of a sentence of one or two years/ 
would have no one to provide for them, and if good homes should not be 
secured at the time of their discharge, which cannot always be done, 



404 



iliey would be thrown upon sooiety, homeless and friendless, and be 
eoBtpelled frequently to resume those vietons habits £rom which they 
may hare been only partifilly reformed. It is impossible to determine 
Uie length of time necessary to reform any one case at the time of 
oommitment. It must be left discretionary with those in the immediate 
charge of the school. Sxperience has shown that in a majority of oaaes, 
the average time is about, two years, while some require a much longer 
period before they are fitted for places of imki and responsibility. 



406 



LIST OF ORDERS ISSUED SINCE THE DATE OP LAST REPORT. 



Bate. 




li«6. 




JftH. 


6 


1046 


•«• 


6 


1047 


. ■•■ 


6 


1048 


• •• 


6 


1049 


• ^ 


6 


106Q 


• *• 


6 


1061 


• •• 


6 


1052 




6 


1063 


•!• 


6 


1064 


• •« 


6 


1056 


a*. 


6 


1056 


•••1 


6 


1067 


«*• 


6 


1068 


• a. 


' 6 


1C69 


*•• 


6 


1060 


• •• 


6 


1061 


■ •• 


6 


1062 


• «• 


6 


1063 


.» 


6 


1064 


• •• 


6 


1.Q66 


■ •• 


6 


1066 


• .• 


6 


1067 


• •■ 


6' 


1068 


• •« 


6 


J069 


•V 


6 


1070 


• «« 


6 


1071 


• .» 


6 


1072 


••r 


6 


1073 


••» 


6 


1074 


••# 


6 


1076 




6 


107.6 


• •» 


6 


1077 


••• 


6 


1078 


••» 


6 


1079 ' 


••. 


6 


1080 


••• 


6 


1081 


••• 


6 


1082 


• •» 


6 


1083 


• 
••• 


6 


1084 


*.* 


6 


1086 


April 


12 


1086 


— 


12 


1087 


••• 


72 


1088 


«•• 


12 


1089 


■•« 


12 


1090 


•"• 


12 


1091 


•.• 


12 


1092 


••* 


12 


1098 


••• 


12 


1094 


•«• 


12 


1096 


••• 


12 


1096 



J. Bonnell, drjgood9, «• ...- 

Wm. M.SiQclftir, groceriefi,.^ *«..« ^ 

G. Pfister & Ca>i leather aait fiadings, 

B. F.. £lmore, coal,., « « .u»^ 

S. Cr ^est & Co., books and Btationer/s ».. 

Torry &.CIeaTer, do 

BowQian & HenBl, flour, » ...;...... 

Chas.. Stein & Bro., dry goods, ; 

Jane Angraves. moat and bntier,.....: •...., 

Nauscawere & White, medioinesi.,*,....-, ^ 

B, I4. Q.ore, mittens, etc,, ..^ .', 

Cbas. Cork, crockery, elo. » ••..- 

Tyler & Bros., turkeys,. .•# •«•• • .1.,/. 

S. £. Allen, leather and findings)...... ,....m 

J. A. Dunbar, grooerieS|.. ;•.,.« • 

E. H. Clark, dry gooc|8,i,.... — ^ 

Julius ]^eese,.bardwar^....M..f 

N. Burroughs, }iardware, •.... 

John Ffeffer, shoemaker, .•••..^ —.m • 

Fanny A. Barrett, matron, ..;.*..v.m 

E. 0. Shaw, farmer, 

£. G. Ames, oTerseer of small boys, 

Moses Barrett, snperintendenti *. .^.. 

Bobert K^nxie, taUor, , 

Mary H. White, cook,^*««.* %* 

Ellen Godfrey, laaqdress, , 

Mary Marte)J, eeok, ^ 

Cbas. Gardner, ass't superiatendenti.* ^..^ 

Helen A. Barret^ teaoher, ....^ •««..• 

HattlflK Barrett,...., .do... > 1^ •^*— 

Xottie Maxsb, Beamstroas,« ~....> 

B. 17. Kimball, flour and meal, ^^ 

0. M. Tyler, making aflidayits,.. • 

TomlinsoA & Bro,, school books,., , 4., 

Penn« OUCo», keroseAe.oi],.* of*%...... ^ .;...•,.,., 

H. K. Wbite, fanner, 

H.. H. Ha vkiAs, runaways, 

P. Lynobt do..... 

N. 8. Kendrick, syrup...... 

Mary . Jeutsh, eoojb:, 






I .... . k....t 



••• 



Mil. & P. da C. B. B., freight,^.... «,.m,..., 

Jamea Bonnel], dry good0>*««> •• ^^•^^^ 

Wm. N. Sinclair, groceries.. »..«. 

E C. West & Co., books and liaUonsvj,..* 

B. P. mmorey.coal,.. ».m« >••• ••« 

, JBaynallff^ Co.> lttmber,..«»«M«*%*^.«n«»«*t«.»*«M*-»M****««'*" 

Wm« Blair, blacksmitb,. «>••«•%•••«»••> •••••••» .t^M. »«•••• 

Jobn Nasro & Go*, iiwii 9i0*^««*Mi«4«*«««**«»M*«^*f***».*«*> 

Peiui4 Oil Co.f •&)««••. .««»».4o«4f>.«**M<«*»«/f««*Mk«.>«* 

A. W. Wright, floor, «,^.. ...rt...i t- 

A. W. Wrigbt,»«»do».«.f.»t».» •«...»••• ••••♦••^•M»«v»«« ••••••♦•• 



$1, 727 41 

671 99 

62 U 

368 48 

190 00 

69 86 

86 00 

6 28 

160 18 

21 28 

12 44 

86 82 

6 76 
98 02 
67 08 
21 89 

7 8i 
46 97 
97 00 

60 00 
48 00 
88 38 

162 66 

81 20 

82 60 
82 60 
81 76 

1, 787 06 
62 00 
62 00 
12 60 

61 68 
206 

eoo 

86 99 

26 00 

7 88 

10 00 
4100 
16 60 
24 84 

960 74 

486 80 

90 86 

166 66 

11 96 
16 71 
26 68 
41 79 

187 88 
40 00 



406 



Liit of Orders luued — coniinaed. 



Date. 


No. 


1806. 




April 


12 


1097 


••• 


12 


1098 


••• 


12 


1009 


■■•• 


12 


1100 


••• 


12 


1101 


«•• 


12 


1102 


■•• 


12 


1108 


«•• 


12 


1104 


«•• 


12 


1105 


••• 


12 


1106 


•«• 


12 


1107 


••• 


12 


1108 


•*■ 


12 


1109 


■•• 


12 


1110 


••• 


12 


1111 


-••• 


12 


1112 


••• 


12 


1118 


••• 


12 


1114 


-••• 


12 


1116 


••• - 


12 


1116 


> •■■ 


12 


1117 


•••• 


12 


1118 


•••• 


12 


1119 


-••• 


12 


1120 


•••• 


12 


1121 


•••• 


12 


1122 


-••• 


12 


112? 


•••• 


12 


1124 


••• 


12 


1126 


••■• 


12 


1126 


1 
•••• 


12 


1127 


••• 


12 


1128 


'••■ 


12 


1129 


••• 


12 


1180 


- ••• 


12 


1181 


•••• 


12 


1182 


•••• 


12 


1188 


■•• 


12 


1184 


•••• 


12 


1186 


•••• 


12 


1186 


••• 


12 


118T 


•••• 


12 


1188 


•••• 


12 


1189 


•«• 


12 


1140 


•••• 


12 


1141 


•• • 


12 


1142 


«•• 


12 


1148 


••• 


12 


1144 


••• 


12 


1146 


••• 


12 


1146 


••• 


12 


1147 


••« 


12 


1148 


•- 


12 


1149 



To whom, and for what iBsned. 



0. Tichenor, wood and butter,.. 

Matt. Wright, wood and flonr, 

Matt. Wright, flour, 

M. Thompeon, drayage, 

Alex. W. Wherter, flonr, 

F. D. Cook, seed eors, 

Ellen McOodfrey, lanndrees, 

Tho8. Spenoer, intfarance, 

F. R. Sherwin & Co., dry goode, 

F.- MoNanghton, catching runaway,.. 

John Fallen, blaoksmithing, .'. 

John Yreeland, labor, 

K. Mataon, clockB,.» 

M. B. Gram, batter, 

Geo. W. Thnrston, liyery,.. 

Anne E. Walter, teacher, 

M. H. Sargent, school papers, 

M. Sillers, beeA • 

Alex. M. Wherter, wood,.^ 

8. F. Ricks, lightning rods, 

R. N. Kimball, flour and meal, 

S. S. Sawyer, beef, 

(^as. Gardner, ass't superintendent, 

F. MeNaughton, wood, ».. ....:... 

v. Vincent, butter,.. 

Mil. & P. du 0. R. R., freight, 

Bowman & Hewitt, flour, 

0. Tichenor, flour, hay an4 bntter, 

Nauscawe«*e & White, medicines and groceries, 

Tfler&Bro., groceries, 

8. B. Allen, leather and findings, ». 

Mary Martell, oook,» w....... 

Moses Barrett, sundry bills paid,..^..... 

Robert Kensie, tailor, • « ..« 

E. B. Shaw, 'farmer, , •••..;. 

John Pfifer, oTemeer shop, « .v«,j 

HattieE. Barrett, teacher,... i .».. 

E. G. Ames, overseer, .«...\ 

Mary H. White, cook,.. ^ % 

Lottie Marsh, seamstress, *•> 

Anna McNaughton, laundress, ^ ...... . 

Helen A. Barrett, teacher, .........b*... 

Fanny A. Barrett, matron,.. <...« •*•• 

Moses Barrett) superintendent, 

£. H. Clarke, dry goods, 

J. J. Olarke, groceries,.... 

Ohas. Stein & Bro., dry goods, ^..... 

J. A. Dunbar, grooerieB,...M n.^..^^.^****....* 

Ohas. Cook, beans, etc., f •• 

Lansing Bonnell, store and boilei^.. \ 

Jane AngraTc, meat and buttet,...«......r. 

R. N. Kimball, flour and feed,«« • .•• 

Michael Gleeson, labor,.. « 



Amount. 



988 10 


144 00 


73 00 


2 80 


72 00 


2 00 


21 00 


89 76 


16 04 


800 


20 61 


82 06 


17 00 


10 42 


10 00 


27 00 


10 00 


26 72 


166 76 


126 90 


92 18 


17 06 


68 18 


122 00 


26 81 


16 26 


66 00 


87 86 


42 26 


28 76 


161 12 


19 68 


17 49 


86 00 


74 76 


106 00 


67 00 


126 00 


82 60 


24 60 


600 


60 80 


47 00 


280 90 


78 61 


17 18 


117 87 


42 82 


866 


141 60 


146 76 


86 60 


20 00 



407 



List of Orden iifu^cl— oontinaed. 



]>aU. 



No. 



Id66. 




April 


12 


1160 


July 


6 


1151 


•■• 


5 


1162 


••• 


6 


1168 


••• 


5 


1154 


••* 


5 


1150 


•t* 


6 


1156 


••• 


6 


1167 


■>• 


5 


1158 


••• 


5 


1169 


••• 


6 


1180 


••• 


6 


1181 


••• 


6 


1182 


••• 


6 


1188 


••• 


6 


1184 


••• 


6 


1186 


••• 


5 


1188 


••• 


6 


1187 


••• 


6 


1188 


••• 


6 


1189 


••• 


6 


1170 


••• 


6 


1171 


••• 


6 


1172 


••• 


6 


1178 


■ •• 


5 


1174 


••• 


6 


1176 


••• 


6 


1178 


••• 


6 


1177 


•«• 


5 


1178 


••• 


6 


1179 


••• 


5 


1180 


••• 


6 


1181 


■II 


6 


1182 


••■ 


5 


1188 


••• 


6 


1184 


••* 


6 


1185 


• •k 


6 


1188 


• •• 





1187 


• •• 


6 


1188 


• •• 


6 


1189 


m 

• •• 


6 


1190 


• •• 


6 


1191 


«M 


6 


1192 


• •• 


6 


1198 


• «• 


5 


1194 


• •• 


5 


1196 


••* 


6 


1198 


• •• 


6 


1197 


• 
• •• 


6 


1198 


. ••• 


6 


1199 


• •• 


5 


1200 




6 


1201 


• •• 


6 


1202 



To whom and for wkat issaed. 



N. Burroughs, hardware^ , • 

James Bonnell, dry goods, ..^ ••.••• 

8. C. West, booU, eto., .wi 

Wm. Sinolair, groceries, m. ^», 

Boorman& Howiit, flour and meal,...,. , 

Plankingion ft Armon, pork and lard, •...««...m..*» 

G. Shepherd &Co., hardware, eto.,..*». 

Terry ft Gleayer, books and stationery, 

If. G. Gook, fireworks, etc.,. • « - 

B P. Elmore, eoal,.. 

Noonan ft MoNab, register and blank book,... 

Bagnall ft Go., lumber, 

Strickland ft Go , books, etc., k.... .*.... 

N. Matson, plated ware.., ,..•• 

L. G. Bush ft Gow, farming implements, 

0. Tiohenor, butter and hay, 

H. Thompson, work and drayage, 

E. P. Shaw, arresting r una way,.. ». «...., 

H. Bosworlh & Sons, muriatio acld»w • 

Gecelia Vanderpool, cook, ..» 

M. B.Page, ass't superintendent^ ....» 

J. E. Dennis, keeping team and expense,.... 

Mathias Ghase ft Bro., timber and sfaraw,.. t 

A. M. Hurlburt, looking after runaway,,.....^ 

Germain ft Brightman, adyertising, 

W. E. ft J. F. Gramer, Daily Wisconsin, 

A. A. Dayls, butter * 

John Atkin. seed com, 

A. L. Webb, potatoes, « 

E. P.Shaw, farmer, 

J. B, Buckner, dry goods, 

Wm.S. Wright, plank, 

W. Walton, oats and potatoes, ^ 

M.Sellers, flour, ....'.,.., 

F. W. Gunningham, painting, .,. 

A. G. Tanderpool, seed corn, , 

E.G. Ames, oTerseer new house...... , 

Boberi Kenzie, tailor, 

E. G. Ames, furniture^ 

JoHnF. McDonald, arresting boy e,. ..*»...,......•.., 

Daly Foster, potatoes, „ ^ 

W. W.Drake, arresting and returning boys,.... 

G. W.Fisher, wash stand,* 

Hoses Barrett, buggy and harness,..* *. 

A. 0. Y. Gumess. work on well,» • 

Dayid Bmeatbn, washstand,.......,^.,...... «. 

Peter Telyea, looking afterteam^ etc.M* — 

Hoses Barrett, sending home boys, * • 

D. G. Kelley, potatoes............. , « •*••• 

K. Burroughs,, hardware and paint,.... *•••*• 

J.'L. Kennedy, lumber,..' ; »,...• 

IraH. White, medleines, etc.»,... - 

L. E. Allen, leather and findings,.. • 



Amount. 



$85 45 


810 80 


87 85 


429 88 


418 86 


179 60 


74 01 


18 40 


18 10 


20 88 


18 00 


48 68 


9 88 


12 00 


67 65 


91 88 


28 00 


20 78 


11 88 


18 75 


180 87 


12 00 


18 85 


88 60 


500 


8 87 


88 88 


800 


18 00 


62 58 


1 60 


40 20 


18 60 


< 89 00 


12 25 


700 


94 70 


. 69 00 


80 50 


500 


5 00 


15 00 


8 60 


85 00 


7 60 


8 50 


7 60 


88 51 


6 25 


81 72 


40 60 


19 68 


JL18 21 



408 



Lift of Order* Ittued — conUnned. 



Bate 


k 


No. 


1866 


a 




July. 


6 


1208 


••• 


6 


1204 


•■• 


6 


1205 


. ••• 


6 


1206 


••• 


6 


1207 


••f 


6 


1208 


••• 


5 


1209 


• • •• * 


6 


1210 


••• 


5 


1211 


««« 


5 


1212 


••• . 


5 


1218 


••• 


6 


1214 


•«a 


6 


1215 




5 


1216 


1 

••• 


6 


1217 


1 


5 


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1228 


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1227 


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1298 


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1286 


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>••*•• ••,••• •••• ^* •••••• 



Cfaas. Stein & Bro.', dty goods,.... 

R; L;Oore, stnwhats, < 

Moses Barrett, sundry bills paid,. 

Mil. P. dn a-R: R. ft^lgif,.. : 

l^ler & Bro., batter and eggs,v>» 

B. MxsKillenny, farmer,.... 

Moseff Barrett, salary, 

Mary H. White, cook, 

Fanny A. Barrett, matron,, 

fiattie £. Barrett, teach er, 

Findlay McNaughton, farmer, , 

Lottie- Marsh, seamstress, 

John Smith, tailor,'. .'., 

John Baxter,' overseer new house, , 

Helen A. Barrett, teacher, 

8. A. Phllbrook, shoe maker, 

AQnaMcNaoghton, laundress, 

J. A. Dunbar,' groceries,. ^... /.....'. ^ «. 

Jane Angrave, meat «nd butter,'....... 1 

James Bonnell, diy goods, 

Wm. N. Sinclair, groceries, 

Bowman k Hewett, flour, 

Terry & Cleaver, books, etc.,|..,....^....^ \ 

Clarence Sheppvd & Co., hardware,... p 

X^ECA J^rOaa Uwl»U9| »•••••■«• t**a«***e •f»# • •«• • •<• •••«••«• «••••• ••••*» 

Pool & Warden, blaeksmithlng,..*. : ^... 

L. B. Wright, printing,...:..:....; 

Bagnall &Co.,.. ,...«•«. 

Chas. Alerander, harness, etc.,..^ .' 

John Yoorland, carpenter,. '. » 

Ell Welch, flour, „....; 

A. C. Howie, teacher, ..„.. 

P; McNanghton, farmer, 

Ira W. White, medicines, etc,, 

P. MoNaughton, catching runaways, 

John Q.Barn, tile,... 

E.'C. Curiiss, expenses after boys, , ^ ^ 

Wm. Beck, arresting boys, ^ 

John Down, cleaning well, ^ 

W. fi. Sherman, medicines, '., ».. 

0. Tichenor, butter, ...... 

James Hawkins, wood, ,........^t.».. 

Robert C.Turner, flour, etc., V..V 1 ;..f. 

M. C Cook & Co , ..,'..,....,..'- 

M. Thompson; plowing, ^.,......*.........r 

JohnC. Blank, overseer, •. ,« 

M. Chandlei", buckwheat, J. ;. .'. .,. ..!•• 

y. Vincent, butter,.. ..,...,..«...,..»,••••••••- 

B. P.- Barrett,- ovw8eer,...i„. -....V..:.....,....^ ^t,..'. 

- ai MaiicruncnQgi wood^... ■...■.•■•.••...■••M.M.;«f..««« 

V. IT. X jiursvOn, uvery,.. ••■••.«■.......«.*...««.•*. ...i. «•*«»•• 

Barnes ft'Cook;- Stone and lime, 

John Hartal, repairs, 



•V 



$98 

1 

48 

21 

11 

60 

247 

89 

49 

60 

88 

82 

11 

29 

52 

96 

29 

46 

161 

1,095 

888 

270 

1 
56 

2 
18 
11 
68 
42 
87 
. 141 
41 
60 
86 
27 

8 

7 
16 

2 

2 
27 

8 
71 
10 
81 
49 

6 
11 

6 

116 

^50 

26 

60 



16 

85 

44 

10 

80 

60 

75 

00 

60 

00 

00 

60 

11 

16 

00 

76 

25 

44 

91 

28 

61 

00 

80 

80 

84 

48 

00 

47 

80 

19 

87 

00 

00 

12 

05 

40 

00 

00 

00 

80 

89 

00 

86 

00 

60 

87 

00 

57 

25 

00 

00 

16 

90 



409 



Lut of Ordert I$$ued — ooneluded. 




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1266 
1267 
1268 
1269 
1260 
1261 
1262 
1268 
1264 
1266 
1266 
1267 
1268 
1269 
1270 
1271 
1272 
1278 
1274 
1276 
1276 
1277 
1278 
1279 
1280 
1281 
1282 
1288 
1284 
1286 
1286 
1287 
1288 



M. D. Stone, painting, 

J. Donbar, groo«rieB, )*..., 

8. S. Sairyer, potatoes...... 

Mil. ft Pr. dn Ohien, R. B., freight, 

L. E. Allen, leather, &e...... < 

8. E. West ft Co., books, eto., 

Ghas. Btein ft Bro., dry goods, 

R. N. Kimball, floor, etc.,.. , 

E. H. Clark, dry goods,.. 

Mwood ft Bnblee, printing,... 

John Baxter, OTerseer, «.. 

Mary H. White, eook, \ 

0. J. Hartell, oook,.. 

Lottie E. Marsh, laundress,... 

Anna MoNanghton, lanndress, 

M. Barrett, saperiniendent, 

F. A. Barrett matron, 

John Smith, OTorseer, tailor, 

8. D. Philbrook, shoemaker, 

Wm. MoNanghton, farmer, 

Chas. M. Bingham, asflistoAt superintendent,. 

H. £. Barrett, teacher, • 

H. H. Barrett teacher, 

N. Burroughs ft Co., hardirare, < 

Wm. Blair, blackimithing, 

Jane AngnTos, meat and butter,.. 

M. Barrett, sundry biUs paid, 

A. B. Elmore, secretary and manager, < 

C. C. Sholes, manager, .••.... 

Wm. Blair, manager,... 

C. B. Qibbs, seoretaiy and manager, # 

Edward 0*KeiI, manager,. 

J. Hodgson,, manager, 



Total,.. 



«S8 87 

11 oa 

1 06 

11 66 
169 02 

68 94 
44 06^ 
48 49 
86 66 
6 60 
128 26 

89 00 

12 60 
81 00 
29 26 

229 90 
48 76 

90 00 
186 60 

80 00 
64 16 
68 00 
62 OO 
78 88r 
86 08 

406 28 
19 16 

160 00 
18 60 
22 60 

100 00 
44 00 
21^ 

$19, 766 47 



BiaHTH ANNUAL REPORT 



Of THl 



BOARD OF REGENTS OF NORMAL SOHOOLS 



OP ^THE STATE OF WISCONSIN, 



Made to the Grpvernor, October 1» 1865. 



Mapibon, Oot 1, 1866. 
To JSi EtDeeUeney^ Jamis T. Lewis, 

Governor of the State of Wucomm : 

Sib : — ^I haye tHe honor herewith to transmit the eighth annoal report 
of the Board of Regents of Normal Schools for the year 1864, as required 
by law. 

I am, very respectfally, 

Your ooedient serrant, 

SILAS CHAPMAN, 

Seeretdiyl 



412 



BOARD OF REGENTS; 

The iollowing gentlemeD composed the Board of Normal School 
Regents at t^e time of making this report : 



His Kxb£i4;i<M<Jr} 'AMES T. IiSWISi qb^fit^^eo^officio. 
Hon. J. G. McMYNN, State Superintmdentf eX'Offieio* 

HANMEB BOBBINS, E8<2., Gr&ni Coanly, term expires, 1866 

GEO. 0BI8W0LD, Esq., Colambus, do 1866 

WM. STBAW, Esq., Fond da Lao, do 1866 

HOH. WM. £. SMITH, Dodge, —do 1867 

^b9./^K0« Ji. yjBQMjAB^*. ».»>!. y..»* Shebo7ipii,«<*.(r.^.«.%d9*««*.»««»««%«««f*fY«*«f 1867 

flLAB^CfiiPHAN,..«U...^^i.. ^ldtlwaukef;4M^.«J4.lo^ m-U* .Im^^ IS6t 

HOK. G. C. SHOLES,... Kenosha do 1868 

J. T. CLABE, Esq., Dane, do 1868 

HoH. S. A. WHITE, Walworth, do 1868 



' .1 



OlfriCfijis or TfflE BOABD: ' 



• '^ • • /. 



HoH, C. C. SHOLES,« Kenosha, Ftuident 

How. H. BOBBINS, PlatteyiUe,.- Vice JVendcnf. 

SILAS CHAPMAN Milwaukee, SM-eUtry. 



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M& 



EIGHTH AmJUAL RBPOET 

OF THE BOARD OF REGENTS OF NORMAL B0H00L8. 

Durittg the year 1864 normal olasses were organized and instructed in 
iihe aan* nAnner, and reoeited a portion of the nedrmal. jnAqoI fuad, as 
during the previous years of the operation of, the boMd. Xhe hoard, 
however, dbpfeosod wtth the eerneea of an agent a large poriioa of the 
Mir, only employing otie ttfnporarily to assist the atale aupisriiitendeiit ik 
holdiiig tcaehers' institiiteei and to pesfom Ae dutios of exainining the 
olaMas oonneeted widi the institotiona reporting* 

9 

» * I 

INSTITUTIONS RSPORTINa 

There are four classes of institnttons making report to this board : 

, X GoiUaes wlO^ a^nel property of $60^000. 

2. Female Colleges, with a net property of 920,000. 

S. Academies with a net j^roperty of 95,000. 

4. Uaion or Mgh sohools withc«it any property <iiialilleatieBS detned, bat being 
(Hinder the control of any dty, tillage, town or oiatxiet beard of oommis- 
sianers, tntstees, or direoiorsi haTlag control oC the sebools in ^aid. dty, 
Tillage, town or district,. according to the laws of this state." 

. Of these sOTinl olaiHMi vepovts ware reoeived and a portion of the 
Aiftd allowied to the following inititntiotis : 

liAWRBKOE XTKIYBBSIffT, •.•,«^.«;Appleton, .^.Ootaganie^otuity. 

MILTON ACADEMY, .Mittoa,^- »,..^.Book coiuitj. 

▲LLINBf OROYJB AQAPEMY, Allena' OroTe, ^...Walworth county. 

PLATTETILLB AGADSMT,...^ PlatteTille,..., ...Grant county, 

ALBION ACADEMY, Albion, Dane county. 

?OND f>V LAO HIGH SCHOOL,.. .......Fond du Lao, ..Pond du Lao couoiy. 

BXLOIT HIGH 8CH00L, «Beloit, ^ .wBoek oconlx, 

* • 

Tim foUoynng ioile tsMhiU Hie number ofpupAi claimed a$ having ]^¥^ued 
nor mml 9Mie$ oeearding to tike requivmjMnU of the hoards UffsiJ^ loUk 
(Ac numhet altawed hjf the boord^ a»d the <i«t6«iiii n^ppropnated Uheat\ 
imvUinHon: 



Name of Inetitution. 



■I .<■ 



LowreaeeUnirersity, 

Milton Academy, 

Aliens' GroTC Academy,... 

PlatteyHle Academy, 

Albion Academy. 

Fond du Lac High School,. 
Beloit High School^ 



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1 


1 


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* 


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5' 


T ""^ » 


7 




8 


14 


10 




6 




2 




7 





8 



414 

This distribation was at the rate of $40 for each papil passing the ex- 
amination. 

For a catalogue of the pnpils who have reqe^ved^tjie, "Commendatory 
Certificate" of tba board, see aj^pendis *^A;'' ' i ^ . ^ ^ i . 

CONDITION OP THE FUND. 

' t(yt a fttli statement of the reeeipis and expenditures of tlie board, for 
the past year, see appendix ^*B.** r 

During the session of 1869, the legislature so fkr modified the law in 
relation to normal schools, under which tiiis board has been aotiBg 
as to change entirely the manner of appropriating the fund plaoed at 
its disposal. By the new law the bourd were directed to establish 
one or more normal schools, exclusively as such, in distinction from the 
normal classes heretoftre rooeiTing the ftind. This law appropriates a 
much larger amount for the fostering of this branch of education, and 
directs the board to establish and sustain normal schools from this in- 
come. It is to be regretted, that as this became a law on the fast d^y of 
the session, no time was left to perfect that portion of it relatii^g to the 
duties of the board, and it is earnestly desired by the board, that during 
^e coming session this duty will not be neglected. 

The results depending upon the correct action of the board, and the 
judicious expenditure of the income, are so vast, that the board is desirous 
so far as can be done, tliat a law shaU be ISnaned-olearly deAihEig its powers 
and duties, and that nothing be left undone to keep the fhnd from being 
diverted from its proper and only object, the education of teachers of a 
high grade for the schools of our state. 

In pursuance of these new duties devolving on the board, the board 
has examined several localities with a view of making selections. Several 
of our cities and large villages have made liberal oBera for the purpose of 
securing the location of a normal school, but at the time of writing this 
report, no location has been decided upon. The board has not been 
anxious to make undue haste in this decision, hieing desirous to act with 
becoming prudence, and to locate the schools^ in such places where the 
largeiit number of pupih is likely to be obtained. 

Of the benefit these schools are likely to be to the educational interests 
of the state, few even of their friends estimate too highly. Our people 
ar^ all warm friends of schools and education. Our state, by its liberal 
appropriation has already placed itself in the first rank. A high system 
ot normal instruction will infuse new zeal among those teachers who may 
not directly receive the benefits of instruction at these normid seminaries, 
by their contact with those who have, and by placing the teacher upon 
higher ground — ^a position as honorable as that of any other oiaas^ 



41B 



I ' . APPENDIX «A.' 



CATALOGUE OF PUPILS 



Wbo hare passed the examination prescribed by the Board, and reoeiyed 
the recommendatory cortifioate. 



1864. 



FIRST TEAR. 



LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY. 

Coraelions Dnscall, W. B. C. Wright, 

John 0. Hicks, Phebe D. BuUook, 

Wm. A. Mctcalf, Lirrie M. Hill. 



MILTON ACADEMT. 

Ella L. Child, Del^ene L. Reynolds, 

Harriet A. Salisbury. 

ALLEN'S GROVE ACADEMY. 

Volney C. Tuttle, RKia A. Dennia, 

5\*"- ^'^^?>^^' Roxana A. Randall, 

John E. Shader, Clara E. Saxton. 

Minnie W. Brace, Emily D. TreaL 

Alice WUlins, Minnie W. Bruce, 

PLATTEVIJJiB ACADEMY. 

Margie Jerdoe, John T. Kilboutai, 

AlTcna Sehroeder, John N. Patterson, 

Carrie Bass. 



ALBION ACADEMY. 
J. Qoiaey Emery, Hannah E. HuU» 



4L6 



Oeo. H. Todd, 
Lettie 0. Gampi 
flmma Martin, 
Jennie M. MasoB, 



FOND DU LAC HIGH SCHOOL. 

Crathia £. Sonle, 
Nora Tallmadge, 
Jalia W. Todd, 
AUqfi E. Delanej. 



Aaron If . Sldoneri 
Mary F. Adams,^ 
Pannj Britton, 



BELOIT HIGH SCHOOL. 

. A|L|» B. Yoq»g,. 
Sarah M. QraEam, 
Alioe v. Johnson, 
Cora A. Burr. 



SECOND YEAR, 



"1 



LAWRENCE UNIVEBSITT. 
John H. Haiiser 



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APPBHDi;^ <,«B." 



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Niq>WM^i^flAOL iSU^r 



Statemxmi; thotoiug the Uiani<nctio'n$ in. the Normal ScJ^ool Fund fyt the 
fiical year ending Sep timber i<iOy 1865. , , . . 



Date. • 

IBM. 
Ootobr 1 

1BC6. 
Sept. 80' 

— 80 

... 80 

Oct. 8 

... 4 

,:, 6 

H<»T. 28 

1865. 

Jan.'/ 18 

..• 14 

Feb'y 4 

Hay 2 

June 29 

July 10 

.,. 14 

... 16 

... 28 

... 28 

... 29 

9 

28 
81 
2 
2 
9 
7 
8 
8 
8 



Aag. 



Sept 



'• J 



Bil^BCf If ih^ fund, 



Tva&jfer £rqm draiuage fUnd...... 

ao..r siraiop laud fund, 

'.do Bohool fund, 



Lawrence uniTeralty, ;. 

Delaran high sohool/... 

Hpn. W. E. Smith, aiiileage, 
J. C. Pickatd, Qxpenses,.... 



*.. 



7 
11 

9 
19 



80 
80 



J. G. Hctfynto, lerrieeB,.. 

J. C. Piolcard, do..:.. 

J. C. Piokird, aalary, 

X E. Thomas, mileage,.... 
W. J. Park, printing...... 

J. 0. Pickard, agent) 

PUatteTiUe academy....... 

H. Bobbins, mileage....... 

8. Chapman,. ...do*......... 

W. Starr, do 

J. Q. HcMynn, agent,.... 
C. 0. Sholes, inileage,».... 
AUen*s QroTO aeedemy,.., 

BeloH union sehool, 

Lawrence unlTorsity,..., 

Milton academy,.. 

Albion aeademT, 

H. Bobbins, mueage....... 

8. A. White,.....do 

Wm. Starr, do 

Silas Chapman,.d 



8 , G. C. 8hoies,.....do. 



Beceipts. 1>iabnrseni]ts. 



..^996 71 

14,82^22 
.67, 159 DSf 
14, 170 59 



.fk...^«... »»««M 






.•...•.. 



J. I. Thomas,. ..do • 

J. Brighton, adTcrtising, 

Atwood ft Bubleee,...do.. 

Fond dn Lac high school,.. 

Wm. E. Smith,. •.••...■•...«•••....••••. •»...... ... 

Loan to war fund, as per ch. 860, laws 1864, .. 
Balance in the fund, 



$96, 650 60 



$60 00 

, 80 00 

22 00 

100 00 

400 60 

.100 06 

250 00 

87 CO 

12^ 

861 70 

200 00 

40 00 

80 00 

48 00 

228 06 

UOO 

400 00 

280 00 

280 00 

120 00 

80 00 

90 00 

80 00 

34 00 

20 00 

27 00 

74 00 

12 50 

29 00 

820 00 

66 00 

88,006 00 

4,845 06 



996,660 60 



27D00. 



416 



APPBNOIX " B." 



NORMAL SCHOOL FUND INCOME. 



STAtBMBNT ihowtng the iramactions in the Normal School Fmnd Jm- 
eowte for the Ji$eal year ending S^temhtr 30, 1865« 



Bftte. 



1806. 
8«pi. 80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 



Transfdr from school fund income, ^ 

do iwamp land fhnd,« 

do ^drainage Aind income,.. 

PonaliT on aco'i of trespass on timber land,... 

D. Malbon, agent for protecting lands......... 

W. P. Forsyth, olerk land department^....... 

G. M. Foroeman, ..do.. 

F. W. Bird, do 

E. 8. MoBride, do 

T. W. Gibbs, dc , 

K. J. Fleischer, ..dc 

W. J. Park, printing, 

Balance in fand, 






Receipts. 



f4, 164 71 

6, 708 76 

1, 844 66 

17 28 



$12,226 34 



Diflbonem'ts. 



•••«••».•• 



1670 69 

249 00 

884 00 

260 00 

88 09 

886 00 

66 00 

68 86 

10, 270 



$12,226 S4 



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SIXTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



Of TBI 

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Trustees of the Wisconsin Institution 



FOB TSB 



EDUCATION OF THE BLIND, 



rom THB 



YEAR ENDING NOVEMBER 1, 1866. 



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OFFICERS OF THE INSTITUTION. 



B, B. TREAT, M.D., Fraident. B. B. ELDREDGE, Treamrer. 

H. W. COLLINS, Secretary, 
a W, SMITH. ORRIN GUERNSEY. HENRY HARPKB 

SUPERINTENDENT. 

- THOMAS H. LITTLE, M.A. 

« 

TEACHERS. 

MISS S. A, WATSON. MISS S. A. SCOPIBLD. 

MISS H. A DAGGETT. 

TEACHE?. OF MUSIC. 

JESSE H. TEMPLE. 

FOREMAN OF SHOP. 
JOSEPH HORTON. 

MATBOH. 

MRS. M. H. WHITING, 



REPORT OF TRUSTEES. 



lb ERs llKcenency, Gov. Lxwis : 

The Tru^teeB of the Wieconsin Institiitioii for the Edacation of the Blind 
haye ihe pleasare of representing the in3titution under their charge as 
heing in a highly proaperona eoD(lition. 

Vot details of ite operations they refer to the appended report of the 
Sap^xintendent, whose management oontinues to merit confidence and ap« 
proyah 

Since th^ last annual report there haye been fifty-nine pupils oonDected 
with th^ institution. At the present time the number is fiuy<«three. 

The appended report of the treasurer of the institution shows ^afc the 
funds at Ine di!9posaI of the kustees since their last annual report haye 
amounted to.^\ : $20,752 20 



The disbursements haye been 



OiiT>fitldlii9ootttraet8 vf iSMg--- •'— *• •*•• 

.•..»;dQ.«..«« ;.«do»«<««««lQe6,,» ••••••.......••••••••• 

F«r reMirsftnd improT^inenia,........^ - 

for aAkries of tesident officers,..* «... 

For ;|^roYi8ion8, fUel, wages, &e., &c , as shown in 

"fketail by secretary's repert, 

Fev iafetest,......., • 



$1, 115 76 

200 00 

1,066 44 

2, 498 60 

11,508 6$ 

4 ei 



j^atftiiee iq treasurer's hands, 



16, 474 28 



$4, an 97 



About 91,550 00 more would hayo been paid out for coal, if it had 
arriyed in time. This payment would haye made Ad expenses ftr Ae 
year about $18,000. 

The sum of f 200 mentioned aboye as paid on butldieg oontraot should 
be paid ifom the special appropriaQon for building, which still remains 
in tne state treasury. Adding this sum to the balance shown aboye, and 
adding a)so' one quarter, not yet due, of the annual appropriation, whieb 
wiH amount to 94,875, there appears the sum of 99,352 97 ayailable for 
the support of the institution until the 1st of February, 1886. 



422 

There is little doubt that this sum will not only meet the ncceasiUee 
of the institution until that time, but also leave a balance in its treasury. 
Tins balance, if secured, will go to lessen the sum to be appropriated for 
the ensuing jfiBx. It is hoped that it will not be necessary to provide 
from the state treasury for that purpose more than $16^600. It is not 
impossible that a less sum may be sufficient; but the trustees beg to be 
excused from making, in such times as these, definite calculations too 
long before they are required for the action of the legislature. They will 
be happy to submit to the esatBioation of the uaoAl committee oi that 
body, the actual condition of their finances at the close of the year, to- 
gether with the best estimates they may be able to form, at that time, of 
the sum required for the support of the institution through tho year end- 
ing February 1, 186 r. 

The last legislature made an appropriation for the completion of the 
building commenced the previous v^ar, intended to furnish room for 
shops and other needful purposes of the institution. In. anticipation of 
a decline in the price of lumber, work upon this building was deferred 
during the early part of the season. When that decline took place, the 
trusteed advertised in the papers of Janesville and Beloit for proposals 
for doing certain Fpecified portions of the work necessary for its com* 
pletioB. In accordance with the terms of the only proposafs received, 
the carpenter work was let to Messrs. Nettleton & Jacks for S3,875. The 
small portion of mason work required was let to Messrs. James & RaUi*^ 
eram. The glazing and painting will be dqne by the day.~ Those por- 
tions of the work now omitted can be dispensed with until anx)ther season, 
when, it is hoped, building will not be so expensive. The trustees, hav- 
ing not yet had occasion for the money appropriated for building, have 
allowed it to remain in the state treasury. 

The attention of the state authorities has been more than once called 
in the reports of the trustees and in those of legislative committeeB to the 
state of the old wing of the house. The effects of the last spring upon it 
were so severe as to occasion increased alarm ; consequently the trustees 
caused a careful inspection of it to be made, and were advised that it 
would be dangerous to occupy it another winter. It became necessary, 
therefore, to prop it up. Ten strong timbers, properly secured ai ihe 
bottom, were let into the stone work just beneath the water table ; and 
the walls now bear firmly upon these. Having been driven to adopt this 
expedient, the trustees believe that, thongh they have added nothing to 
the beauty of the edifice, they have rendered it secure for a couple of 
winters longer. Considering, therefore, how expensive building is now, 
thej forbear to ask at this time for the appropriation which will soon be 
required to rebuild it. 

in conclusion, not only for themselves, but also in behalf of the unfor- 
tunate youth who are gathered in the institution, the trustees would ex- 
press the gratitude that is due to your excellency, the legislature and the 
Cople of the state, as well as to Almighty Ood who moves the hearts 
thfof rulers and of. people, for the favoring kindness with whioli their 
efforts to benefit thi^ unhappy class of our^ fellow citizens, have been re- 



m 

garded. They take a deep Dersonal interest in the prosperity of their 
oharse ; and they invite, as heretofore, a earefnl sorntiny of their pro- 
eeedinfli. They feel also that the whole people of Wisconsin as well as 
themselyes, have a right to indulge a just feehng of pride in the faet that 
they are carrying -on a larger and (they heliore^ a mm efficient institu- 
tion for the education of the blind, than nas ever b^eii built up in any 
other state of the union at so early a period in its histoi^. 

R. B. TREAT. 

Janisvjlli, Wis., Nov. 1, 1865. 



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484 



TREASURER'S REPORT. 

2b the Board of Tru9tee$ : 

Herewith I submit a report of the receipts and disbursements by me« 
as treasurer, on account of the Wisconsin Institution for the Education of 
the Blind, from the 12th day of November, 1864, to the 27th day of No- 
vember, 1865. 

B« B. EldbidoIi in aectmnt teith the 

IWiicontin In$titution Jor the Mducation of the BUnd^ 

Da. 

1864, Not. 12.. .To cash on liand at date of last report, f 2, 202 70 

1864, Dec. 81 do receUed from state treasurer, .^ 

1666, Feb. 20 do do for brooms sold state,.. 

1866^ Mar. 81 do do do..taitioii, 

1866^ May 6 do do from state treasurer, 

1866^ July 7 do do ..do 

1866, Oot. 1 do do do 



Ga. 

1866, Not. 24^... (}y payment of orders drawn by the sec- 

retaiy from Not. 12, 1864, to this date,... $16, 469 26 

1866, May 6...InUre8t paid i.. 4 97 

1866, Not. 27...0ash on hand, 4,277 97 

»2a,762 20 

B. B. ELDBEDOb] 

gVao mrc r. 



6, 760 00 


49 60 


126 00 


4,876 00 


4,876 00 


4, 876 00 


S»>,762 20 



425 



\ 



REPORT OF SECRETARY. 



Cren&emen of the Board of Trustees of the iMtitution for the ifducaiian of 
the Blind: 

Herewith I submit, aa required by our bj-lawB) a detailed stalomenfe of 
the <>rder8 drawn upon the treasurer of the loBtitution, during the year 
e^diog Ootober 30th, 1865. RespeetfuUy, 

H. W. COLLINS, 

JaneBville, Wia , Oct. 30, 1866. Seoretary. 



I 



Date. 



IBST 



Nor: 



Ofte 



7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7. 
7 
7 
7 
7 
2S 



No. 



994 
995 
996 
997 
998 
999 
1000 

leoi 

1002 
1008 
1004 
1006 
1006 
1007 
1008 
1009 
1010 
1011 
1012 

lois 

1014 
1015 
1016 
1017 
1018 
1019 
1020 
1021 
1022 
1028 
1024 



To whom paid. 



For what paid. 



0. W. Bundy, « 

P. L. Smith, 

J. A. ft H. P. Griswold, 

Hinds Bretb«r8, 

Day, Alleo ft Co., 

James ft Ratherara, 

James ft Ratheram, 

Jamos ft Ratheram, 

Miss F. A, Lord, 

Miss H. A. Dagtgett, 

Mifli 8 A. Soofield, 

J. H xempio,M 

Dora- Liohienborg,..., 

Joseph Hortou, 

T. H. Little, \ 

R Clark, 

John Peters,... 
Hiram Nojes... 
P. A. Pieroe rf.. ...••• 

L. A. Oris wold,, 

Conrad ft Vankiflc, 

Wm. Payne, 

J. Callaghan, 

Xi. A. vJarSn'eii, ••■••.■»« a •■*• « 

Kothman ft Winkley, 

R. Williams, 

B. B. £ldredge, 

C Beiton, 

Nettlf ton ft Jneks, 
A B. Carter,.. 



r 



> ••••••^ •••« 



!•«••••«• •••••seat 



Broom Com, 

Carriage, 

Coffee, , 

Kerosene, 

SyroPi 

Re]>airs,»*. ( 

Ma on work, 

Balance on contract, 

Salary, : , 

... do.. ■ i 

...do*. I t 

...do, 

Teaohing music,.... < 

Salary, 

Carrent expenses,... 

Cheese...... , 

Repairs, 

ProTisionF, , 

Potatoes, 

ProTisions, 

Groceries, 

Turnips, 

Wages, 

Groceries, 

Harne s repairs, 

Groceries, 

do 

Expenses at Chicago, 

Blacksmithing, 

Contract on shop, 

Batter, 



AmoaaA. 



...... ..••. . 



(272 54 

800 oa 

86 88 
85 52 
47 55 
50 50 

156 00 
70 60 
62 50 
50 00 
50 00 

87 50 
25 00 
28 00 

129 00 

87 50 

550 

81 25 

60 00 

7 19 

89 71 

20 70 

66 00 

495 

800 

69 V^ 

178 40 

800 

4tf 

1,045 96 

28 80 



42< 



Report of Seerefainf — continaed. 



\ 

I 



Date. 


No. 


186C 


». 




Jan'7 


5 


1026 


•■• 


6 


1026 


■•• 


6 


1027 


••• 


6 


1028 


••• 


6 


1029 


• •• 


6 


1080 


• • • 


6 


1031 


• <• 


6 


1082 


■•• 


6 


loss 


■•• 


6 


1084 


••• 


6 


1086 


..i 


6 


1086 


«•• 


6 


1087 


•p* 


6 


1088 


••■ 


6 


1089 


••• 


6 


1040 


**•. 


6 


1041 


«•• 


6 


1042 


••• 


6 


1043 


v»* 


6 


1044 


^4 


6 


1046 


• «• 


6 


1046 


' ••• 


6 


1047 


• •• 


6 


1048 


« ... 


6 


1049 


.!• 


6 


1060 


^..t 


6 


1061 


«•• 


12 


1062 


Fftb'y 




1068 


«•• 




1064 


••• 




1066 


«.• 




1066 






1067 


• .•• 




1068 


■ .• 




1069 


f* 




1060 


. ••• 




1061 






1062 


H ••»« 




1068 


' ••« 




1064 


'r*t 




1066 


»•••. 




;066 


••• 




1067 


•..• 




1068 


< ••» 




1069 


*>• 




1070 


••• 


22 


1071 


Wreh 16 


1072 


•••• 


16 


1078 


»•• 


16 


1074 


^y 


6 


1076 


t **f 


6 


1076 


, ..« 


6 


1077 



To whom paid. 



W. M. Steele, 

F. 8. Eldred, 

J. M. Hanchett, 

J. H^rioB, 

■Mra. M. H.' Whiting} 

T.H, LitUe, 

Newton & Co., 

Robert Jackson, 

M. MoCrea, 

8. P. Chaise, 

H. McQayrock, 

Andrew Brown, 

T. fl. Little, 

J.Todd, 

W.J. Park& Co.,.. 

Carle Brothers, 

Thomas Madden, 

E. Seaton & Co., 

Pajne & Lea?itt,..M. •...•.•• 
J. H. Gamp, 

A. M. Thomson, 

E. F. Colwell, 

8. Antiidel, 

E. 8. Barrows, 

L. Fifield & Bro., 

Lawrence & Atwood, 

D. DaTies, jr., 

Day, Allen & Co.|>»«** ■« 

W. J. Dooaitle, 

J. Horton^.... v < 

Helen A. Daggett , 

Sfbra A. Soofield, , 

Dora K. Lichtcaberg, 

J. H. Temple, 

Frances A. Lord, ••••••••••.. 

T. H. Little, 

L O'Claire, ^ 

8. Antisdel, t-- 

J* F. Antisdel, ••*..« ••••■•••• 

T. Madden,^ 

Learitt & Dearborn 

T. L, HolUstor, 

J. Sutherland, 

Ira Miltimore, .'. 

Day, Allen & Co., 

G. R. Curtis,.^ 

Atwood & Lawrence, 

Conrad & Vankirk, 

D. F.Kimball, 

Dann & Fisher, :. 

B. B. Eldredge, 

Miss F. A. I^rd, 

Miss 8. A. Soofield,. ...M... 



For what paid. 



Candles,.. 

Groceries, «.. 

Cnristmas ride,« 

Salary, ^ ;... 

. .do \* 

...do 

Batter and lard, 

Batter,.. 

...do »•»'» 

...do 

...do 

Dried beef, 

Carrent expeniee,....; 

PrOTisions, 

Printing,....., 

ProTisioQS, 

Provisions and labor. 

Repair', etc., 

Floor, etc., 

Medicines, 

Apples, •• 

Glass, etc., 

Provislona, «... 

Hardware^ 

Lumber, 

Cral, 

GrocorieS|..».. 

...do • ••« 

Hardware, •.... 

Salary, , 

...do • ••••••••. 

•••do..**...*.. ....'.. M 

...do ...«.•«••••.•• 

.. do.... 

Current ezpenBea,«« 

Ice and straw,. 

Provisions, - « 

...do.. •••••••••••••••••••.. 

Drawing water,.. 

Books, etc....... 

Oats, «. 

Books, etc.,.. 

Fire brick,.. 

virocerieS| •...•....•••..•.»••.» 
Glass, drugs, eto., 

Coal, 

Groceries, .•«........» 

ProTisiona, 

drooeries, ...—•.•.••. 
Discount on draft,M 

Salary, 

...do.. • t.«( 



|.M. *.« «.*.^ 



Amonnt, 



$7 22 

177 08 

12 00 

48 60 

76 00 

260 00 

244 87 

40 28 

86 10 

21 98 

22 46 

87 00 
U^B 06 

8 16 
60 40 
48 69 
94 87 
42 29 
246 04 
18 48 
68 68 

8 90 
24 79 
22 08 

86 66 
42 69 

7 70 
127 00 

88 97 
24 00 
60 00 
60 00 

26 00 

87 60 
62 60 

876 17 
28 00 

27 08 

86 91 

87 24 

89 86 
26 82 

4 60 

6 00 

96 69 

12 96 

970 76 

64 22 

20 12 

2 68 

4 84 

62 60 

60 00 



427 



Report of Secretaty — oontinued. 









Pfti« 


• 

• 


No. 


IMfi 


• 




May 


6 


1078 


••• 


6 


1070 


••• 


6 


1080 


••• 


6 


1081 


••• 


6 


1082 


••• . , 


6 


1068 


••• 


6 


1084 


■ 

••• 


6 


1086 


«•• 


6 


1086 


••• 


6 


1087 


1 
-••• 


6 


1088 


1 
••• 


6 


1089 


••• 


6 


1090 


••• 


6 


1091 


■•• 


6 


1092 


■•• 





1098 


■•• 


6 


1094 


■•• 


6 


1096 


*•• 


6 


1096 


*■« 


6 


1097 


• •• 


6 


1098 


••♦ 


6 


1099 


1 


6 


1100 


•■ « 


6 


llOl 


• • • 


6 


1102 


••• 


6 


1108 


••• 


6 


1104 


*■• 


6 


1106 


••« 


6 


1106 


••• 


7 


1107 


Jone 


28 


1108 


••• 


28 


1109 


■•• 


28 


1100 


*«• 


28 


1111 


■•• 


28 


1112 


••• 


80 


1118 


Julj 




1114 


• •• 




1116 


• •• 




1116 


*•• 




1117 


««• 




1118 


• •• 




1119 


• «• 




1120 


• • • 




1121 


i 




1122 


• • • 




1128 


• •• 




1124 


«•• 




1126 


« •• 




1126 






1127 




1128 


1 » 
• •• 




1129 


• •• 


11 < 


1180 



To whom paid. 



Mrs. M. H. Whiting) 
H«leii A. Daggett, ... 
Dors Lieb ten berg,.., 

J. H. Temple, 

J. Horton, 

T. H. Little, 

T.H. Little, 

T. L. HoUister, 

Hinds, Bros., 

J. A. ft H. F. Griswold,.-^ 

T. M.*Lynchi..« 

Daj, Allen & Co., 

ThoB. Madden, 

Payne ft LeaTitt, 

J. F. AiHfedel, 

W. G. Wheeloek, 

Wm. Steele, 

J. B. Hjrzer, 

R. Wood,.. 

Daniel Gower, 

Jaokman ft Smith, ...•••••••• 

M. H. Curtis,. 



>«•••.•.••••.•••■. 



A. Palmer ft Son, 

Pepper ft Inman...... 

Jaokrman ft Alden,.. 

A. Wilson, , 

£!dredge ft Co., 

8. H. Marqnlsee, < 

Geo. Soarcliif, 

£tna Insarance Co., 

Dora B. Idchtenberg, 

Helen A.Daggett^ 

Frances A. Lord, , 

Babra A. Seofleld, 

J. H. Temple, , 

T.H. Little, 

Day, AllAk ft Co., 

Conrad ft Vankirk, 

N. Dearborn, 

Hiram Nojefl, 

J. A. ft H. F. Griswold,.... 
Eldredge ft Pease, 

B. B. Bldredge, 

J. H.Camp, 

R. B. Treat, 

T.H. Little, , 

N. Swager, .w...;. 

L. Cheeseman ft Sons....... 

H. BraoOj 

W.J. Doolittle, , 

G. B. Miliimore,.. 

LeaTitt ft Dearborn,... 

Mrs. M. H. Whiting, 



Fer what paid. 



Salary, , 

do 

do '. , 

...^do •..••••• ', 

do ,; 

Cnrren.t expenses, .'.j 

Oats, ete., 

Oil,........; ........v! 

Coifee, 

Meat, 

Grooeries, ».....'.. 

Drawing water, f....... 

Floor, „^ 

ProTisions, 

Crockery, 

Candles, ,' 

Radiator, 

Livery, 

Wood, 

...do 

...do « 

Qoinine, 

Bgg»^^--- • 

Flour ft meal, , 

Blaoksmithing, 

Feed, 

Repairing apparatus, 

Meat) 

Insnranoe, 

Teaching music, 

Teaching, 

..... <U> V. ... ... .....•....<....•. 

do...-. • 

do 

Salary, • 

Groceries,.... 

......do. .•..••• ..•...••• 

ProTisions, 

do 

Coffee, 

Drawing contracts^.... 

Ezpresseharges on money 
Drugs and medicines,... .^ 
Medical services,.. .•••«••». 

Current expenses, ./ 

Furniture and repairs,... 
Soap 

...do t;.* 

Hardware, ;,. 

Btone steps, • 

Books and stationary,... 
Salary, 



Amount 



$76 00 
60 00 
26 0fr 

87 60 
72 00 

260 00 
888 18 
108 22 

89 81 

88 40 
48 44 

166 26 

90 81 
242 60 

46 16 
88 78 

7 67 
600 

12 00 

72 67 

369 76 

810 60 

8 76 
7 72 

29 60 

18 88 

7 00 

11 86 
822 96 
160 00 

26 00 
62 60 
68 76 
62 60 
98 76 

860 00 
92 09 

128 46 
66 66 

79 84 
16 26 
16 00 

246 

27 06 
26 60 

268 24 
60 26 
10 00 
20 00 

80 46 

28 76 

12 06 
98 76 



428 



Report of Secretary — continaed. 



'•» 



•m0 
,40 



••* 



dvpt. 



D&te. 

18«6. 
Jaljr 11 
Avg* 8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
26 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

14 
19 
80 
30 
80 
30 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
SO 









<JoL 



■ •» 



»■* 



'•» 



No. 



1181 
1182 
1188 
1184 
11S5 
1186 
1187 
1188 
1139 
1140 
1141 
1142 
1148 
1144 
1145 
1146 
1147 
1148 
1749 
1150 

1151 
1152 
1168 
1164 
1165 
U56 
1167 
1168 
1159 
1160 
1161 
1162 
1168 
1164 
1164 
1166. 
1166 
1167 
1168 
1169 
1170 

1171 
1172 

im 
irt6 

1176 
1177 
1178 
1179 
fl80 
1181 
1182 



To whom paid. 



Joseph Hortoo, 

B. W. Blatchford, 

Pajrne & LeaTitt). 

Jackman & Aiden, 

J. F. AntisdeJ, 

F. 8. Eldred, 

G. L. Powell, 

H. Nojes, 

J. S. Kirk,... 

8. 8. Jackman, 

Rogers & fiuUhtasoii,. 

Gazette Co.,...,, 

T.H. Little, 

Kothman & Wiukley,.. 

R. E. Day, 

Joseph Horton, 

G. R. Curtis, 

E. F. Colwell&Co,.... 
James k Ratheram,.... 
AmerioaD Bible Society,... 
Dann & Fisher, 

F. M. Hibbard, 
J. A. & H. F. Griswold,.... 

Day, AUea & Co., 

John Cox, • 

Smith & Bostwiok, 

A. Wilson,.- 

Ira Miltimore....... 

Mrs. M. H. Whiting,... 

Joseph Horton, 

T. H. Little,., 

8. H. Ransom & Co., 

James & l^atheram, 

James ft Ratheram, * 

T. H. Little, 

J. B.Hyser, 

John Peters, 

U, Schatt, 

£. S. BarrowS) 

Thomson ft Templfton,..,.. 

Andrew Br^wn,....« ,. 

Pay, Allen ft Co.,... 

McKey ft Bro., 

Hiram Noyes, m«»«m»*«....... 

Joseph Horton,..,.* 

W. G. Wheelock, 

Lawrence ft Atwood, 

James Long, ..•••* 

Randall Williams, 

Jackman, Brother ft Ross, 
Rock River Iron Wotrks,... 
J. H. Temple, 
D. F. Kimball, 



For what paid. 



•« 



■•,••••»•..• . .••••.I 



Salary, 

Lead, • 

Flour,... ••..,...•,.... 

Proyisions, 

do 

do 

do 

do«.,.. and hay, 

Candles, 

Soap, ^..« • « 

Painting, 

Printing and paper,., .m*.* 

Current Expenses, ••.. 

Harness work, etc.,..i 

Laundry stoTe, 

Seryices in July, 

Drugs, etc.,... 

Paints, oil, etc., 

Work on cistern, etc., 

Books in raised letters,... 

Provisions, .> 

do...,,. 

Coffee, 

Kerosene, »..••..•.•• •• 

Rag carpet, ».. 

Dry goods, •. 

Blaoksmlthing, 

Fire brick, • 

Salary, « 

Seryicee in August 

Current expenses,. < 

StOTO and fixtures, .,.,—. 

Mason work, ....« 

On contract, 

Salary, i 

Stoye, etc, 

Repairs on old wing, 

Lumber, ••.•• 

Hardware, 

Crackers, 

Lard,., 

Grooeries,.....^ 

Dry goods,. \ ,, 

Proyisions,. % 

Salary, 

Crockery, 

Coal and Lime,, 

Butter, ....^ < 

Groceries,.. ....»...«• ••4. 

Flour,.. • 

Patterns and castings, 

Music etc.,.....„ 

Proyisions, 



Amount 



48 00 

64 to 
lOS 76 

268 

69 10 
172 09 

21 69 
77 90 
12 50 

15 18 

70 76 

21 97 
120 66 

12 80 
20 00 

16 82 
12 71 
82 66 

100 00 
94 57 
466 
16 79 
67 26 
16 74 
88 60 

172 89 

22 87 
5 00 

98 76 
24 00 

98 08 
166 26 
200 00 
100 00 
275 00 

80 80 
41 00 
14 67 
12 64 

26 80 

99 69 
227 86 

66 81 
60 67 
24 00 

27 40 

65 46 
20 18 
1^02 
74 88 
20 10 

28 60 
16 26 



42p 



Report of Secretary — oontinaed. 



Date. 


No. 


1865. 




Oct. 


80 


1188 


••• 


80 


1184 


■•• 


80 


1186 


••• 


80 


1186 


••• 


80 


1187 


••« 


80 


1188 


•■• 


80 


1189 


••• 


80 


1190 


■•• 


80 


1191 


••« 


80 


1192 


••• 


80 


1198 


••• 


80 


1194 


• •a 


80 


1195 


• >• 


80 


1196 



To whom paid. 



For what paid. 



Morse k Hanson, 

D. Dayies, jr., 

C. Skelly, 

J. Callaghan, 

W.J. DooUUle, 

Conrad & Vanklrk, .^ 

J. B.Hume, ,<^*i,i: 

W. A. Eager 

Northwest. Manufao. Co., 

Fifield & Brother, 

G. L. Powell, 

A. Palmer k Bon, 

Brand & Fredendall, 

Geo. Shaw,.. 

T. H. Little, 



Furniture, 

Groceries, 

do 

Labor, 

Hardware and repairs,.... 

Gr.oceri98,.».»...*..^....^ 

filoorsi .k k 

Blackemithing, 

Steam fixtures and labor.. 

Lumber, 

Sweet potatoes, 

Whiting and glue, ••• 

ProTisions, , 

Butter, , 

Uurrent expenses, 



Amount. 



998 00 

28 64 

98 

140 00 
57 67 
82 46 
10 00 
16 77 

841 62 
82 12 



50 
78 



7 

5 

26 65 

65 80 

544 60 



$16, 469 2ft 



.(< 



430 



SUPERINTRNDBNT'S REPORT. 



To (he Board- of Truitecs : 

GSNTLIUSN :— In the history of a prosperoas school, do6 manj inoi- 
dents worthy of special meatioa occur in the coarse of a year; nor are 
new and important principles so frequently brought to light as to require, 
annual announcement of their disooverv ; moreover the affairs oF4he in- 
stitution have, by personal inspection, by monthly meetings, and by nu- 
merous informal consultations, been kept so closely under your observa- 
tion, that the report of its superintendent can not be supposed to add 
very much to your knowledge of its operations. It may, however, not be 
amiss for us all to bestow a few moments* consideration upon the charac- 
ter and the extent of the work in which we are engaged. 

In the act by which the institution was incorporated, the state declared 
its ''office and duty'' to be " to continue and maintain the school for the 
education of the blind, established at Janesville, and to qualify^ as far as 
may be, that unfortunate class of persons for the ODJoymeut of the bless- 
ings of a free government, obtaining the means of subsistence, and the 
discharge of those duties, social and political, devolving upon American 
citizens.^' 

The work thus marked out for us is one of no trifling magnitude, nor 
can its importance to those whom it is designed to benefit, be over-estima- 
ted. There can be few more pitiable beings upon earth than a blind per- 
son who has grown up in his darkness, without the blessings of an educa- 
tion. Incapable of engaging in the pursuits of the active, the convorsa- 
tion of the intelligent, or the employments of the refined, cut off from all 
the beauties of the visible world, shut up to a narrow range of trivial 
subjects of contemplation, he lingers on through miserable years in 
hopeless dependence upon private pity or public charity. That 
no such wretched creature should ever, throrgh any fault of hers, breathe 
the air of Wisconsin, the state has established this institution, and has 
laid it as a sacred duty upon us to devise, provide and apply every agenoy 
that may be necessary to avert such a misfortune. Without attempting to do 
for every one, all that mif^ht now and theai be effected for a single one, we 
are to keep before us no lower object than to make of the blind children 
assembled here, useful citisens — men and women who shall be esteemed 
and respected for what they are and for what they do, who, instead of 
burdening the community, may contribute to its improvement 



431 

Biitire suooees in this endearor inTolves the solation of many Tory 
difficult problems. Uoasnal proooBses must be fband and employed lo 
arouse and discipline the intellectual powers, and to store the ohamben 
of the mind with useful knowledge, many things which the seeing learn 
almost unconsciously, must be communicated to the Mind by ingenions 
and often^repeated explanations. They must be trained to follow in the 
dark, occupations that others pursue in the light. Objects and methods 
of manufacture must be discoTered where the cunning of the finger may 
competein the market with the keenness of the eye. Means must be pnm- 
ded for OTcrooming the obstacles to the prosecution of business. Oheerfniy 
hopeful, views of life and duty must be imparted to the despondent. Sound 
principles must be instilled, correct habits cultivated, veluable resources 
conferred and worthy efforts encouraged. The rigilance that opportunity 
cannot elude, the courage that difficulty cannot intimidate, the indusiry 
that weariness cannot overcome, the patience that adversity cannot des- 
troy—such are the qualities that we must strive to infose into the souls 
of those whom we are called upon <'to qualify for the discharge of those 
duties, social and political, devolving upon American citisens." 

All this, and more, we are ^*as far as may be" to perform. It would 
be false and idle to pretend that our efforts have, in all respects, been 
completely sncceesful. Difficulties still remain, upon which the ablejt of 
those who are connected with the education of the blind have vainly ex- 
erted their best endeavors. It is po^ible that fhey may mock the efforts 
of all for a long time to come } bnt those who are not disposed to keep 
them in mind and to tnake continued exertions to overcome themj have 
no call to participate in the mansgement of such institutions. 

In pasfiing, one may be porSiitted to remark that it is astonishing that 
the policy adopted in a few states, et committing to one institution the 
education ef both the blind and the deaf and dumb, could ever have been 
seriously thonght of. The founders of such institutions would seem to 
have thought that, because the blind and the deaf and dumb differ from 
other people, therefore they resemble each other; whereas, it is clear 
that the true difference between the two classes must be expressed by the 
sum of their respective differences from other men. Neither class has nearly 
so many wants in common with the other as it has in common with peo- 
ple that enjoy the usual number of senses. No other two classes of sane 
persons can be so widely difRsrent in their habits of thought and action 
or in their educational requirements. Their means of acquiring knowl- 
edge are as unlike as can be. The very fields of knowledge in which Ihey 
are to receive instruction are for a long while the most remote and dis*^ 
similar possible to conceive of; and they never become similar. The 
conduct in life for which each needs preparatfen, is very differetat from 
that of the other. No process of Instruction and no article of school ap- 
paratus adapted to one is suitable for the other. School rooms, play 
grounds and many of th^ pfovisons for healdiy comfort and safety, rei|oire 
to be differently arranged for each. Association as school mates is dm- 
agreeable to both and beneficial to neither. 

The education of either class abounds with difficulties. Until it is 
claimed that institutions for either have accomplished everything thai 



432 

it^if ^oers ai^d friends desire, is at too much to say that th« skilfiil 
A49»ii^i0<^rAtiop of AQ ipstitatioo for one, .will suffioiently tM: the eii«r^ei 
ol tl^9..ahleat s^periI^teDd6ot, •od |h^ full reallMtion of his hopes wiU 
abMdAutly rawaf d tkfi most ambitioas ? 

. !]f}^ oxpjQoa^ of carrying on aiM- institution for the two cUsses lyuiy 
T4f}( piCobaUy be a trifle less than that of oondaoting one for eaoh ; bat, 
if ,e^p^ iii^ example will only furnish An iUosirAtion of the rule that the 
oh^pest .firtiole is oommonly the poorest Friends of the blind haye 
tJve^offtest reason to regret the establishment of these oomposite instita- 
tiQ9S)i because, for obvious reasons, the interests of. the blind suffer great- 
fst)de(rimeat by them. 

Xh/eise views are supported by some experience in saahan institution, aAd 
ip^y I, perhaps, on that aceount, be deemed more worthy of qonsideration. 
li.i^ believed, also, that Bome confirmation of them might, if the means 
wef0 4^ hand, be derived from a oomparisen of the relative numbers of 
^f^f mutes and of the blind receiving instruction in states that support 
separate institutions, with the relative numbers of the same classes under 
instruction in states that support institutions for their peint benefit. 

Keturning from this digression^ to the consideration of the degree 
of ftuoeess that has crowned our endeavors to render the blind in- 
telUgent and prosperous members of sooiety, it should be said that if 
tb«ire does still remain somewhat to be attempted, there is yot good rea- 
se^ fer devout thankfulness to God ihat so much has been accomplished. 

In the matter of intellectual culture our suQcess warrants a feeling of 
gresit satisfaction. Our pupils make a steady and rapid progress. Their 
proficiency un^er our methods of instruction will compare favorably with 
thut of pupils in schools for the seeing. Probably there is no branch of 
useful knowledge, and no species of needful discipline that school 
ean give, which we may not confidently expect, to impart to the blind. 
Th€\y pursue here the j^nglish studies usually taught in our high schools 
sad aoademies. Almost every one manifests a creditable desire for 
knowledge and diligence in its pursuit. In soma cases it becomes neces* 
saiy to eheak the disposition to over-exertion. So far as an acquaint- 
aace with seienoe, or an ability to understand the questions of the da^ is 
ceac|emed, those who have graduated from the institution need not shnnk 
firom a comparison with their fellow eitisens. 

7be fondness of the blind for music is well known, and the attention 
gifea to this subject is well rewarded by the present and proapeotive 
pleeanre it oonfers upon the whole school, and by the prospect of future 
p^o^ttiary benefit to the few who possess more than the usual degree of 
mpeieal talent. 

3)he degree of success attained in the attempt to develop the elements 
of ic^aeter requisite for a sucoeseful performance of the active duties of 
Ufe,> cannot be ascertained by any being not oom potent to read the secrets 
of tne soul, and to foresee th^ exigencies of the future. Strong hopes of 
good results are cherished. If there should be a good many instances of 
failure, the experience could not be called peculiar to schools for the bliad. 

Ip regard to preparins our pupils for ** obtaining the means of suheiat- 
enoe,'* although a good deal remains to be done, yet much has been ac- 



• 438 

ooMplislled. A considerable number of tke male graduates of the iaaii- 
iatton ate known to be following nsefiil ooonpattons with fair suocess. 

Hiflierto ear faoiiitieB for carryinff on this, perhaps the most import«> 
«ttt^ branoh of onr operations, haye been so restridted as to confine our 
•ffdrts almost entireW to the young men who have been under sohool 
inelHtction* Witk the eompletion of the new shop, the institution may 
hope to enter «pon a new career of usefulness. A blind man who, before 
iosmff his sight, had ordinary skiM in the use of tools, ean, ih a few 
monUis, acauire the art of brobm^^making'-** businees .which seems, all 
things oonsidered, to be better adapted to di^ ciroimistanoes of Ae blind 
i«a comparaCiTely new state, than any other that has yet been tried. 
Theite are in the state (and no doubt will continue to be,) many grown 
men who have k»t their sight, and with it their meat s of suppbrty since 
reaching manhood. So far ae asaistanoe can be given to this class of per- 
sons without interfering with the working of the school, it should be 
liberally afforded. 

Although broom- making seems to be the best business now taught to 
the blind, it will, tko doubt, be well, when we haye room, to introduce some 
other trades, sucn as the weayin^ of oarpets, or making of mats and of 
baskets. In some cases it is possible diat one of these may be carried on 
to better advantage than the making of brooms. 

In the way of rendering the female members of the school self-support- 
ing membei's of society, the obstacles are of course far greater tnan in 
the case of the males, and until the difficulties connected with the general 
question of << Woman's Labor " have been overcome by some one of the 
philanthropists who have it under consideration, we need not feel ashamed 
to confess that these obstacles have thus far proved to be insuperable. A 
good deal has been done by giving them a Knowledge of various useful 
and ornamental arts, towards making them happy and useful in the homes 
which the kindness of relatives and friends may provide for then^, but 
not very much towards enabling them to fulW support themselves, 

Hie ipractice of the British institutions diflbrs considerably from that of 
institutions in this country, in regard to the relative amount of attention 
gtven to handiwork and to the study of science and literature. Thev give 
more attention to the former ; we devote more to the latter. It is doubt- 
fVil whether thb blind who have been taught in those schools meet with 
better success in getting a living, than our graduates. It is certain that 
the Ameirican plan makes the most intelliffent citizens. Which plan se- 
oures, on ^e whole, the greatest amount of happiness, is, perhaps, not so 
certain. 

Since the main body of this report was written, the reports in regard 
to: the numfatt> of blind persons in the state, made to the secretary of 
•tate by the»Dfficer« engaged in taking. the state census this year, nave 
been received for examination.. 

From fifteen oounties there are no returns. The entire number re* 
poried is 199. * There were in the institution whcfn the census was taken 
28 bKiid persoi^ whom the oflioers omitted to enroll witlx their families 
«l home. AddiBf their names to the Ust, the number will be 227. 

She populatiqn of the state is about 866,900. The fifteen counties 
28d«o 



434 # 

that do not report upon this sabject have a popuUtion o£ ab^ufe. 72,460. 
These 227 blind persons haye, therofore, . been found in a po|>iilaUmi of 
«bont 796,450. By the U. 8. ceasus of 1860, theve were 220 blind per* 
sons in ihe state, which then had a population of 775,881. The oenos 
of this year shows 1 blind person to 3,508; that of 1860 gfres Its 
3,526. These rados are so nearly equal as t^ exeite swrprise and to aAnd 
considerable presomptien in faror of the aoearaey of tbe enumerations 
from which they are derived. Neveirtheless, ijt is believed that in both 
cases the number given is much too smalL 

'. The upper line of the following table' is takefa from the D: 8. census 
reports for i860. It gives^ihe. number of blind persons of each sez,And 
of the yariouB ages specified, found at that time in Wisconsin. The Jower 
line has been prepared from the returns of the state census of this year. 
The 28 names mentioned above have^been properly disiiibuted and added 
to the reported number, in order thaA the table might correspond cerreelly 
with that of the U. 8. census. 





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' Whatever presumption the approzimate equality of the two ratios 
shown above, may have afforded for the accuracy of the twomeiumerations, 
will doubUess be destroyed by examination of the two tables, which are 
not more alike in their totals than unlike in their details. 

Some help towards a more correct estimate of the.number of the blind 
in the state may be derived from observing the number of those whb kave 
been members of the institution, whose names appekr upon the iTetums 
made this year. Of ike 95 persons who had been co»neoted with the 
•ehoe) as^pupils at the time the enumeration was made,* probably 7ft itirere 



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436 

liyingintbe state ; and elieir namaa would fall in the table between tHe 
agM of 10 and 40. Of these the offi^rt report the names of 28. Of tho 
Idi reported 72, or adding one-half of those whose ages areuakhown^ 74 
are stated to be 10 and under 40. If the. entire, vamber reported beazs 
the same ratio to the number that 28 does to 72, the offioers shotild have 
found 198 from 10 to 40 yean old, and 583 in all. About 1 in llohist 
be added to this to find the total number in the state, beciiuse the 15 exhub» 
ted eonnties oontain about onci^eleventh as mnoh* population up the otfter 
eottnties: f his will giYe 581 as the number of ifhe /bllsid in thei.whpU 

A list of young blind persons is kept at the institution. Thb is of 
eouree extremely defeetire, sinoe it ooniains the Munes of those only who 
may be heard of without attempting to eauTass the state thoreraghly. New 
names are added to this list every few weeks, and it contauiB nmny names 
not found in the official returns. In a single county one- third more names 
than were reported might be added from this list to the reported number* 

It is quite probable that 581 may be too large a number to giro as that 
of the blind in the state ; but it is greatly to be feared, that, if the true 
one could be ascertained, it would not fall below 500. 

It is important to realize the great number of blind persons in the«om» 
munity, iii order that our efforts to reach and benefit all for whom the in* 
stitution was designed, may not be relaxed, and also in order that we may 
haye some just notion of the magnitude of the work before us. One fifth 
of the blind in the state is probably not too high an estimate of the num*- 
ber of those who need the services of the institution. If 500 is not an 
oyer estimate of the entire number, this wo.uld give us 100 pupils if they 
were all gathered in. As the state grows the number will incresse ; sa 
that it wUi be but a few years before enlarged accommodations will be fe*> 
quired to enable us to receive all who may be expected to avail themselves 
of the advantages here ofiered to them. 

During the year there has been but one change in the corpd of resi- 
dent officers. In July last, Miss Lord resigned the position of principal 
teaeher, in which she had labored with much interest for two yeaiSy and 
soon after embarked for the Sandwich Islands, to engage in another 
sphere of labor. Her place has been taken by Miss S. A. Watson. 

Both teachers and senolars are deserving of much credit for the large 
amount of work performed during the year. It is'in the highest degree 
gratifying to be able to speak of the continued excellent behavior of the 
soholarsy and of the seal and harmony with which the whole household 
have co-operated to promote the interests of the school. 

The health of the school has been better than in previous years. Dur* 
ing the winter Vre always had considdrable, and usually some serious, sick- 
ness among pupils who had been home £o spend the Christmas holidays. 
Last year (the school was not suspended at. that time, and the result of the 
experiment was most satisfactory. The witehful oare of the matron has 
oontributed very much to the general healthfulness of the school. 

In the course of the term ending in June, the following classes 
were taught : in reading, two ; in spelling, two ; in arithmetic, four ; 
in geography, two ; in grammar, writing, algebra, mensuration, history 



486 

of the United Statee, etymology^ rhetoric and mental phileeephj, one 
eaoh. Some elaaaes of the youageet pupib were also taug^it in ariih* 
metic and geography, by aome of the older papUe. Oompoaition and dee* 
lamaiion were abio attended to. 

Thb term, we hare in reading, two olasaea ; in apelkng, two; in arith- 
metio, five ] in geography, three ; in grammar, writing, history, algebra 
and natural philosophy, one each. 

The operations of the musical and of the work departments have been 
kept up throughout the year as usual, except that since the beginning of 
the present term, we have been compelled to suspend broom makings for 
want of a place in which to carry it on. 

The financial condition of the work department will be seen to be pros* 
perous; by the following statement, which shows a profit realised during 
the year of $441 13 : 



OlBLS* WOUK OSPABTHSNY. Ihr. 

1864, Sept. 1. To manafaotiired artioles en hand,.. $112 80 

»...do...«. materials on hand. 117 78 

do •....•bills reovWable, •»* 2 10 

1865, Sept. 1. To materials purohased daring year, 168 86 

;do payments to girls for work, 9 68 

9460 12 



SlELS' WOBK DkPABTMKMT, CV. 

1866, Sept. 1, by maaofaetared artioles on hand, $126 fiO 

•••— ...^o materials on hand, .^ - 141 07 

do receipts ih>m sales,... ^ 306 80 

Mdo tidies, fto., &o., made for house, 7 25 



$580 21 



Balance, •• $180 00 



If the value of sewiog done for the house could be estimated and credit 
ed, aa it might fairly be, this balance would be considerabl^y increased. 



Bbooh Shop, j)r. 

1864, Sept 1, to brooms on hand, «.i'.. .* ^ $818 00 

•.•«.......ao tools do : 100 00 

do materials,. ..do 291 10 

.do ....bills reoeiTabl^ 97 00 

1M5, Sept 1, to materials bengal during year, 419 50 

$1.235 78 



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1806, Sept. 1, by brooms on hand, ». $80 



.«do...i.«.'..toolt do». 76 00 

.«.Jo—o«.i*inAtemlt,.. ^ 147 90 

...•io.».......baiB roo«iv»bU, HH 84 

...do ».^recoipt8 from salet) 1,05^ 8ft 

,...do brooms used, 16 00 



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Add bftlfMioe from abovo,. 



l^otal balance in faTor of department,. 



H, 476 82 

¥860 04 
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Of tbe amount of the bills receivable 994 34 is the amount of a h>t of 
bad bills made in the oonrse of the last nine jeaA. Probal^Iy Nothing 
will ever be realized from them ; and they may as ^A\ be left ont of the 
acoonnt hereafter. 

The nnmber of pupils at the beginning of the year vras fifty. Since then, 
six haye left school, and eight nave entered. ThjB membership, there* 
fore, for the year is fifty-eight, and at the present date is fifty-two. The 
average monthly attendance for the year has been greater than that of 
any previous year, although the total number of pupils is one less than it 
was last year. Two otiher pupils are daily expected, and several adults 
are desirous of entering the institution as soon as the new shop is ready 
for occupation. 

He enumeration of the blind, made in connection with the recent state 
census, will no doubt facilitate efiforts to find and bring into school a oon- 
siderab}e number of blind children. A larger membership may, fhereftyre 
be expected in the ensuing year tiian ever before. 

The following table shows the number of pupils reported for each year 
of the existence of the insiitutton : 



XUXBKS. 

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IN ATTKfBilMOE. 




raoM 


TO 


8 


Oct. 1,1880 


Jan. 11.1861 


9 


Jan. 11, 1861 


Deo. 18, 1861 

Dee. 80, 1862 

.•••...•«Deo. 81. 1868 





Dee. 18,1861 


18 


Dec. 80. 1862 


16 


Deo. 81. 1868 


.......••Dec^ 81. 1864 


14 


Deo. 81, 1864 


Deo. 81.1866 


19 


Deo. 81, 1866 


Dec. 81. 1866 


20 


Deo. 81.1866 


Oet. 1,1867 


mnum^mmAmmm 


Oot. 1. 1867 


....«.*. iiOtt. 1, loOo 
OoL 8, 18^ 


27 


^••••■OstM 1« XoOOaftttsaa 




-..••Oot 6, 1869 


Oct. 1,1860 


42 •.. 


......Oct. 1,1880 


Oot. 1,1881 


60 


Oct. 1,1861 


Oct. 1,1862 


64 


...*...Oet. 1.1803 


*•«■*« ftA% FSwb Mm m tWIv 


69... 




.........Oet 1.1864 


68 


......Ooi. 1,1884. — 


Oot 1,1866 



438 

In the managemoDt of an institution of this kind, it will not da (o lose 
sight for an instant of its grand purpose, whioh is to fit iti pvpiU for 
leading taefiU and happy liv£$ among their follow men. To effect this^ 
pains most be taken that they shall not, by beooming too strongly attached 
to modes of life whioh differ considerably from those by whioh they will 
hereafter be surrounded, lose sympathy with other people and interest in 
the ordinary pursuits of life, and also that no agencies shall unneces^ 
sarily act upon them tending to render them unlike their fellow men. 

Now life in any boarding school differs from that of an ordinary family, 
and in an institution for the blind, where all arrangements are mad^ with 
reference to their peculiar condition, the difference becomes very con- 
siderable. It is frequently the case, that blind persons become so attached 
to institution life as to part from it with great reluctance, and to look 
back to it with feelings which diminish the happiness they should enjoy 
at. home. This is to be regretted, and it should be prevented, if it can be 
without impairing the usefulness of the school. 

Not only is it true that the outwA'd circumstances in which a blind 
person's life is passed while at school are peculiar, but it is a fact of still 
greater importance, whioh a little reflection upon the consequences of blind- 
ness reveals, that the blind person himself is peculiar. He is an unusual 
spocimen of the race. We may not be able to trace or to express the 
influence that vision has exerted and is exerting upon all our mental 
atates and operations; but it is clear that if one were to be deprived 
at once of all that has, in consequence of the possession of this sense, 
eitered into his mental structure, the result would be to subtract a very 
large and valuable portion of his knowledge, and to strike out of every 
mental operation a very important factor. He could no longer act of 
think as he did before or as others were ^till doing ] and all his efforts to 
regain what he had lost would be perfectly ineffectual. It is plain too, 
that the best thing for him, next to restoring to him the influences of sight, 
would be to have his mind influenced as much as possible by othor minds 
in which there should be no such unnatural and deficient condition. 
Bringing him under the inflnenoo of others affected like himself would 
serve only to intensify and augment the evils from which he suffered. 
This supposed condition is the actual one of all persons who were bom 
blind, and bears more or leas resemblance to that of any blind person. 
The blind, then, ought not to be kept unnecessarily congregated together. 
The action oi Providence in scattering them hero SkUa. there among the 
community, so that each is subjected to the influence of hundreds of peo<« 
pie perfectly endowed with bodily senses, is in this respect the wisest pos* 
siUe ; and every interference with it should be conducted with great cau- 
tion. What then ? Most we leave them where Providence has placed 
them? Certainly not; for the evils of ignorance are a hundred«fold worse 
than that which we are considering. For the sake of the great advantages 
which cannot be conferred at home, they must be assembled in school, 
bat while we strive to benefit them, we must take the utmost care to di- 
minish as much as possible tbe effects of counteracting influences. 

The proper ooarse would seem to be, to divide the period of school life 
into two (or perhaps more) portions^ and to have pupils spend the interval 



48»' 

il^ome in ike midst of the usual flceaes «ad ooonrrdaces of famiily life, 
and under tWiniuMioe of those minds only Aat operate nohnallyk. 
vlBhat there 4ire other more or less powerftil influenoes tending to thwart 
our efforts for our pupils* good, which operate with greater e&eiiTenesB 
within an institution estabnshed for them than elsewhere, is only too well 
known to all who have long been engaged in this work. It will not be 
necessary to speak of .them here, however, al&ough arguments derived 
from their existence would tend to strengthen the conclusion drawn from 
the consideratioDB presented above. 

The same conclusion is also sometimes drawn from the fact that such a 
course affords opportunity for thosd who have entered school quite young, 
to retain their connection with, and derive benefit from the school, until 
they are old enough to take part in the active duties of life. It also 
gives scholars an opportunity to test the value of acquirements already 
made, and to form a correct judgment as to their future wants. 

In accordance with such views, eight of our pupils are spending the 
present term of school at home. It is believed that in their circumstan*- 
ces they will find the year as beneficial to them as any that they have 
spent in school. 

From this arrangement, the rest of the school are deriving a great in- 
cidental advantage in the improved classification which we are able to 
make. Most of those who are away are among our most advanced pu- 
pils, and the services of a teacher would be required almost entirely for 
their benefit, if they were present. This labor is now devoted to a larger 
number of younger pupils. When the absent ones return to school they 
will find that otibers have overtaken them, and they can be classed to- 
gether. The school was never before so well arranged for meeting the 
necessities of new pupils as at present. 

Beligious services have been neld as heretofore, in the hall of the in- 
stitution on Sunday afternoons throughout that portion of the year in 
which the school is in session. For conducting these we are under great 
obligation to various ministers of different denominations, resident in 
Janesville or casually present in the city. These services are very hi^- 
ly appreciated, and their influence upon the school is most salutary. We 
have no other reward for these friends than thanks ; but He who, when 
He was on earth, forgot not the blind in his ministrations of mercy, has 
witnessed their kindness and will reward it at last with the words " Inas- 
much as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye 
have done it unto me." 

Thanks are due also to the publishers of the following papers, which 
have been sent to the institution during the year, without charge. They 
will confer a valued favor by continuing the practice : 

Weekly Bontintl, BtUwaukee. 

Semi-Weekly WiBoonsin, do 

Weekly State Journal, Madison. 

The New Covenant,.. , Ghioago. 

The€resoont, AppleUm. 

The Advocate, Green Bay. 

The NorthweBtem Christian AdTooaie, Chioage. 

The Paritan,.. MUwankee. 

The little Corporal, Chicago. 



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The SmithBoniaii institatioii^ at WaihiDgtaa, lias reodeMd ub iMfil 
assistamxe in tiiA.ezohaii^e of reperU with European iaBtttationa. 

We are also «ader obligation to Messn. Smith & Boatwioky of ilua tUjf 
for. a Tainable.preBent of dry goods. 

: Reepeetfolly, 

T. H. MTTIiB. 
Jahsstilli, Oct'. 1, 1865. 



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CATALOGUE OF PUPILS. 



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Name. 

Flora F. Winslow, 

Dorathe^ Liclitenberg^ . 

John ^iB9^oiFj 

Eliza 7( 

Emma 4 .^ IJ^elidall, 

Iiodema 

Maroalia P. Raleigb, 

Haniat E. Bradford, 

Paul B. Klanseh, 

Maria Soott,- 

William Albreoht, 

George D. Aduns, 

Mary 0. Donahne, 

Caroline Anderson, 

Mary Greanyi*. •••••' 

Prederioka H. Bnbin, 

William P. Bellangee, 

Eliza M. Crandall,^ 

Lovisa 8. Elatte, 

IioniB E. K. Klatte r. ... 

Bngene L. Hiteheoek,.. 

Jomi Cowler, 

Marion B. Stagei.. 

Frank Kings, , 

George Sohorb, 

Lqey A. Little, 

Adeline Utley,^ 

Mary M. Easley, 

Obarles ETane, 

Frits Ilngsheid, 

Sidelia KeUey,. 

Jacob B. Lewison,.. 

Francis M. Batman, 

Mary L. Boper, 

Sarali M. Felt,.. 

Matilda L. Alleott, 

George W. Irisli,.. 

Okarles D. Qilscn, 

Bamilda Wottli, ..••• 

Jokn Kirst, 



Residence* 



Kenosha county,. 

Dodge do 

Fond da Lac. .do:.... 

Jeifcrson do 

Fond dn Lac. ..do .... 

Marquette do 

Walworth do 

Dane do 

Jefferson........do 

Rock. do 

Racine do 

Grant do 

Crawford do 

Rock. do 

Grant do 

Dodge ..do 

Milwaukee .....do 

Dodge.... do..... 

Jefferson .do 

..••.do... •••.••••.do 

Juneau do 

Marquette do 

Fond da Lac.do 

Milwaukee —••do 

Racine do*.... 

Rock do 

Green Lake. ...do 

Lafayette do 

Walworth do 

Grant. ..do 

Dodge do 

Dane do.«t.. 

Bank. do 

Dodge.*..«».«««Mdo*«*«.' 

Dodge... do 

Milwaukee do 

Rock. do 

Dane. do 

Bank ..do 

Washington— .do 



Cause of 
3Undneat. 



Accident. 

gaallPox. ,. 
easles. 
Liflammation. 
Indammation. 
Congenitid. 
Congenital. 
Amaurosis. 
Inflammation. 
Congenital 
Inflammation. 
Scarlet Ferer. 
Inflammation. 
Congenital. 
Amaurosis. 
Small Pox. 
Amaurosis. 
CongenitaL 
Congenital. 
Congenital. 
Congenital. 
Scarlet Ferer. 
Scroftda. 
Inflammation. 
Inflammation. 
Inflammation. 
Accident. 
Inflammation. 
Inflammation. 
Inflammation. 
Congenital. 
Inflammation. 
Accidentp 
Scrofiola. 
Accident. 
Amaurosis. 
Unknown. 
Amaurosis. 
Inflammation. 
CongenitaL 



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Catahgne t/ Pfspils — continued. 


. 


Name. 


Besidence. 


Caose of 
BUndnosfS. 


8. F. A. Weston 


La Crosse. ....eoontyi.. 

Xowa.. ...... ••do...... .....a 


Cataraei. 


John Allan 




Gharies Hartle..... 


Portage do 




William 0. Allen... 


Illinois, 




Manr J. VandaffiifL* 


Lafajeite.....eoimijr, ;. 

Waakesha......do ••••• 




Charles M. Frasier. .* 


Entropion. 


Adelaide Hathaway 


Dodge- do .•••• 


Anmista Buth • 


Idilwankee do 


Inflammation. 


K11<a1>et-h lf0Sl0fllkV......r..r..t.t-t-TrTr -r- 


Manitowoo do 


Unknown* 


Edward B. Sneer. •••• 


Rock. do 


Searlet FeTor. 


N. Gertmde Vanslrke... 


TremneleauM...do ••• 




Philin WentteL.. 


Milw.nk#ft do 


Inflammation. 


M. Kate Bnrrouffhs 


Bock ••••.• do •••• 




Oeonre Stuemofiir. *. 


Columbia do.. •••• 


Congenital. 


Mary Ar Morikii.......'...........'.........i..... 


H Iwaukee do 


WilhAlmififL Meflenberir 


Dodffe .do. 


Tnflammaiionr 


Hnffh Dnrland. ,,,. r........... 


Green Lake. ....do ...••• 


Sntvopion. 
Cataraei. 


Conrad TroDer, 


Dodge do 



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ADMISSION OF PUPILS. 

Avy perion wishiag to make apvlibation for tiM ftdmisdion of a ptfpil 
into ueinBtitation, mtuit address' tJie saperintendeiit) giving defintte and 
Initlifal answers to tiie following onestions, viz : — > 

Isl. Wlutt aie the names and post office address of the parents or 
gaardians of the person for whom application is made ? 

2d. Are snoh parents or guardians legal resident* of the state of 
Wisoensin? 

3d.' What are lihe natae and age of the person for whom application 
IB made? 

4tb. At what age did he or 'she become blind, and from what cause ? 

5th. Is he or she of sound mind, and sosceptible' of intenectoal cnl- 
tare? 

6th. Is he or she free from bodily deformity and all infections dis-» 
eases? 

7th. What are his or her penonal habits and moral character ? 

Upon the receipt of snoh applioation by the superintendent, the appli- 
oant will be notified as to whether or not tho person in question will be 
admitlied, and noimemujit be sent to the institution until suoh notifioalioa 
ahalt have beeu reeeived. 

No person of imbecile or unsound mind, or of oonftnaed immoral ohar- 
acter, will be knowingly received into the institution ; and in case any per- 
son shall, after a ih^ trial, prove inoompetent fot'iiseftd instmeUonyOf 
disobedient to the wholesome regulations of the institution, suoh pupil will 
be thereupon di^Dharged. 

No charge is made for the boarding and instruotton of pupils ftom At 
state of Wisoonsia; but all are expected to oome previded with anade- 

Siate supply of good, comfortable slothing^ which must be replenished 
om time to time, as it becomes necessary. 

The stock of 'olbthing sfcould embrace suitable urtioles for both summer 
and winter, and a sufficiSant number of each kind to admit of the necessary 
chances for washing and repairing. 

All of the olothmgrmust be sent in good condition, not only upon the 
first entrance of the pupil, but also at each subsequent return from home, 
after the vacation. 

Baoh article shovld also be disltnotly marked with the owner's name or 
initials, in order to prevent confusion or loss. 

A small sum should be deposited with the superintendent for oooasion- 
al expenses. 

It is important that new pupils should enter upon their term of 
instruction at the commencement of a session ; and it is expected of 



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all others that thoy shall be present at the opening of the school, and re- 
main until it closes, on the last day of the session, unless prevented from 
doing so by sickness or other emergency. It is also expected that timely 
arrangements will be made for the departure of ever^ pupil from the In- 
stitution within a few days after the close of each session. 

All letters to the pupils should be addressed to the care of the Insti- 
tution, in order to insure their prompt reception. 

From ten to fourtctn if the most favorable a^.fbr entering the Insti- 
tution, provided tibe pupils have judicious care and training at home, prior 
la iiiAt age. But as tltts is, not alw^ <Ji& ^aae, lai aa thera aie »any 
whto i€»e their sight afkr tfaaii«ge ; or, liavtng Ust it eatrlier, do not' find 
an opportunity of going to schAoJ at the proper tifke^ the regolatioAi of 
the laetitvtioB allow olthe admission of all proper sul^eots who are not 
under eight or abov4 twenty*«one years of age. 

It vast be borne in nodnd, however, by the friends of. blind children, 
that though they have the privilege of sending them to the InstitatMft-at a 
kter penod. than the one mentioned as the beat, yet it is of the highest 
importance that they should be sent within said period ; for, as they grow 
oImTi their neglected powers- lose their Baaeeptibility for oultivationi r^n* 
dering the training more and more difficult, until they beoome whoUjr io** 
capacitated for receiving such an education as will fit them for a Itfe of 
uaefnlAesB, independenee and happineas. It is not aneommon to wiiiiiass 
results of this kind, arising out of the morbid tenderness with whirii a 
blind child is firequenily regacded by bis fiisnde, rendering theoL un- 
wiUine to entrntt him, at tha propet a^d, ta Ihe care of strangers^ lest 
some hamn should be&U lusni Indeed, every ^earfs«tperieBeo but eervea 
to indioate more dearly^ the lunealable ptevaleiiee oftUa unjust negbot ; 
as there are constantly applying for admission into the Mverai institttieBS 
of thue oeutttry, these whose melanohoiy lot ie to lead a Ufa of hopeless 
ignoranee and dependenee^ bniwho might, wilh preper trailing in early 
youU^have becone happy aad uaefbl members of -sifMiieiyy maintaining 
themaelvee oomfor^bly and restpeotably. 

The term of instruction is not limited to any definite number of yeara, 
but ia 'determined in each individual oaee, by tlie Mc^nxementa of the pu- 
pil and : Qonaequeaft fitaeaa for gi adnating. The length of each one's 
term wilt of eouise depend upon hia aptness to learn, and the extent of 
the course to be pursued. 

Theieeisien of the InstitutuA oommenees on tike first Monday of Septem- 
ber in ea^h year, and oloses on the last Wednaaday in June foUowing ; 
leaving a vacation of more than two moatha, during which time the pupUs 
hftVOf an, opportunity of visiting their homes and repkaJriiing their cloth* 
iuff. 

Parents of blind children are cordially invited to visit the Insititntiou, 
Aat 4hey may decide from their own obaervatiou whedber it is beat toaand 
them here. 

JUl poisons are> requested to Bend the namea abdaddreaiae of bUad 
children of their acquaintance to the superintendent. 



FOURTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT? 



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TBUSTEES OF THE WISCONSIN INSTrrUTE 



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EDUCATION OF THE DEAF AND DUMB, 



FOB THE YEAR 1866. 



2V> Mt ExceUetuy, Jamks T. Lxwis, 

GovtmoT of the State of Wucon$in : ^ 

I havd the honor of presentioe you herewith the foarteenth annual re- 
port of the Board of Trustees of the Wisconsin Institute for the Bdnea« 
tion of the Deaf and Dumb. 

N. M. HABRINGTON, 

Secretary, 
DlLiVAN, Wis., Oct. 22d, 1865. 



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LIST OF OFFICERS' 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

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Riv. A. L. CHAPIN, 
Hov. A. H. BARNES, 
Hov. 0. D. LONO, 
Hov. SALMON THOMAS, 
Col. H. L. BLOOD, 
Hov. H. LATHAM, 
N. M. HARRINGTON, Ebq., 
][<». WILLABP I9HAM, 
{ H63I. WILLIAM G. ALLEN. 



OFFICERS OF THE BOARD. 

Hov. SALMON THOMAS, PretidmU 
N. M. HARRINGTON, Secretary. 
W. AUG. RAY, Treoiurer. 



INTELLECTUAL DEPARTMENT. 



H. W. MILLIGAN, A. M., M. D., Principal, 

H. PHILLIPS, 

Z. G. MoCOT, 

J. A. MoWHORTER, A. M., 

L. EDDT, k. M., 

Mist E. EDDY, 



Itfetructore. 



DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT. 

Mb8. W. a. mills, AeaUtant Matron and ffoueeieepcr 

G. H. BRIGG8, PhyaieUm. 

H. W. MILLIGAN, Steward, 

S. M. PARISH, Aeeittant Steward. 

M188 M. J. ADAMS, Matr<m and Eounkt^ar, 



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RULES OF ADMISSJOJJ OF PUPILS, ETC. 

1. All tie deaf and dumb of the state, between the ages of twelve and 
twenty-five years, are entitled to ao edtioatieb, without charge for board 
or tuition, in this institution, upon com^diance with the rules. No oer^ 
tificate of any kind is requirea for admiBsion. Persons, however, desirous 
of placing a pupil in the school, ^hpuld write to the superintendent, in- 
forming him of the nam^^ affo,^nd residence of the mute ; the oause, if 
known, of deafness, &».' :Tne superintendent wiil 'immediately answer, 
stating the time when the 'pupil will be received. This course is, in all 
oases, recommended, though none will be refused ^ho come at the com- 
mencement of the session. Applications in behalf of persons, more or 
less than the required age, will be considered by the trusteeft, who reserve 
to themselves the right to accept or reject such applicants, as they may 
deem just and proper. 

2. Pupils from other states are received at a rate of one hundred doK 
lars per annum, for board aii4 tuition. 

8. The length of the coutse of instruction is five years ; and that the 
students may become more proficient in their studies, they are allowed 
and advised to remain one vear more. At the end of six years, the su- 
perintendent may seleot such pupils as he may consider would be partic- 
ularly benefited by oootinuing longtor at school ; and if approved by ^e 
board of trustees, they shall be permitted to remain an additional year. 

4. Pupik will be admitted on the foUowine conditions : 1st. The pu'* 
pil, well provided with clothes, is to bo, brought to the institution punc- 
tually, at the commencement of each session, for the period of five years, 
unless detained at home bv his or her sickness. 2d. The pupil- is to re« 
main in the school until the last Wednesday in June of each year. 3d. 
No parent, or guardian shall be allowed to take a pupU out of. the school 
without the consent of !the board of trustees. , 

5. It is the intention of the trusteed to render the institution eelt- 
supporting, as far as practicable, and that every pupil, on leaving its 
walls, shall be so proficient in some useful occupation, or trade, as tobe 
able to-proeure % Hvefihood, without relianoe ob the efaaihiee df otbars: 
In accordance with thife <ksaga all thrsehokra will be reMired io labor m 
portion of each day ; the girls performing the lighter kinds of housework, 
and in various kinds of needlework, aa,plain pewing, ornamental work, 
dressmaking, or mjUinery, &c. ] and the boys at various trades, the neoes** 
sa^ work about the iiiat|tution/aitd the cultivation of the farm Sii^d garden. 

o. The annual sespicms of ^tl^e school continue ten montha, commenc- 
ing on the first Wednesday in $eptembe]|,,;and closing on the last Wednes- 
day of June. Every pupil is to come promptly on or before the first day 
of the semdoiifiand la tarteaiu uiiti)«^ihe.[aat< of the umsu The only 
exceptions allowed m oaie»of aiofclctos^ior where lettveof aleenoeriil 



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writing has been granted, either by the Principal, or in case of the ab- 
Benoe of the Principal, the Professor to whom he has delegated the power. 

7. No pupil, umeBS under extraordinary circumstances, can be reoeiyed 
at any other time than the commencement of the session. 

8. Parents and guardians are required, if possible, to furnish annually, 
to e^ch pupil, the %)UoifiDg supp^jt^of clotSnng i 



FOB MALB PUPILS: 



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WINTEE .qLOTHING. . r. 

2 or 8 coats, " 1 pa!^ of boots, ' 

2 OY S Teste, - * " . 2 pairs of shees, 

2 or 8 pairs of pantalodm, . 2 hats^ or 1 hat and 1 dap, 

6 sbictB, 3 pairs ef draWeif,. „ 

2 flamiel shirts, . 2 psirs of mitteas or j|loTes. 

5 pairs of socks, 

Also, for small boys, three or four check or gingham sacks or aprons. 

SUMMER CLOTHING. 

2 coats, 2 pairs of psnlalooas, 

2 tesU, * I palm-leaf hat 

i . . . ADDITIONAL ARTICLES. . 

-2 iYory combs, 2 pdrs of snspsflders, 

2 pains wooden comhs, 4 psoket haadkBrohisfs. 



FOR FEMALE PUPILS. 

3 or 4 calico dresses, 2 night gowhs, ' 

2 woolen or worsted dresses,. 3 pairs of shoes an^ 1 pair rubbers, 
1 Sunday and 1 sun boniiet, 3 or inore changes of underclothing, 

4 pocket h'dkerchiefs, and 1 hood) 2 woolen saoki^ (dolored) or 2 cottoti 

3 pairs of summer, stockings^ .' flannel tinderwaist^. 

4 pairs of winter stockings. 

Instead of the sacks/ Uitla girls might be pronded witli aprons wiih 
long sleetas; and made to /come up well on the neoki 



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ADDITIONAL AftTICLib, ' 

1 Shawl or cloak, 1 Pair of mittens, 

1 Ooaree and 2 irojry combs, 1 Btait brush, ' 

2 Hair combs. 
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In addition to die abofa ouifit^ a sum «f not kss than 98 is to be 
4eposited! with the superintendent for incidental expeotew. 



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9. It is nol intended that the clothing should be of an expensive kind. 
For boys' winter apparel, plain, home-made cloth is sufficiently good. 
For summer wear, country linen will answer for pants, with some kind of 
dark goods or prints for coats and Tests. Light-colored cloth should 
not be used for the boys' outside garments — it qoils so readily and re* 
quires so much washing. Girls' calico dresses may be made of a cheap 
article, which wiU not fade ; and while for older girls, at least one pair of 
morocco shoes should be furnished, one or both the other pair should be 
of good calfskin. On all articles of olothbg which it is possible to mark, 
the full name of the pupil should be written with indelible ink. . For iock$ 
and iooolen articla^ the name can be written on strong, heayy tape,.'a|id then 
sewed on. The woolen $ack$ and ponton ficmml tmdertoquiM^ included in 
the list of clothing for female pupils, are very necessary in cold weather^^ 
not only for comfort, but as preventlYes of colds and ooughs. Dresses 
for winter should always be made to eome up well on the neck. Each 
pupil should be supplied with a trunk or chest. 

iO. Those persons bringing pupils or taking them away, eaonot be 
furnished with Doard^ lodging oi norse -keeping at the institution. 

11, All business letters, or letters of inquiry in regard to pupils in 
the institution, or those whom it may be designed to place there, should 
be addressed to 

H. W. MILLIGAN, A. M., M. P., Peincipal 

Of the IiiMtitutefor th4 Dtafamd Dumb, 

Del AVAN, ' Wrsco58ijr. 



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RBEORT OF THE BOARD OF TliUSTEES. 



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To the MQuarahle the LegMatart of the State e^ WistoHmi 

•Olim*L£U£N : — In subtaaitiiiig to' j^onr Ihoiierablti body the fourteenth 
linnbftl report of the Board of Trustees ^f die^^^iseonsin Ii^titate for 
ih^ Education of the Deaf and ba^b, it Is deitne^ hot inappropYiate io 
refer eomei^kat in detail ta its earrty hist^y andi 'subseqttent growth, to- 
gethet&with its present • oo^ndiHoti, and the neeeSsary feg!|;!ktion for its 
futard nsefotlneess and p^nnanent- prosperity. '\ , 

The Institute tfor the Ednoation of thia Deaf aad Datzlb tras or^nfzed 
by an 'act of the legislatmre^ passed April l&th,1^52. lb June following, 
the Board of Trusteies organized, when ^' measures Were taken to pbtain 
a suitable location for the Institute bttil^ings, An ajipropriation of 
$1,000 a year, for three years, was made, by the act of incorporation, for 
the construOtion of a proper bulHing ;' and also tlie^sum of 9500 was ap- 
propriated by the legislatuxe, ^or the support of the school."' 

The object Of the Institute, by the act of incorporation, is declared to 
be ^^ to continue and maintain a school for the education of the deaf and 
dumb^ at the tillage of D^elavan', 4nd to qualify as far as may be that un^* 
fortunate class of persons for the enjoyment of the blessings of free gov- 
ernm:nt, obtaining the means of pubsi^^tence, and the discharge of those 
duties, social and political, devolving on American citizens.'' 

The vhole number of scholars that haye attended the Institute since 

its organization is 172 

Whole number now in school 81 

Whole number that have left the school since its organization, 91 



Scholars. 



Annual 
Increase. 



In 1862 there were in school 8 

1868 do 14 6 

1864 do 81 21 

1856 do 84 18 

1866 do 4« 15 

1867 do I .- 56 10 

•1868 do 62 

1869 do 79 29 

1860 do 87 12 

1861 do 86 5 

1862 do 88 18 

1868 do 89 19 

tl864 do ^ 80 

1865 do 91 21 



164 
In school first ywr 8 



*New tcholars caUlogued in 1869. tNo new class taken in. 



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. , I'he fi|rattraport^q](f^,tlifU thfLreweire eight scholars ia atjte;ad^^f ;/ and 
for thersuppor^of ithq ^c^pol t'.^ sccojQd jear,:th^ boa^d of, trustees a8Lkc\d 
an appropriation of $1,500. Sicc^.tbat timo the institnitp has beeA stead- 
iljigroirij^g ;^nd i^ni^weifipg th^ purposes; for which it was founded. Pur- 
log ^he p^st jefr ninety^one pup)l» have bee^ in school.- Eightj^one ^re 
ttow in attei^dJVWJQ. . . : . ^ . , 

The trustees fe^I a just pride in poxnparing the deaf and dumbasyliim 
of this state ^ith any similar institution iu our country ; this opuiiQn.Js 
fully corroborated by visitQrs ^nd instructors from the deaf and du^qb 
asylums of several of the eastern and western staies. 

There has been expended during the past-year ijie sum of $17,477' 9Sv 
• For the mpde.and manner in which this sum has been ezpeaded, yo9 are- 
referred ip the : treasurer^ secretary and steward^s reports, published 
herewith, , . j 

Ther« ia due from thp state, of the appropriation of 1865, the sum pf 
49|000, with which the trustees hope to (:e able to meet the current ^- 
peiUiiies until the close of the steward's (financial year, ending March lf|t, 
1866, 

For the health and sanitary condition of the pupils for the past year, 
you are referred to the report of the physician to the institute. 

On the 3d of last February, Mr. J. S. Officer, principal and steward of 
.the institute, was removed by death. Mr. Officer had been at the head oi 
, the institute for. the past eight years. At a meeting of the board of 
trustees after the decease of Mr. Officer, an executive committee wa»' 
elected to take charge of the n^anagement of the institute ; under the su^ 
pervision of its ohairman, Hon. William C. Allen^ the a^irs of the insii- 
tution continued with uninterrupted harmony and prosperity. At ike 
public examination, held in June last, five or the scholars, having com- 
pleted the full course of studies prescribed by the laws, were awa^rded 
diplomas. 

On the 18th day of January last, a committee of three of the trustees 
was appointed <* to take such action as they might deem necessary for 
procuring a suitable person to take charge of the institution as prinoipnU" 
On the 25th day of March, this committee were instructed ^' to visit snob 
similar institutions of other states as they might deem advisable, and per- 
sonally see the different persons whose names nad been suggested for prLp- 
cipal." . This committee consisted of Bev. and Hon. H. C. Tiltqn, JHon. 
A. H. Barnes, and Hon. Willard Isham. The committee visited tl^e 
Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York deaf and dumb asylums. On 
the 10th day of July the board of trustees adopted a resolution inviting 
H. W. Milligim, 31. D., connected with the deaf and dumb asvlum of 
Philadelphia, to the principalship of the Wisconsin institute for the edu« 
cation of the deaf and dumb. iJr. Milligan, after visiting the institute,, 
accepted the invitation, to take effeot September 1st, 1865. From the * 
limited experience ike trustees have had with the new principal, they be- 
lieve the state has secured a man well fitted for the responsible duties de- 
volving upon him. He has had nine years experience in teaching the ' 
deaf and dumb in Philadelphia. This, together with other varaaMe' 
qualifications, fit him for the head of such an institution. 



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AU tlie old instraetors are still connocted with the institute. The 
trustees are well pleased wi.'h the manner in which 9II conneeted with it 
have discharged their respective dutiea. 

In the last annual report the trustees did not urge kn appropriation for 
the erection of the west ti ansverse and lateral wings, for &e reason that 
no new class would be received in the fall of 1864, and a still greater rea- 
son that our state was heavily taxed to raise and fit out volunteers to aid 
in putting down the rebellion, threatening the very existence of the gov- 
ern ment. Happy for us all^ the trustees need not remain silent any long- 
er for these causes. The rebellion is ended — our government vindicated 
^nd established on a firmer basis than ever. ' 

The wants of the deaf and dumb arc now, more room. This fall a new 
class of 21 pupils has been received, and others are still seeking for ad* 
mission. Shall they be turned away for want of room ? The present 
buildings are taxed to their utmost capacity, to aecommodate those al- 
ready in school. A casual visit to the institute will satisfy the most 
skeptical, that the health and well being of its inmates require more room. 
To ycur honorable body we never appealed in vain, and therefore we feel 
confident your response will be equal to our necessities. We speak for a 
class unable to speak for themselves and make their wants known. We 
ask for one moment's reflection on the class of persons for whom we are 
the educational guardians. Once the condition and prospects of this un- 
fortunate class "were wretched beyond conception.'' Parents considered 
it a disgrace to have such offsprings ; and they took pains to conceal them 
from the eyes of the world, and supposed they had discharged their whole 
duty to them by merely supplying their animal wants. In some coun- 
tries they were regarded as monsters and deprived of life as soon as the 
misfortune was known. They were beycmd the pale of human sympathy 
in hopeless degradation, unconscious of their own eternal destiny. 

The invariable testimony of educated deaf mutes, when asked, if they 
had any i'^ea of God, before they were instructed, is expressed in the re- 
ply of one who said, **I had none at all, nor had 1 any of my own soul." 
/*The light of Divine Truth never shines upon his path. Even in the 
midst of christian societv; without education he must grope his way in 
~ tiarkness and glooin to the unknown . scenes of the future, nnless some 
irind hand penetrates his solitude, and breaks the spell that holds him 
'from communion with the thought and feeling of the world. When deaf 
mutes enter an institution, they begin at once to appreciate the enjoyment 
of B03ial life. They feel they are men among men, and instead of being 
a burden to friends, they contribute their share to the general good. They 
are prepared for the unspeakable blessing of knowing God.*' 

A wood house is very much needed as appears from the report of the 
principal, and an approptiation of $850 is asked for that purpose. 

For the erection and enclosing the west transverse and lateral wings the 
trustees ask an appropriation of fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000). 
This estimate is based upon carefully prepared data. The walls onoe 
. ereoted and enclosed, considerable portions of the remaining work oould 
be done by the master mechanic, and the boys who have had experience 
in the mechanic's shop. This mode of employing the boys will not only 



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be ecODomioal to the state^ but enable tbem to put in practice the kind at 
labor they expect to follow wbea thej leave the school. . It is the iateir* 
tion of the guardians of tl^e Institute to have the scholars, when they 
leaye it, fully compi^tent to rely upon their own industry for their sup* 
port, and in no way can this b^ so well done as to teach selfreliance. To 
this end a (arpenter and cabinet shop h^ve been put in successful opera- 
tioQi where the bpjs of the more advance classes spend a portion of each 
day under the supervision of, a master mechanic. It is the intention of 
the trustees soon to a4d^other kinds oif mechanical b.usjness, suqb as ;shoe- 
making, tailoring, printings etc. In some of th.e older states, ^portions of 
the state prmtinff are done by the deaf mutes* , • . .; , ; . i ^ 

At presenti ft sftoemaket's sliop is the onlyit^JUipQ proposed to be add- 
ed : .and to fiiUy prepiur^. such it shop for, profitable occapatiqn, an appxo« 
priation of Sl^OOO wiU be reijuired. For valuable sijggestions relating to 
this and other matters yau are referred to the report of the prinpal. 

The girls are all taught (^"perform suph kinds of labor as they will be 
called to ^o in the future avocations of life. ; 

For the support of the school for. the coming year there will be re- 
quired an appropriation of )(22^21) as appears by the schedule of the 
steward. 

The trustees have in several of their previous reports referred to the 
subject of warming the institute buildings. At present over thirty wood 
stoves are used, requiring several hundred cords of wood for their use. 
To say nothing about the iaconvenience, labor, dust^ etc., it would slBcm 
to be very questionable economy to continue this mode of warming the 
institute buildings at the present and increasing price of wood for fuel. 
From the best information the trustees have been able to obtain, they are 
of the opinion, expressed in former reports, that steam would be more 
eoonomical, attended with much less inconvenience, and serve the insti- 
tute better than it can be by continuing the use of so many stoves. 

Some other means of lighting the institute ought to be substituted for 
the number of kerosene lamps now in general use. A small appropriation 
would enable the trustees to introduce sufficient apparatus to manufacture 
and distribute gas throughout the entire building. The institute in time 
will become the home of from two to three hundred persons^ and it would 
appear to be true wisdom to adopt such a system as will most thoroughly 
prove adequate to its present and future wants. 

For every two thousand inhabitants there will be found one deaf mute^ 
which would give some four hundred in the state. One-third at least of 
this number ought to be participating in the benefits to be derived from 
the institute. Another year there will, in all probability, be a new class 
of twenty pupils seeking for admission, which will have to be denied them 
unless the accommodations are enlarged. 

In conclusion, the trustees would feel that they had failed to perform 
their duty, were they to close this report without paying a deserved and 
well merited tribute of the respect they entertained for the late principal. 
The decease of so valuable a public servant, and one who was so tho- 
roughly devoted to the cause of the education of the deaf and dumb, is' a 
fitting occasion to say a few words as to his worth. 



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Mr. Officer possessed a combination of rare cmalifications for tbe position 
whicb he occupied. Among these were the following : a strong, ripe and 
Ittminoas christian character, a Christianity which infhscd its enobling 
and benign spirit into all his life. Great executiTe' ability and untiring 
industry. Unswerving integrity and scrapnlons exactness in the detailfl 
of bnsiness. A marked stlayity and kindness clothing a deportment of 
unasaal dignity. A ceaseless watchfulness foi* the wall-being of those 
committed to his care. System and order reigned whererer he had con- 
trol. In the use of the sign, language' he was a master; las skill and grace 
ht this particular were the admiration of all who knew him. 

Under him the institute first attained, a solid proHperiU. 

It has been truly said of him, that " though quanfled to fill more dis- 
tinguiihed positions, he was content in baring found a place in which he 
could worthily use his gifts of mind and heart in laboring for the wel&re 
of an unfortunate class of his fellow beings ; apd to this work he gave him- 
self in a genuine missionary spirit/' Th^ light of his life now set, will 
linger long on the field of his past labor and in the hearts of hb associates^ 
to cheer and bless. '- ^ 

N. M. HARRINGTON, 

Secretary 0/ the Boird of Trmteet^ Deaf and Dumb Aijflum. 



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PRlNCIPAtU .REPORT, 

T4> th^ Trmieeiofthe WUemim InttHmforiiie \Educa(i»n e/'ihe Deaf (mid 

.Ojintlbmsn :-^HaTiAg aeetpted the dmUca and regpoaaibUiiies of the 
sitdation to which yon invited me, )€|t me euiesa 2iiy gviiificfttioft wilh.; 
the eondition of Ihe In8tit«taop» Theadmiimle antngeneot and ezoti-.. 
lent eonditioti ol every thing oonneoted with tlk« &rm» the.ahop a»d tike 
buildings, speak in the highest terms of the good jadgmevt andreficienoy 
<lf the late t^ri&oipaL The in4eU|»0tiial impif^vMaeat aal teqnJ ooltita* 
tion of the pupils, show his mental and moral fitness . ftur .ihe position 
whioh he filled» > . < ^ 



t( 



He rests from his labors, and his works da follow hxaxV 



A new class of twenty pupils was aHlnitted al; the lyegviniog of the 
tem in Septembet. They are )iow ihal$ne godd progress.' " 

Six other appiieations for adkfssibn liaTe b<)en receiyetK TSe kp'pli- 
oants could not be received into -the institution, dm account bf ttiid' crowded 
state of the bnild^ag* With our tif^stint'acrommodlatiens, a'^i^t^r num- 
ber than is now hefr^s'cjsnftot be* aamiiii^d Wit^ Safoty to the heMth of the 
inmates. The prebeiit crowded state of the ilormitories itifvit^s the attacks 
of epidemics and tfhe development o,f Ttitbnt' diseases. Tb Secure the full 
benefit of the instSttztion to the itdrtc, afnd' t6 thi^ d^af and dumb^, the west 
wing of the builditig should b^ complei^^d'at. the earliest pfaotipable day. 

I ahb recommend Ifo yeur consideration the formation of a HSgfi felass, 
and the employment of another teacher. .3ome pupils who hate^^ished 
the course of instiruction , allowed in tbls institution, have gone tb New 
Totk, or other placds^ where they iftay pursue a.fhrther course of studv. 
Others will do iso as soon as their time here 'expires. Others stlA would 
be glad to enter such a class if one was formed. As it is, some of our 
most intelligent mutes seek an education elsewhere. This has a bad 
effect on our pupils here ; as they leath to look upoii bur own institution 
as inferior to ethers which shottld have no adVuntage over us. Our deaf 
mutes can be as thoroughly educated here as at anv eastern institution. 
The expense of their%dttcation is fiir less than at the east, on account of 
the cheapness of provisions and the savinr of expenses of traveling. The 
anxiety of parents and friends about their children, when at school in i^ 
great city a thousand miles away, is a)so an item for consideration, ki 
the same tim^, it would be no less to the honor, th^n to the profit of the 
a^te, to educate her own oMdren wiVhin her own borders. The proposed 
high class should consist of such pupils as could sustain a required ex- 



456 

amination at the end of the usual term of ingtruction. Its members should 
also have borne a good moral oharaoter. The additional time of instruc** 
tion allowed to members of this class, should be at least three years. 

I also recommend the establishment of a shoemaker's shop, and the 
employment of a shoemaker. A large class of boys — twenty or twenty* 
five — could at once begin learaing the shoemaker's trade. For sereral 
reasons .this trade is peculii^rlj adapted to deaf mutep. It is more easily 
learned than many •others. It requires iesft tcapital to carry it on ; and 
those who learn it need never want for work or wages. 

Of the forty-eight male pupils now in the institlite, there is^room fer 
only twelve in the cabinet shop. Thirty-six are growing u^ inthout a 
trade. 

The second story of the- building, used for the oabineit sVop, is well 
adapted for ^a slvoemaker's Ishop. * The boys in the ctfbinel shop could 
make the shoe bem«hiKj claitips, etc. ' After the first outlay for benches 
and other fuiaiture, and tools', the irhop would be ^elf-smtbining) if not a 
source of rQvetfve. i » 4 '>< 

An approprialioii of OftevthQusand dollars is needed for the purchase of 
leather, tooift, etc. 

A wood house has been much needed here. In stormy weather the boys 
who have prepared the wood for the stoves, have been obliged to work in 
the storm, or have felt the demoralizing tendencies of idleness. 

When wood is jcovered with snowg as ofte^ happens in -^inter, it is car- 
ried into the house . with .tke snow stiojcjjQg to it^^ This aokelts in the 
wood boxes, aad,; running auty,jiiyar€^,r^^ furoiiure, besides causing 
coughs, cQidfi and other nunor disc^infor^. , . ' • * 

Some, who t^ave paid aU;e9tLan tq, tl^ . n^atter, say tj^at wood, cut and 
seasoned when exposed tp fJie wea^fipr, Iqscb one^fp^^lli of . its heating 
properties. ; There is, no aoubt^ a, great loss of 1i^ing4powor« . 

The wheelbarrpws and handbsf rows used abpat the institution for car- 
rying wood; saw-rhorses and wood zacks used about the wood piles, have 
heretofore been exposed to. the {Sunshine and the stprm, for want of a 
shelter lender wl^ich to keep them.: A woQ^-house ^ would furnish protec- 
tion to .these. ; , 

The lumber heretofore stored in the second stoxv qf the cabinet shop, 
while seasoning, must be ];emoved, if a- shoemaker s shop is established 
there. This lumber could be stored in the loft of the proposed wood 
housew . j: 

A wood house ttien would 

Allow the pupils i)0 wor I^ in cpmfart in all weather ; j 

fliirnish the fires. with dry wood, ^d protect foors froitt if et ; 

Save its cost in a greater heating power of fuel ; . ^ 

Furnish shelter for outdoor implement^,, and aeplace;to season and 
store lumber for tibie cai;)inet.s][L0D« . ' 

, The estimated cost of awpodhouse, large, enoogV to i^qet the Wants of 

the institution for ];)iapy years, to copie, is eight htuidred and fifty dollarsy 

ai present pjices of )a,W and mfitexials* .. < .; . 

;Th^ establishment ota higLcIa^a depends- upon tlie, completion of the 

we&jt wing of the ins^tution. W'ithout.this wii^, there i^ould be -ua 



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Bohool room for the class, or accommodations for the papils composing it. 

In like manner the shoe shop depends upon the wood house ; as the 
proposed shop should be in the room now occupied by lumber for the 
cabinet shop. For this, the wood house would fiirnish storage. 

The following estimates for the year, beginning March lst» 1866, are 
submitted. They are based upon the prices of labor, materials and pro- 
visions on December 1st, 1865 : 

Board of an arerage fatrHy of ^e ht)tt<lred.per8#ns 42 weeks — ^26 per- 
sons' for 10 weekfl-^at fl To per wedk, .'... $7, 788 00 

Salaries of principal, steward, matron and assistant matron, 2, 700 00 

do.. teachers, physician and secretary, 4,665 00 

Wages of laborers and domestics, 1,088 00 

do gardener, 2d assHxnatron, and cook,.. 420 00 

Mattresses and dty goods farnUure,^ • 800 00 

Misoellaneons ImproTements and repairs, t 800 00. 

Painting in doors, whitewashing, eto.,.^ ..., 30# 00 

Table-ware and hardware 160 00) 

250 cords wood, at $6 per cord, 1,500 00 

4 tons coal, at fl8 per ton, 72 00 

lights,...., ., ^ ; ^ 176 00 

Bam and stable expenses, 400 00 

Teaming and day labor, 200 00 

Insnranee, books and school apparatus, ^v 520 OO 

Circulars, postage and printing,... .' 280 00 

Woodenware, laundry supplies, brooina, brushes, .eta.|..i,....., 148 OOr 

Amount needed for indigent pupils, , i '.» ,600 00 

Per diem of trustees, ...; ;...::.:::. ..■..:....;.::::......:.:::. ........ ; ,180 oo 

Painting out-J^uildings and belfiry, pa&ting and c/ahding poHicos,...:.. ' 600 00 

Shrubbery, trees and seeds,.;. :....:.....::....,...,.,,.;:;...:.;. .p. .160 00 

Horse, ,., 200 00 

$28, 121 00 

Proposed wood-honse,... «....,.. . 860 00 

For shoe shop, ..,.; 1,000 00 

;. $24., 971 00' 

Respectfully Submitted, *■"■■'"■•'' • ••• • ^ 

H. W, MJtLtGAK, ' .. 'r 

^ ■ FriHCipal. . 

October, 1865. ' 






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458 



SECRETARY'S REPORT 



To the Honorable the Lt^lature : 

GxNTLEMKN : — ^The following is an exhibit of the orders drafrn oa the 
Trettorer of the Wisconsin Institute for the Education of the Deaf and 
Daxab, also the receipts and expenditures for the financial year amfiaig 
October 22d, 1865. 



X>ate. 



.1864. 

^'^oh 11 

Sept. 21 

Oct. 18 

... 19 

... 18 

... 18 



Ifrch 11 
June 29 

... 29 

Oct. 19 

... 19 



Oct. 19 



Oct. 19 



Oct. 19 



Oct. 19 



Ifems of DiBbnrsemcnts. 



OM^p No. 1. 



Hollis LaCH&m', ^i)5C^lM to attend iaie#iia| i.. 

....<10.....V........V..V......d6 

do. ^v. «•.....«. ^ J... dc..«.....«....i.«...iM..^.. 

do..... ......do.' 

do.........l day^ii attend4iiCe' ana. meeting, 

...do ...2:...; ...do ;: 



0*d*t No 2. 

C. P. Long, czpenecB attending meeling, 

•— do do........ 

••.......do dc bnUding. com., 

tdo.....! day'j attendance annual meetingi... 

do... .iex^eiMMto attending do 

do 1 day's attendance do ,..*..... 



Order No. 8. 
Salmott Thomas, 2 daj's attendance ann. meeting, 

Order No. 4. 
VTm. C. Allen, 2 da/a attendance ann. meeting, 

Order No. 6. 



Amnant. 


$1 00 

60 
2 00 

60 
200 
460 





C. Betts, 2 daj's attendance ann. meeting, 

Order No. 6. 
Willard Isham, 1 day's attendance ann. meeting, 




Total 



$10 20 



10 00 



4 00 



4 00 



40O 



2 00 



459 



Oct. 



19 
19 



Oct. 19 



Aug. 2 



OoU 17 



Oct. 



19 
19 



Oct. 23 



October. 



0»t. 1 



1865. 
ffVy 18 



f cb'7 22 



Aeretaty^s i^^por^^continadd. 



1864: 
OcU 19 



Items of Diebimeme&ta. 



Order No. 7. 
A. H. Bftmes, 1 daj at snnnal meeting,. 

» * ... J 

Order No. 8. 



N. M. Harrington, 2 dajs at annnal meeting,. 
do Iday on committee, 



Order N«. 9. 

J, 8. Officer (for items see steward's repori) for 
order on tnrrent expense fund, .V. 



Order No. 10. 

JToseph Bates (for items see bill) for bill of lum- 
. ber forblim, , 



Order No. 11; 
Beiy. Rodgers, hauling stone for batUi, 

Order No. 12. 
Timothy ^ggin, diggiorg cellar, one digr,. 



lo -exeaTating cellar for barn,. 



Order No. 18. 

• • • • • 

^tna, Hartford and Home Ins. Cos., for premium 
on $27,000 insurance at 1 p«r cent.,... 



Order No. 14. 

Phoenix Ins. Co., for premium on $5,000 insur> 
ance at 1 per cent, 



Amount. 



• OrdwNo. 16^ 

... • > 

Thurlow Weed, for lime, .» 

Order No. 16. 

4 

Willard Isham (fbr items see bills on file) for bills 
of lumber, labor, etc., on barB, 



Order No. 17. 

R. Oflicer, executor- of J. 8. Officer, deceased, for 
balance du^ J. S. Officer, late steward, 



4 00 
2 00 






1 7« 
81 60 




Total 
Amount. 



12 06* 



6 00 



3, 63& 76 



' 882 81 



8 §0 



38 26 



270 00 



60 



6 48 



226 10 



1.064 64 



460 



Secrelary*$ Report'— Qoniianei. 



Bftte. 

1865 
March 1 

1864 

Oct 1 

Not. 80 

1866 

Feb. 18 

... 18 

... 16 

... 15 

... 16 

tj^ 1866 

Feb. 15 

1866 
April 25 

1865 
June 8 

1866 
April 14 

1866 
Aug. 29 

1866 
Sept. 20 

1866 
Sept. 26 



Itemfl of Bisbursemeiit. 



Order No. 18. 

William C. Allen, cli'n executirt commiilee, (for 

items see stewards report,).. 

For order on current expense fund,, 



Order No. 19. 

T.J. Smith: 

For 276 lbs nails, at 10}c 

Ill do 10c ^.., 

6 do..wrot..20c 

1 pair Mnges and bott,.. 

8....1....do...91 00 

Hooks and staples, 

Botts, 



•«a..^ •..••• •*••.• 



Order No. 20. 



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Joseph Bates, 600 feet flooring at $S6,V..V.'., 

204 feet Mn. clear luxaber at,8c 

Order No. 21. 



Wm. C. Allen, ch*n exeoutire ;Co^Bjnittee, (for 

items see stewards report,)..... , 

For^fder on current jezpense fand,.«.,^ 



Order No. 22. 

William C. AUen, (for items, see stewards report) 
Fqr order on current expense fund,....'..l 



Order No. 28. 
Joseph Bates, bill of lumber for barn,. 

Order N4>. 24. 



Wm. G. Allen, cVn executire commitlee, (for 

items, see stewards report, » ...., 

For order on current expense fund, 



Order No. 25. 



S. M. Parish, (see stewards report,) 

For order to payQeo. S.. James for wood,... 

Order No. 26. 



H. W. Milligan, (items wUl be in report of stew- 
ard for 1866.) .:, 

For order on current fx.f '^for support of school 



Amount. 



ToUl 
Amount 



|2, 794 11 



27 18 

11 10 

1^ 

1 08 

8 00 

80 

27 



18 00 
6 12 



45,18 



24,12 



2,600 



2,600 



146 84 



2,600 00 



150 00 



1, 624 62 



461 

Secretary't Report — concluded. 
RECAPITOLAPION. 



1864 
Oct. 7 
Dec. 81 

1865 
April 15 
July 8 



Total amount of orders drawn on the treasurer, 
since last annual report a 



Balance on hand at last annual report,. 

Reoelyedfrom state treasurer, 

do do 

do do 

do do 



From this amount deduct for account oier- drawn 

last Tear 

Total of am't orders paid since last annual report 



917,497 95 



500 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,500 00 
4,500 00 



17, 500 00 
2 05 



f 17. 497 95 



.402 



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tJATALOGlTB OF I>UPILS, 



Namk. Covkty. 

fiabcok, Stephen............ .....; Colombia. 

Barry, Velona^ *• .' .:! Rook. 

Bartholomew, AnnM Columbia. 

Bienik, Theodore , Dodge. 

Bishop, Charles C Rock. 

Briggs, Urbin A Dodge. 

Brodahl, Jalia, F Dane. 

Brophj, William Walworth. 

Byrne, Christopher C Washington. 

Byms, Michael Calnmet. 

Campbell, William H Dane. 

Chapman, Peter Grant. 

Chaska, Joseph, Washington. 

Canneli, John Waukesha. 

Corey, Clarence A Green. 

Day, America Iowa. 

DeFrees, Electa Vernon. 

Demarais, Charles Fond du Lac. 

Downie, John J Walworth. 

Downie, Charles Walworth. 

Durick, Dennis Outagamie. 

Dyreson, Louis Dane. 

DyresoD, Ann C Dane. 

End, Ferdinand J Dodge. 

End, Louisa Dodge. 

Engelhardt, Philomene Milwaukee. 

Evans, Edward Crawford. 

French, George G La Crosse. 

Gerstner, Sabina Milwaukee. 

Goold, Alfred W... Racine. 

Graham, Thomas Columbia. 

Haight, William J Dane. 

Harrison, Ann E Walworth. 

Harrison, Hergie Manitowoc. 

Hastings, Sarah, La Fayette. 

Hawley, Frances H Waushara. 

Henry, Wales Brown. 

Hetherington, Irvine R... Pierce. 

HoBkins, Margaret.. Iowa. 

HntsoD, Frank Rook. 

Jermark, Amelia Walworth. 

Jermark, Matilda Walworth. 



m 

Catalogue of PupxU, — concluded. 

Name. County. 

John, Catharine .Manitowoc. 

Kirchoff, Henry Milwaukee. 

Erager, August , Fonddu^c. 

Kull^ Anthonj.. , Walwort7 

Lakin, Marcellus Waushara. 

Lewis, Edward Green. 

Lynn, Sarah Ann Columbia. 

McCoy, Julia Grant. 

McLaughlin, Tltoma^.. :.;..; t.i.: \.f.,.,^ Milwaukee. 

Minert, Statira Green. 

Moon, Simpson S Sauk. 

Moore, Matilda A. ^ Eichland. 

Mosnat, Joseph Manit|[iwoc. 

Kedry, Lois fi. i FondduLac. 

Negus, Warten. Jefferson. 

Neumayer, William « Milwankee. 

Noakley, Thomas A , '. Sheboygan. 

Osmnndson, Betsey Dane. 

Perry Adelia Walworth. 

Rapp, WUMmina „ ^ Milwaukee. 

Reed, Chfffies « ,..,. ^ Winnebago. 

Rich,*Al«Qt. ^. Bodge. 

Rogers, George S ,.^ ^ Fonddu Ltc. 

Ruthford, Ada ...«., Jeffetson. 

Soofield, Martha... Fonddu Lac. 

Scofield, Cassius ; Fonddu Lac. 

Sell,EUa Washington. 

Short) Louisa Richland. 

Spencer, David C Crawford. 

Stewart, Sarah ^ Richland. 

Stone, Theodore C ^ Eau Clair 

Sullivan, William ^ Milwaukee. 

Taylor, Matilda Eau Claire. 

Temple, Williiun Walworth. 

Tenney, Emma E Richland. 

Thompson, Isabel, Dane. 

Thorn, Benjamin Adams. 

Trudell, Emily M.... Brown. 

Tyler, Edwin E Jefferson. 

Van Winter, Edgar Iowa. 

Van Yalen, Louis H Rock. 

Vedder, Enphame Green Lake. 

Welch, Ada Z.., Winnebago. 

Weller, Freidrich. Sheboygan. 

Wildfong, Daniel, Kewaunee. 

Wildfong, John.... Kewaunee. 

Williams, Ira La Fayette. 

Welf, Jeanettc Iowa. 

Males, , 68 

Females, 88 

ToUl, 91 



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STEWARD'S REPORT. 

To the Board of Truitees : 

Gentlemxn. — ^Tlie following statement exhibits the receipts and dia- 
bunements of the Steward since Sept. 1st, 1864, on aecount of current 
expense and indigent pupil's fund : 

CASH RECEIVED. 

By order Ko. 9, f8,6S5 75 

miscellaneous sourceSi 407 28 

order No. 17, 1,064 64 

cash OA hand at last annual report,.. 856 OB 

From sundry eeureeji, (see cash book,) 10,817 01 • 

$16, 790 66 

CASH PAID OUT. 

To expended ae per Touchers, $16,467 81 



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Oct, 22, '66, amount in my hands on settlement^...*. $882 76 

Paid over to H. W. MilUgan, steward, 882 76 

s. M. pahish, 

AcUny Stetjcard, 



465 



• I 



STBWARD'8 80HBDULB OP BILL? PAID. 



■ • ■ • 



••• 



Dec'ber 



- 


• 


Dae; 


No. 


1864. 


1 


October.. 


... 
•>• 


2 


•<• 

... 


3 




4 


••• . 
••• 


6 


»■ . 


6 


<•• 
t ... 


7 




8 


... 
••• 


9 


... 
, . ••• 


10 


••• 


11 


... 


12 


... 
... 


18 




14 


••• 


16 


• ... 

... 


16 


• 
• •• 


17 




18 


• •• 


19 


... 


2a 


... 

... 


21 


• *• 


22 


• •• 

... 


28 


Nov'ber.. 


24 


... 


25 


••• 


26 


•*• 


27 


••• 


28 


... 


. 29 


••• 


80 


••• 


81 ) 



To wbonij &nd for what paid. 



* • • 



■»• 



■■■• • ■ • •• I 



..IUA 



Cha8. Sxnitb, Pl'M., siampBlp'osiajge, etc.,... i^, 

IS. Bi GaieSi bedsteads, rockine ohair, etc«, ;.,« 

G. E. James, 10 cords seasoned wood, at $6 69i ;^, 

C. H. Fuller, 27 busb. .potatoes, at 60q. ^•••^•••••^ti 

Prank Barker, 98 bush, potatoes and 8 buah. beans,;, 
P. ProTost, potatoes and tam^ps,. .••••«•• , 

P. M.Latimer, 76JbiiBb<potatoea|...»v**—- • 

>nee, 



AAibunt. 



•rf*** 



•••••••• 



•ia« •••..4*f 



fr 



82 
84 
85 
86" 
87 
88 
89' 
40 
41 
42 
48 
44 
46 
46 

29^1)00. 



Geo, Gorton, browned CO 

G. & C.M. Sherwood, school 1iK)okB, ^..^ 

Streets, 80} bash, potatoes, at80c, „..«...» h* 

D. Isham, 69 6-10 IbSk honey, at 80c, ..,.m 

B. LUtlefield, 22 bush, potatoes, at 40c,,. 

H. Still, 81} bush, potatoes, at 40c, .........4 

S. Peets, 85 bush, potatoes at 4Qe^ • o.. « 

IT. F. Mernll, carbon oil, at 90c, 

A. H. Taggart. 1 cow, ^.....^ ^ 

Mabie & Pitkin, floiir, corn meal and feed, 

B.'R. Johnson,, 2£i bush, onions, at l2o, 

G. P: H. Betts, 168 bush, oats, at 60c. v, 

H. P. Canrick, 2 brls. apples, •,.^ , 

J. ^elch, '21 bush, potatoes,. *, ; 

R.F.' Hall, fresh meat in October,^ at 8c,., »>< 

J. Wise, 74 squash, at 12}e,....d.«, , v. %-', 

W. F.'Flansbury, 108.cabbage, at 8c, , 

E. Stoiirl, 26 bush turnips, at 88ic,.» 

Wm. Hatton, 174 cabbage, at 7c, v, 

J. Heath, 9 8-7 week's wages, at $1 76,,. kr, 

CD. Liang, real, at 6 and 5}c,, 

John AbbotX, fresh meat, at 8c, 

'M..E.'H. Payne, apples at $4 75. can'd and dr'.d fruit, 

H. Peterson, team work, at $8 50 per^ajr,. 

P. AT. Latimer, 162 lbs. butter, at S6c,....,. 

Casli' expenses of ass't steward, 

Case & Bailey, flour, meal and feed, 

G. F. H. Betts, coal, 



G. H. I^^riffgs, paint, oil, lamps, chimneys, eic,.,^ 

£. IT, Phelps, groceries, etc., 



Roberts & Goodrich, groceries, etc.,,.. «;../. ,«, 

Case k Bailey, susar, ^ '. *. 

C.'H. Long, fresh beef, « ,..4...«...^ 

"Wells &' Fletcher, 1 radiat^j*, ^ '* 4. 

Bradley "& GoiF, groceries, etc., • • 

Topping & Co., merchandise,..., • 

James Topping & Co, butter, eggs^ etc., 

R. F.' Hall, fresh meat, at 80,.. .....«« « 



I • • 



^82 

■17 75 

65 00 

' 18 50 

52 50 

7 02 

"48 44 

7 40 

89 ()» 

' 12 ^ 

'irto 

' »80 
• 12 60' 
14^0 
''88 80 
85 OOr 
48 6tf^ 
87 50' 
• 100 80 
10 60 
"18 18 
"97* 10 
' 9 ^5 
8' 64 
9 88- 
12fl8' 
16'50 
14-d7 
60 69 
188 60 
17 i5 
58 ^0 
8199^ 
285 20 
79 87 
112 95 
45 72 
•29*51 
18*08 
20 4l 

5 to 

20 45 

21 18 
186 '58 

81 85 



466 



SteusetrtPt Schedule of BUU Paid — oontiaaed. 



Pate. 


No. 


1866. 




ee. 


••• 


47 


••• ■ 


1 ••• 


48 ' 


•1 


... 


49 


4 

••• ^ 


. ••• 


60 


••• *•• 


61 


••• 


••• 


62 


••• 


••• 


63 


••• 


•«. 


64 


••• 


•*• 


66 


•.. 


■•• 


66 


••• 


•»• 


67 


•«• 


••• 


68 


••• 


• •• 


69 


••• 


••• 


60 


••• 


••• 


61 


••• 


••• 


62 


••• 


• •• 


68 


••• 


••• 


64 


••• 


••• 


66 


•*• 


••• 


66 


••• 


• •• 


67 


* 
••• 


.•• 


68 


•*• 


••• 


69 


Jin 


« ••• 


70 


••• 


••• 


71 


••• 


• •« 


72 


•«. 


* 

••• 


78 


•«. 


••• 


74 


♦•• 


... 


76 


• a. 


•«• 


76 


• •• 


*•• 


77 


••• 


.*• 


78 


Feb. 


••• 


78 


••• * 


■•• 


79 


••• 


... 


80 


••• 


••• 


81 


••■ 


••• 


82 


'1 


••• 


88 


••• 


••• 


H 




• •■ 


86 


Mere! 


k... 


86 


••« 


■•• 


87 


•«■ 


••• 


88 


iM 


••• 


89 


<^ 


... 


90 


t ' 

••• 


••• 


91 


) • 
••• 


••• 


92 


••• 


••• 


98 


1 


••• 


94 


• •• 


• •• 


96 


• •• 


• •a 


96 


• •• 


• •• 


97 


• ••• 


aaa 


98 



To whom, and for what paid. 



•••^•••< 



GrasBie & Co, groceries, .a. 

J. S. OflKoer, Isi quartera' lalarj as prUelpal,... 

J. A. McWhortoD, let quarters' salary as teacher, 

LsTens Bddy, do do 

EL Phillips, do,^ do 

Z. G. HcCoy, do do 

Emily Eddy, do ••••.•••do 

S.M. Parish, do..*,... as8*t steward, 

M. J. Adams, • do matron, 

J. A. MiUs» do.a.wages as gardner, ftc, 

W. H. Mflls. do...saltfy as ass't matron, 

fi. Young, ist qrs. salary as foreman cabinet shop,.... 

G. H. Biiggs, do ...physician, 

N. M. Harrington, 1st qrs. salary as sec*y of board,.. 

0. Knudson, wages as laundress, 

£. Enndson, 18 6-7 weeks wages as laundress, 

John Sweeny, 10} days labor at 4 Shillings, 

T. A. Jones, 40 days labor at $1 00,« ~ 

Steward's cash items for 1st quarter, 

Mary ETans, 15 6-7 weeks wages at $1 60, 

Jennie Heath, 8 weeks wages at fl 76, 

Winston k Cody, brooms, •.....• 

Stars k Chandler, 1 bbl. lard at 28c, 

J. DeWolf, butter, &c., 

H. Peterson, 2 days with team, , 

B. M. Irish, 15 8-4 cords dry wood at $6,. ;.. 

B. Fa Hall, fresh meat in December, ^ 

Daniel Bigelow, 10} cords dry wood,.. : 

John Allott, corned beef, • 

G. E. James, 12} cords wood at f6, 

McCormick & Callander, 1 bbl. c. oil, 

J. S. Officer, 2d qrs. salary as principal, 

R. F. Hall, fresh meat, 

B. H. Chandler, 1 bag hominy, ^... 

H. Peterson, team work, 

J. Bates, lumber, 

J. Dudley, painting and sanding porch, 

MoCormloJc & Callender, kerosene oil, '. 

D. Mam, butter, , 

CO. Humphery, dried peaches, 

B. Wells, fresh meat, , 

!F. A. Jones, day labor at $1 • 

J. B. Bailey, & Bro., flour, meal, feed, &c., •..•., 

R. F. Hall, corned and fresh boef,.. •••, 

James Topping k Co., butter, eggs, coffee, &c.,..^... 
G. H. Briggs, 1 store, oil lamps, chimney i, &c.,,..« 
Topping &Co., dry ffoods, &o.,..' «.... 

E. W. Phelps, groceries,...:...,: 

0. w:Phmips, team work,...; 

A. Shultz, 1 saddle, harness and repairs of, 

T. P. Ford, store pipe, tin-ware flind nails, 

Goodrich s Bro., tMiskets and crockery, 

Grassie & Co., groceries, ,. 



Amount. 



9116 06 

260 tW 

276 00 

850 00 

187 60 

187 60 

87 60 

126 00 

87 60 

60 

87 60 

176 00 

87 60 

26 00 
29 48 

27 48 
18 87 

40 00 
72 27 

28 68 

6 26 
9 60 

62 00 
76 16 

7 00 
94 61 

67 04 

68 26 
60 25 
76 00 

41 86 
250 00 

87 69 



6 

7 



50 
50 



20 64 
7 87 
40 10 
10 25 
14 40 
69 81 
29 76 

829 12 
57 65 

181 88 
81 24 

47 87 
22 27 
10 50 

48 10 
96 82 

9 00 
114 92 



467 



SUvoard^i Schedule of BilU JPau2'«-oontiDnad. 



Date. 



1866. 




March... 


99 


••• 


••• 


100 


••• 


... 


101 


■•• 


... 


102 


••• 


.*• 


103 


.•• 


... 


104 


*•• 


« • * 


105 


>•• 


... 


106 


.*• 


... 


107 


••• 


..a 


108 


•• 


... 


109 


*•• 


.•• 


110 


••• 


... 


111 


.k. 


... 


112 


••• 


... 


118 


*%■ 


• •. 


114 


.•1 


... 


115 


•»• 


••• 


116 


*•• 


• .* 


iir 




• *• 


118 


■•• 


• *• 


119 


• * 
••• 


••• 


120 


•f» 


••* 


121 


••• 


.«• 


122 


.*• 


• *• 


128 


•*• 


• •• 


124 
6 


••• 


• •• 


AprU 


• *• 


125 


••« 


••• 


126;: 

127^ 




• *• 


.!• 


■ •• 


128 


: f ^' * 


••• 


.129 


- •*• 


••• 


180 


^aj 


• •• 


181 


,' ••• 


• •• 


182 


• M 


• •* 


.188 


•»• 


••• 


184 


- •«» 


• .. 


185 


' '^ 


• •• 


186 


> • • 


••• 


187 




• •• 


188 


.Ik 


• •• 


189 


* .M 


• *• 


>140 


• *» 


• •• 


!141 


Jun^ 


• •* 


!l42 


•• ••• 


• •• 


118 ' 


' i»t - 


••• 


,144 


••• 


• »• 


146 


••5» 


• •• 


r48- 


' •** 


• •• 


1*47* 


• •• 


• •• 


148 


••• 


• •• 


149 


••• 


• •• 


150 



No. 



. 



To whom, and for what paid. 



t .(. 



McKee & Wheeler, school bophs^ lamps, &o., >,.;.. 

0. Armstrong, sheos and repairs of,.. « ', 

Ji Walton, horse shoaing, repairing, &o.« ..,.« 

H« & W. M; Wells, 1 bbl. symp, butter, dry gopdsj &c., 

W/W, Sturterant, 417 goods,.... 

labam & Sturtevant, repairing carriage and wagon,... 

S. M.'Tarisli, 2d quarters' salary, ..^ ,.. •.;**.» 

'7i A/McWhorter...... do « «... 

L. Eddy,....l.......... do 

H. PhilUps^.... ..do... , 

Z;'G. MoCoy,. ......... ....ido... ^ „., 

E.Eddy, do .», 

M. J. Adams, do *r'.**»*.«M.i**.... 

W. H. Mills, .....do , 

J. A. Mills, .' i....do ••.*ht->'> 

£. Toun^,.. ..i'do *^ 

Q. H. Briggs, ...<U. ,..., 

If. M. Harrington....... ..do .« 

M. Johnson, wages as cook, i b...^^.......^.... 

K. B. Boyce, wages as ass'tcook, ,...^.^....,..4..* 

E. Knudson,.. ...... .'do.. Iaundres8,r«**.(.**.*i**.*»«.t 

C.'Knudson, .do.. ldo.......,.«f 

'Xit*Knight waives as yisitors' attendant}|.^M... 

!tr*X' 8mitnj nails, stove pipe, tin ware, &e.,..« »:.... 

StidWKrd's bash account for Dec, Jan. and February,. 

R'.T.'lIall, corned and fresh meat....... 

'A.' B*. Parson, indigent^ 1 pair boota....M..^ .•«•«••.•#•.«.. 

J. DeWolf, butter and. straw,,.. ..,.«... 4... ^ v* 

'JGl W^ls,'frfsh meat ip March,...., , ..^...^.^....k.... 



H. M. Ray. butter,... 
P. M. Xatilmeri smol 



smoked ham and biftter>. •«•.!«. ••«♦.««.. 
*i» ML* Dteayens, ou*vei|.M..... •••■*. «..««Mi«.#..*«.r.»* •••«•«••. 
' John Allolt, ijresh ana corned bee^*- «...4...m^.m.. 

C. C. NSner, 50 maple tree8,^..»«...*.....»v*.. ..-.</. ••^•««*. 
John Carter^ 1510 lbs. hay at 4 shillingiL..,....*..... 

D. A. SteaTens, 66 1-2 lbs« butter at 2 i^liogs;....,,.. 
B.T. Curtis, eyergreens and shade treepi— •••4-«*mmm. 
A.B. Clark,'.! 'washing machine). \ ^....^.. .*...„.. 

E. E. Boyoe, wages as assistant cook,......«,..,j..;...«... 

T. X. Ingersoll, repairing Hghtning rodj..,,.; %••*.. 

B. a: fileayens, 72 lbs. butter, at 2<| (xenta^>t 

C. Xiaw, 1 cow aii^ calf,.'.. ^.4.«,.......«.. 

E. Wells & Co» fresh meat in m%y, •..*«..;.; 

J. B. Baily'^: Bro., '6i)ar, meal and f«e4^*>r«« ••••** 

D. Cbnklin, 5 1-2 days with t^.^ : ...••«•.. 

T. A. Bones. 50 days labojrat |1, ..*.^.».,4.. 

-J. LanffSjdiggiBg andcorering grarer— • »••••••••.. 

J. A. Mowhotter, 8d quarters^ salai^ap ieMher,* 

L.Bdd7.. .'........— •••^« .,...,do,...« 4.. 

H. Th]Jlip8,.M*«.««***»*«**v4^>.* M...«.do«*..«.*..ba.... 

2S.'0.'McCoy|... ....••ao.:...,. •••.do •••j.«.«. 

B. Bddy^...M«..»*..»..«..v..do •••••....•do ••••.••••• 

S.M. Arish........ ...do ......oStewar^,...... 



Anoiuit. 



• .»47 57 


58 28 


8 70 


119 06 


44 11 


8 75 


125 00 


275 00 


250 00 


187 50 


187 50 


87 50 


87 50 


87 50 


60 00 


175 00 


.87 50 


25 00 


58 87 


15 15 


25 72 


•28 72 


19 75 


20 88 


46 26 


18 


^44 


• 78 80 


17 60 


84 18 


444 


161 18 


12 60 


765 




16'68 




21 26 




10 00 




22 86 




600 




17 62 




4500 




9l'24 




27^84 




1^86 
66 00 




doo 




276 00 


250 00 


187 60 


187 60 


87 60 




126 00 



468 



iSi€toard*8 Schedule of Bilh Paid — continued. 



Date* 

1866, 
Jtme.... 



••• ••• 

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r 

•<• ••• 

••• ••• 

••• ••• 

••• ••• 

••• ••• 

■■a ••• 

•t* ••• 

••• •!• 

••■ ••• 

••• ■•• 

••a ••• 

»»• •■• 

•«• ••• 

•■• ••• 

••• ••• 

•«• ••• 

••• ••• 

•• » ••• 

••• ••• 




July. 



, ••• ■•• 

••• ••• 

••> ••• 

»■• ••• 

••• at* 

••• a** 

••» ••• 

a^ aaa 

aa« aaa 

I 9 

• a* * aaa 

••M ••• 

OOpta aaaa* 



••• 

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••» 

ai» 
aa» 

aa« 

•M 
a*« 

•M 

• ■• 

••i 

aaa 
I 



»»» 

at* 

• ma 
aaa 
m»m 

• »• 
aaa 
aaa 

• •* 
aaa 
aaa 
aaa 
aaa 
aaa 



161 

162 
168 
164 
166 
166 
167 
168 
16» 

leot 

161 

162 

168 

164 

166 

166 

167 

168 

169 

170 

171 

172 

178 

174 

176 

176 

177 

178 

179 

180 

181 

182 

188 

184 

186 

186 

187 

188 

189 

100 

191 

192 

198 

194 

196 

196 

197 

198 

199 

300 

901 

908 

208 



To 'whom, and for what paid. 



I ataaa«aaa«aaaa 



!•••••« 



M. J. Adams, 8d quarters salary as matron, 

W. H. MUlS, do a^.a.aSS't do *aaa. 

J. A. Mill*, « do wages as gardner, 

Ba Toang, do meohanio, 

G. H. BrigKS, do salary as phjsrn 

N. M. Hamngton,. do seoretarji. 

M. Johnson, 18 1-7 weeks wages, cook,-.... 

Lottie Knij^t, do yisitors* attendant,.. 

Emma Knudson, do ..laundress, 

Clara Knndson, do do 

Steward's cash items for 8d qr , , 

P. Orassie & Co., sugar, coffee, butter, etc., .a. 
Sarah MoDuffee, II weeks wages at $2,..., .a.. 

£. W. Phelps, groceries, 

Wood k McGregor, repairing pump, , 

W. P. Gray, filSng and ex. teeth for pupils, 
W. H. Norris,l coffin (for J. 8. Officer,).. 

A. Cranan, 6 dajs labor, , 

Thos. Pounder, 68 lbs of butter, at ICca 

S. flamer, 4 weeks wages,. 

M. Johnson, do 

J. DeWolf,17J lbs butter, a 26c, , 

D. Conklin, team work, i 

Aa Bowers, flowers and shrubbery,..a *a. .••••««•. 

M, Fay, 18 di^s' house cleaning, etc., ....^a^* 

£. Knudson, 6 2-7 weeks wages, • 

Chas. Smith, postage and stamps, 

H. P;Curtis, liquid bluing ; 

John DeWolf, 16, 144 lbs of hay, at 46o pr.hundred.a. 

G. B. James, 169) cords wood at $6, 

H. Hunt, dried berries, 

John Allott, fresh and corned beef, 

Ba Wells & Co., fresh meat for July,, ..^.^.^a 

P. Oottklin, team work, , „ 

Ba B. Irish, 101 cords wood, at $6, 

D. Isham, apples and honey, ..a.. 

Olara Knudson, wages, etc., v....... 

-Steward's cash account for 4th quarter, 

Laungft Atther, 8 box pears at fl 26, 

J. Ma Baily ft Son,fioiir and feed, .«..,.a.a 

J. H«we8, 8 loads oat straw,. 

€a 8affbrd,10 days labor at 75o, , 

B. M. Irish, 1 fly*net, • ....^ 

Dan. Gore, 12 days whitewashing, ,. 

Wood ft Gormley, lumber, planing, saw, etc., .aa 

Ta A. Jones, 69} days labor, 

T. Pounder, 81f lbs butter^ at26o, 

MeCan ft Gallender, 1 bbl carbon oiLaa 

Warner ft 0ould, brushes 

L. Eddy, stationery, printing, «to.,a. 

John Merrill, 86 squash, at 160, 

La B. Harwood, 86l lbs butter at 20o,.., 
J. A. MoWhorter, 4th qrs. salary, 



Amount. 



^•aa 



$87 60 


87 60 


60 00 


176 00 


87 60 


26 00 


62 67 


28 00 


26 28 


96 28 


88 79 


189 47 


22 00 


64 07 


8 00 


26 60 


27 00 


460 


10 88 


800 


16 00 


4 88 


9 26 


22 65 


6 60 


10 67 


28 09 


700 


61 02 


954 75 


700 


140 18 


19 50 


900 


606 00 


8 88 


29 65 


60 95 


550 


42 08 


600 


7 50 


400 


27 50 


65 66 


59 50 


20 48 


29 86 


8150 


950 


526 


725 


275 00 



469 



Steward's Schedule of Billt Paid — oonoladed. 



Pate. 



1866. 




September 


204 






206 






206 






207 






208 






209 






210 






211 






212 






218 


•— •. 




214 






216 






216 






217 






218 






219 






220 


••• •< 




221 


••• •< 




222 



No. 



To whonii and for what paid. 



L. Eddj, 4th qrs. salary, , 

H. PhilUpg, do 

Z. G. McCoy, do • 

B. Eddy, do < 

L. M. Parish, ..do. 

M. J. Adams, ^do.. • 

W. H. Mills, do.. - 

J. A. Mills, do 

E. Young, ^doM •.< 

G. H. Brigffs, do.. •'. 

N. M. Hamngton,.do , 

Lottie Ejiight, 9} weektf wages at f 1 76^ «... 

Mrs. Maolc, 9 days house cleaning, 

G. N. Sherwood, 88} Ibe butter, at 28o, ^. 

S. M. Parish, one horse, 

W. C. A]l«n, serriees as ch'n ex. com., 

H. C. Tilton, Ex. to procure prin.for itis. Inst. D. & B. 

Wlllard Isham, do , 

A. H. Barnes, do 



Amount. 



S260 80 

187 60 

187 60 

87 60 

126 00 

87 60 

87 60 

60 00 

176 00 

87 60 

26 00 

16 60 

6 76 

9 28 

200 00 

60 00 

118 26 

99 00 

99 00 

S16, 467 81 



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TREASURER'S REPORT. 

Dklavan, Wis., September ]6, 1865. 

To the Truitees of ihs Wiscowin InttUtUe for- the Education of the Deaf 
cnttt Zhtmo, * 

Oentiahsn. : — ^Tlie follo.wing i&an exhibtiof mone^fl reoeiyed and or« 
dere paid oat by me since the last aliiktiai report : / 

BAEN FUND. 

Ball^nce on hand at last report,.«M «.^m« #•«... 1500 00 

Ain't transfeirred to current expense fund,., m. $600 00 



CURRENT EXPENSE FUND. 

Oct. i, 1864, receired of Btate treaaurer, 4,000 00 

Transfer from bam account fund, 600 00 

Deo. 81| 1864, receired of state treasurer, 4,000 00 

April 18, 1866, do 4, 600 00 

July 8,1866 do 4,600 00 

$17, 600 00 

■Amount OTorpaid this account at last report $2 06 

Amount of orders paid since last report, 1 16, 719 48 

Balance due tliis account, , 1, 778 62 

17, 600 00 



RECAPITULATION. 

Balance bam ftmd, $600 00 

BeceiTed state treasurer, 17,000 00 

$17, 600 00 



PAID ORDERS. 

Kos. 1 and 24 InclusiTe, $18^ 719 48 

Overdraft this account, 1864, 2 06 

$16, 721 48 

Balance to credit of current expense fund, , 1, 778 62 

$17,600 00 

BespectfbUy submitted. 

W. AUa. RAY, 

Jire<i9urer. 



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NUMBER OF OBDEBS PAID AND AMOUNT OF SAME. 

Order No. 1,~..... $10 20 

2, 10 00 

4, 5 <. -. 4 00 

6, 4 00 

«, 2 00 

7,...,...«« 2 00 

8i 6 00 

9, , 8,685 76 

10, 882 81 

11, 8 50 

12. 88 25 

18, 270 00 

H........ ^ 50 00 

15, «• 6 48 

16, ^....•....... 226 10 

17, 1,064 64 

18, 2, 7W 11 

IV 25 18 

2^« ..^ 24 12 

21, ^ 2, 000 00 

22, 2,500 00 

28,^ 146 84 

24, 2,500 00 

115, 710 48 

Order No. 8,.. $4 00 

25, 150 00 

26, 1,624 52 

1, 778 62 

Total amount of orders paid, $17, 497 95 



To the Boards of TrutUet : 

BespeotAdly snbmitted tha foUowing aocount : 

W. Aug. Rat, Hreaturer, 

In aceouni with Deaf and Dumb Imtttute. 

1864. 

October 7Ui, reoeiTed of atate treasurer, , $|, 000 00 

Transferred from bam aooount, 600 00 

]>ecember 81, reeeired from state treasurer, 4,000 00 

1866. 
April*18, receWed from state treasurer, 4, 500 00 ' 

^^IMA 4o^ f 4, 500 00 

„. ^ »17,500 

Am't to Br. of current expense aco't oTorpaid, $2 05 

Am't orders paid, Nos. 1 and 26 inoluslTe,^ 17,497 95 

917, 500 00 



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PHYSICIAN'S REPORT. 



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Jb the Board of Tnuiees cf-WiicominlM^Uute for- he ^Education of the 
Deaf ($nd Dumb* 

Gentlemen : — =1 am pleased to be able to report the lapse of another 
year without the record of a death among the pupils of the institution — 
a year' alipp fraught. wltj||^ the richest .blessings of a Benefieent Father, as 
manifested by Uie bestowal of -eontinued health and ananiwaal and almost 
entire exemption from siekness of « serious nature. - 

Not an attack of acute disease has occurred during the year. 

Tweiit{)r**two individuals only have received meiHcal attention — ^nearly 
all of them for slight, indiapositioa; the only exceptions being cases of 
chronic diseases, probably resulting from the same cause which produced 
the deafness of thepatientvorirom some pathological proclivity coinci- 
dent with that cause. 

Only three pupils have had to suspend study on account of illness. 

Respectfully submitted, 

a.H. BRIGGS, 
Physician to InstitiUe^ 
Delavan, Sept 20th, .1865. 



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DONATIONS, 

For which the respective donors will please accept the thanks of the 
household : 

Semi-Weekly WiB^onain, Milwaukee. 

Weekly Sentinel. Milwaukee. 

State Journal, MadlBon. 

Oasette, Janesyille. 

Nortiiwesiem Christian AdTOcate, Gtiicago, 111. 

Albany Weekly Journal. ■ *: . 

H. W. MILLIGAN, 
Principal Fw. ImU for Deaf and DumJy^ 



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SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



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SUPERINTENDENT 



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PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



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STATE OF WISCONSIN, 



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YEAR ENDING AUGUST 81, 1865. 



By JOHN G. McMYNN, 

SOPXBTKTKKDENT Or PUBLIO INSTBUCTIOBT. 



MADISON, WIS.: 

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Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, 

Madison, December 10, 1865. 

To Eli ExceUenof, James T. Lewis, 

^ Governor of Wisconsin : 

Sir : — I have the honor to transmit berewitb the Seventeenth Annual 
Report fromi this Department, including statistical information in regard 
to colleges, academies and seminaries, so far as reports conld be^obtained 
at this office. 

To the Report an appendix is added, containing special reports from 
county superintendents so far as received. 

I am, sir, very respectfully, 

Tour obedient sermnt, 

JNO. G. MoMYNN, 

Superintendent of Public In$tructi^n. 



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To the Legislature of Wiscomin : ' , . ' 

OsNTLBMEN : — The following statigtiosl statement of attendance, tearoh- 
ers^ taxes, etc., obtained from the annnal reports of county superintend- 
ents, made as required by section 98^ of the school code, will present, in 
an intelligible manner, the principal facts relating to the public schools 
of the state, for the year 1865 : 



GEN KRAI, STATISTICS. 



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Number of countiet repoTted,.. 

...i^do towns reported, ; 

do whole distriots,......'.* 

do......part8 of distrieta, «.. 4«..<.....«i.... 

......do distriDif not reported,. i.».. , .•.•l.....*.«f«.» ». 

....-•«do parts of distriQts not reported, ....4 .j. 

Whole namber of children orer 4 and under 20 years of age,.. 

Number of different pupils who attended the pablie schools,. 



67 

771 

3^806 

1, 788 

121 

60 

335, 682 

228,067 

.do days' attendanee of different pupils in the publie eokools,.. 14, 681^ 167 



ATorago nniaber of diqrs the sohooUi were taagkt,,.*.- 184} 

Pfr oout. of attendanco of nai&ber.regist«rtd,.....Mi^....— 60 

»«.,«do do. entitled to sohool priTileges, 88 

Number of different persons employed as teachers,...., 7,582 

Ayerage wages of male teachers per month, $86 46 

do female teachers per month, ...—•. 22 24 

State ftmd an>ortionod,....» ^ ...^..^^ 161,316 84 

Total am*t expended during the jear and on hand August 81,.. 1,056,101 88 

The foregoiDg embraces the salient facts relating to our public schools 
for the past year. They indicate progress. Vor fuller inforniation, ref- 
ereuoe may be made to the tables found du the appendix. 

SCHOOL DI8TEICT8. 

There is a decrease in (he number 0^ districts in the state since the date 
of the last sepori of 352. This is, in part^ owing to conaolidation, and is, 
#• far, a gratifying faet* - Some districts haye become disorganiied from 
eauaea originating in the late war, and in others no schools were support* 
ed and benoe no reportg were made. 



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The poiioj of oonsoltdatioa of distriota U to -be oommended, and town 
boards of saperTisors can do mnch to promote the interests of edoeation 
by refusing to divide those at present organized, without argent reasons. 
By uniting districts, when it is practicable, thej diminish the per cent, 
or taxation necessary to support the scheols, as well as strengthen them 
in many respects. 

Hundreds of districts in the state are too small to support good schools, 
and hence there arises a necessity for employing the cheapest teachers, 
who usually teach the dearest schools. The conyenienee of haring the 
school house so situated that children have to walk but a short distance 
in order to reach it, is a very poor compensation for a waste of time after 
entering it. It is far better for a child, old enough to attend school, to 
walk two or even three miles to reach a good school, than to walk less, if 
the latter involves being under the influence and instruction of a teacher 
whose only qualification b that **he teaches cheap." 



ATTENDANCE. 

There are 11,948 more scholars reported as attending the public schools 
this year than last. The whole number of members is 66 per cent of 
the whole number over 4 and under 20 years of age in the state. Ez- 
cladiog those less than 4 and over 20 years of age, who have been regis- 
tered, we find that 65 per cent, of the whole number drawing public 
money have attended school some part of the time. 

The number less than 4 years of age who have been registered is 1,252. 
When we consider the fact that no child ought to attend school before he 
is six years of age, snd that every day spent there before be is five is 
detrimental to him, we can but regret ,the ignorance on the part of pa> 
rents, which this item of the reports brings to view. We have reason to 
believe that the number is much greater than is reported, for intelligent 
teachers and school officers uniformly refuse to register those less than 
four years of age, and hence parents who are so inconsiderate as to send 
their children to school thus early, are not careful in respect to the state- 
ments made as regards their ageu 

The reports show that 1,523 over twenty years of age have attended 
school some portion of the time. 

The average length of time the public schools have been kept during 
the past year is 14 days more than it was last year. The time required 
by law is 66 days, and the avecage.number of days each school has been 
taught during the 'past year is 134^, or mure than twice the number re» 
quired by law. This fact would seem to warrant a change in the law. 
Three months school is lebs time than- is required by any other northern 
state as old as Wisconsin, as a condition of receiving a portion of the in- 
come of th^ school fund, and the satte reason's, th^t indnced the legisla- 
ture to require that a school should be maintained three itaonths, would 
now seem to justify a requirement of five. Seventeen veims have pawed 
since the p^^esent law was enacted, and the ability of the l»e6ple to meet 
the expenses of education has at least quadrupled ^Sl^in that time, and it 



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is belieTed that a law requiring that a .school shall be taught not Jesa 
than one hundred dajs during the year, in order to entitle the diatriol to- 
a share of the annual apportionment of the income of the school fund, 
would be generally and neartily approved. 

The following table shows^ for each year since the present school sys*' 
tern went into <^>eration, (1), the total number of children in the state 
oyer four and under twenty years of age ; (2), the total number hating 
attended the public schools some portion of the year; (3), the per cent: of 
attendance as compared with the whole number of school age ; and, (4), the 
average number of days schools have been taught : 



YKAR. 



1849, 
1860, 
1861, 
1862, 
1868, 
1864, 
1866» 
1866, 
1867, 
1868, 
1869, 
1860, 
1861, 
1862, 
1868, 
1864, 
1866, 



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70, 457 
92, 047 
111,481 
124, 788 
188,879 
166,126 
186, 960 
218, 886 
241, 645 
264,077 
278,871 
288,984 
'299, 188 
808,056 
820,966 
829,906 
885,682 



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82, 147 

61, 507 

7^,944 

88»042 

97,886 

103,988 

122,462 

184,858 

168, 618 

171,886 

188^477 

194,867 

198, 448 

191, 866 

215, 168 

211,119 

228,067 



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^ia87 


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45 


71 


66 


74 


70 


74 


71 


76 


69 


76 


65 


77 


64 


84 


64 


99 


60 


•> 


68 


122 


64 


121 


67 


186 


66 


182 


62 


109 


67 


120 


64 


1201 


66 


184i 



From the above table it appears, that during the seventeen years 
covered by the reports^ there has been an average of nxty-fowr out of each 
hundred of school age who have attended the public shools during a par( 
of the year. The actual daily attendance cannot be accurately calculated 
for the past seventeen years, but for the present year it is fifty p^r cent, 
of the number registered; that is of the sixty- six pupils registered for 
eacht hundred of school age, there was an average daily attendance of 
ihirty'ihnt during the 13^ days the schools were in operation. Or to 
state the fact in other worcU, there has been an average attendanoe of 
thirty^three< children in the sehools doring eaeh of the 184} daye the 
« sohoob were in session, for eaoh 100 who were ovor four and under 
twenty years of age. From this it appears, that Peking one day willi 



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another, during the six mpnths the sehoolei are open, the number of 
children who are not in the public schools, is to the number who are, as 
2 is' to 1. This result would be brit little modified, 'should the number 
attending private schools be taken into account. 



TEACHERS. 

UntU 1862 there was no reliable report showing the number of teach* 
ers employed in the public schools of the state. The numbers since that 
year are as follows : 



Year. 



1862, 
1868, 
1864, 
1866, 



Males. 


Females. 


2,488 
1,894 
1,704 
2,222 


4,686 
6,609 
6,876 
6,810 



TolaL 



7,069 
7,408 
7,679 
7,682 



An increase in the number of female teachers, on account of the war,* 
was to be expected. Still, the increase is less than was generally guppo8*> 
ed, and there has been an increase in the number of male teacherg doQog 
1865 of 518. The demand for teachers is at present greater than the 
supply. Hundreds of persons posseasing very limited attainmenta are 
employed, not because the people are indifferent to their qualifications, 
but because the school houses would be unoccupied, if only those fitted 
were selected as teachers. 

During the past year there hare been granted 7,082 certificates. Of 
these, 59 were of the JirH grade, 195 of the second grade, and 6,828 of 
the third grade ; reported as follows : 



Male teachers,.. 
Female ieaobers, 

Total, 



IstOrade. 



86 
28 



69 



2d Grade. 



64 
181 



196 



8d Grade. 



1,990 
4,888 



6,828 



Total 



2,000 
4,992 



7.082 



The highest, or fini^ade certificate is granted on examination in Or- 
thoepy, Orthography, Reading, Penmawhip, Intelleetual and Written 
Arithmetic, Grammar, Geography, Fhyaiology, Physical Geograpkyi* 
AlMbra, History of the United fltates, Natural Philosophy, ©•ort^try, 
attd Theory and Art of T^aobing. 



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The names of those who reoeived first grade certificates, and the ooan« 
ties ill whtch they were granted are as fidfows : 



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Gentlemen. 



Counties. 



ThaddeuB Lamon, 

N. £. Goldthwaite,... 
8. A. HoWinianu^.... 
H. A. Went!,.. 

A. J.HowlancL 

N. P. Gage,..: 

Maurice MdB^enner^.. . . . 

B. BaTeoporti' 

CoBTad Ifattsfi.. 

D. C. Oveen... ...... 

Wm. Ahem, 44 

js. jra*Duiee| •••••••••...... 

J. H. Osheni, < 

F.O.Atwell, 

Pet^r Coa&laD, 

P. ,R. Gannon, 

Je&n Biobardii^..,., 
Charles Hblues,... 

Wni. H. Kelntosh, 

N, B.CarTer,M 

Irving R. Spooner,.. 

Ii. H« Wmrfsn.. 

J. N. WeHs, 

8. M. White, 

T. H. Earle, 

M. W. Martin, 

Wm. B. Mnmbrae,. •• 
J. M. Jackson, 



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Columbia 

Dane, 2d District. 
Dodge,. ...do..... 

Dunn 

Eau Claire 

Fond da Lac 

......uo««»*.. •••.»• 

Gteen.. 

.'.•••.do»«. 

Jefferson.. 

La Fayette 

I. •.■•do»«. .•••••••• 

do 

Marathon, 

MUw'kee^lstDlst 
vxauKeeM. •••«••••• 

Portage 

Baolne 

'•.....QO.. •••••• •••*.• 

Kichland- 

Bock^ 2d Dist.... 
Trempealeau...... 

Waukesha 

do 

Waupaca 

dc 

......do 

Wood 



Ladies. 



Ellen E. Merrill, 

£. H. Hooker,... 

Jennie Trowbridge,... 

Eliza Sawjer,.. 

Bfinerva Perry, 

Mattie 8. North,... 

L. £. Cooper,.,... 

Augusta Kidder,. 

Louisa J. Soribner,,... 

Laura L. Wilson, 

Phebe B. Boss, 

Anna Kennada,.* 

JuUette Holliflter, ...... 

Kellie Bmiih, m.^.. 

Amanda Knox,...* 

Annie Langton,.... 

Fannie Jeffreys,.. 

Sarah Megran,.. 

J. M. Swartx, 

Ellen J. Merritt, 

Jane C. Bovee,. •••••««.. 

Mary BL Cox,,.. 

Mary G. Sherman...... 

Mary C. Nelson, 



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Columbia. 
Dane, 2d Dist 
Dodge, 2d Dist. 
Dodge, 2d Dist. 
Dodge, 2d Dist 
Dodge, 2d Dist. 
Eau Claire. 
Eau Claire. 
Fond du Lac. r-. 
Grant. 
La Fayette. 
La Fayette. , 
f»La Fayette. 
La Points. 
La Pointe. 
MUw'kee,l8t,Di8ti 
MUw'kee,l8tDisi 
Portage. 
Baoins. 
Bock, 2d Dist. 
Book, 2d Dist. 
St. Croix. . 
Walworth. 
Waukesha. 



It should be observed that the teachers of schools in cities and incorpo- 
rated Tillages are generally examined by boards of education or city 
superintenaents, ana no report of the examination is made to this office, 
hence the names of some of oar beat teachers do not appear in the aboye 
list. In some oases county superintendents have failed to report the 
names of thosc^ examined ; this will explain the fact that less than 59 
names are gi^en in the table. 



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TEACHEB8' WAGES. 



There has been an increase in the monthly wages paid for teaching, 
during the past year, which shows an appreciation of, and liberality 
towards the teachers of our public schools. The numerous applications 
made to this office for well qualified teachers, show that there is a desire on 
the part of the peo{>!e, in many of the viUages, to employ tfnd liberally 



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pat Ibose who are fitted by eduoation and expttrienoe to tak« charge of 
anion or graded Hchoob. It has been fonnd qaite impossible, howeyer, 
to answer these applications faTorably. 

The following table shows the monthly wagel paid *to teachers since 
1849, and the ratio of the wages of female teachers to those of male 
teachers : 



Tear. 



1849,. 4. 

1860,- 

1861,- 

1862,- 

1868, 

1864,- 

1866, ^ 

1866,- 

1867, 

1868, *..... 

1869,- 

1860, ..^ 

1861, 

1862,- 

1868, — ■.«.... 

1864, —•••■•••■.• 

1866, - •.•••••• 



Male. 


$16 22 


17 14 


.. 17 16 


16 88 


18 17 


18 76 


28 10 


26 88 


24 60 


27 02 


.22 08. 


24 20 


28 01 


26 82 


27 11 


82 89 


86 46 



FemaU. 



Batic. 
per et. 



»6^2 
8t97 
886 
864 
9 94 

11 00 

12 08 

18 80 
16 16 
14 92 
14 29 
16 80 
14 62 
16 82 
16 81 

19 48 
22 24 



46 

C2 
4ft 

64 
60 
60 
62 
64 
62 
66 
68 
68 
68 
61 
62 
60 
61 



SCHOOL TAXES. 



The following is a statement of the aggregate valoations of real and 
personal property, and of the amounts raised for school purposes daring 
each of the past ten years. 



Tear. 



1866, .-. 
1866,.-. 
1867, .-. 
1868,.-. 
1869,.-. 
1860, .-. 
1861, .— • 

lODiS, «— f 

1868,.-. 
1864...... 



Aggregate Yalnation 
of property in the 
Stote. 

$87, 600, 000 
160, 000, 000 
160, 000, 000 
176, 000, 000 
168, 620, 288 
184, 062, 686 
180, 984, 864 
182,607,222 
188, 071, 778 
162, 662, 762 



Amottnt raised for 
School purposes. 

180, 192 57 
72, 604 88 
128, 161 t)4 
147, 919 66 
464,261 42 
402,766 28 
728,180 26 
679, 798 94 
821,869 78 
908^182 04 



Amount 
per dol. 

Uilla. 
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Si 

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Until 1860 the reports of school officers were tery inaccurate. The 
blanks were then so modified as to render the reports much more reliable. 



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The amouat raised by taxation and received from other sonrees, for the 
support of schools daring the past year, is 91,055,101 33, as will be seen 
from the following sammary of the financial statisjtics of the connty super- 
intendents' reports : 



Taxes for buildinf and repaiviagi 

Taxes for taeL and incidentalSi 

Taxes for teachers' wages, 

Taxes for apparatus, 

Taxes for libraries, *^* 

Taxes to pay oldi indebtedness, 

Income of the school fund 

Taxes leTied by town meetings,^ 

Taxes leried by boards of superrlsors,. 

Tnition of non resident pupils, 

From all other source?,... 

For building and repairing, • 

For ftiel and inoidenUls,... 

For serriees of male teachers, s.....^ 

For serriees of female teachers,... 

For apparatus, etCn - 

For liorariesy etc., 

For old indebtednes?, 

For school Aimiture« 

For registers, records, etc...... 

For all other purposes, 



Money on hand August 81, 1864, , 
Money on hand August 81, 1866,. 
Error in reports,... 



Reoeipto. 



190, 649 84 

74, 861 18 

888,627 76 

S,786 18 

l,ai4 01 

20, 890 66 

184, 148 87 

61,804 04 

108, 776 44 

6,205 09 

47, 692 64 



$982,266 61 
122, 846 72 



$1, 066» 101 88 



Disbursements. 



$86,420 06 

91, 968 68 

. 189, 614 a^ 

471, 257 50 

4,<»6.«0 

2,111 9» 

80, 146 82 

6,992 54 

2, 928 42 

27,261 60 



$918, 222 85 



180,441 85 
11, 487 18 



$1,065,101 88^ 



No reports relating to finances were reoeiyed ftrom the 1st District of 
Dodge coanty, nor from Burnett, Polk and St. Oroiz counties. # 

The reports forwarded hy the Superintendents of Adams, Ashland ^ 
Buffalo, Ualumet, Columhia, Door, Douglas, Juneau, Kenosha, Manilo- 
woo. 1st Distriot Milwaukee, Ooonto, Pierce, Bacine, Ist District Rook, 
SheooYgan, Yemon and Waupaca were balanced, and were therefore re- 
garded as reliable. 

The summary presented can be regarded only as an japproximation to- 
wards an accurate statement of the school expenses for the past school 
year. In respect to one item it will be bbserred there is a mistake of 
$17,667 47. This is in reporting the receipts from the apportionment of 
1865, and yet, there is no part of the ifeport required of the Distriot 
Clerks less difficult to render properly than this. The inference from the 
reports rendered by County Superintendents, is, that many District 



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Boards do not keep their accounts in sufih a manner as to enable the clerka 
to state th^ sources and auiount of receipts, and the objects and amotintdf 
expenditures during the year. From only eighteen "oF .the nity-one 
County Superintendents, have th6 financial reports been correct, or relia^ 
ble. No blame can attach to the county superintendents, inasmuch as 
their reports are compiled from those of town clerks, and the reports of 
town clerks are made up of the reports of district clerks. 

The latter, then, aire responsible for the errors reported to this office^ 
and without greater care and more system in keeping their accounts, noth- 
ing reliable can be known in regard to school expenses. 

There has been raised during the past year by tax, for school purposes, 
92 70 for each child over 4 and under 20 years of age, and $1 07 for eaoh 
person registered. as a member of the public schoojl^. 

The amount raE8ed,»diyided by the average daily attendande, will show 
that for each person attending school 184^ days there has been a tax of 
98 10. If the amount or tax raised for permanent improvemeats be ex- 
cluded from the estimate, and only the amount raised for teachers' wages 
and Incidental expenses be considered, we find the following result: 

Azerage tax for toiiioiL of eaoh pupil in .actual atteadanee, the aTer- 

age ttumberof days during whloh schools were taaght, ,•.. $5 7S 

AT€rag« tax for tuition of each person registered, ^.. 3 37 

Assuming the whole sum expended for educational purposea, at 
91>07S,O00, which is rather below than above the true amount, ve find the 
following result; 

Average amount expended for each person over 4 and under 20 years of age,..$ff 20 

Average amount expended for eaoh person registered, ^ 4 82 

Average amount expended for eaoh person in attendance during the average 
time schools were taught, 60 

It will be observed that the tax required to support those who are reg- 
istered, but who are absent a portion of the time the][schooIs are in session 
is one of the largest paid by the people of the state. The direct cost of 
irregularity and absenteeism is about one-half the whole cost, or, in other 
words, fifty cents of each dollar expended for educational purposes is wast- 
ed hy providing school houses and teachers for those who need but do not 
use them. The facts developed by our school returns will, we think, lead 
to the conclusion that in no other department of human labor is there such 
needless waste of both time and money as in .the management of our pub- 
lic schools. 

K 

SCHOOL HOUSES AND SCHOOL HOUSE SITES. 

The number of public school houses is 4,338^ accommodating 241,593 
pupils. The increase in number of school houses during the past year is 
162. There are 370 built of stone or briok. The number having out- 
houses in ffood oondition is 1,418. There are 517 still withoil^t black- 
boards, ana oiilv 750 are furnbliied with outliae maps« 3^943 are not 
provided with clocks. 



483 

In regard Co sites' the reports show 3,454 contaiimig less than one Mre^i* 

and (mly Wl weD enclosed. .•.:»•♦ 

The eaah valao of sahool iouses U.<< u • $l,4l^6,a99«§A»» 

ThecfB)iialtteofMt«9,....v--- ' - 214,^^ gS^, 

f 1, 66«,'7trf\w;^ 

There are buildings in twenty eovnties Taltted each at $5,00i ortto^i' 
The bailding Talned highest is in Milwankee, its estimated worih bri^g 
921,^0. In th« appendix will be fiotind more detailed information. ^>^ •> 

With inorease of wealth there is a desire for better sohool hoiMeB''liiS' 
most parts of the state* The people understand that ease and comifeptpt 
are essential to the progress of their children in study. Dnring the>ftt^ 
year many sohool nouses were built that indicate both intelKgenee'attd''* 
taste. Most of Our eities and large TiHages are provided with 8olioel»>« 
buildings fhatreie^t credit upon the State. In •eme instanees tIiefHi>: 
buildings are fulnlshed in a beeoming manner. The aisles are carpeted^ • 
the windows curtained and the walls adorned with mape^ charts and pic^ ' 
tures. The number of such buildings is increasing year by year. It is, 
however, not to bo denied, that there are still in existence Hundreds of 
buildings, of forbidding appearance, and in a dilapidated condition, used 
for school purposes, where children are gathered and subjected to all the 
pernicious influeneeft that furniture illy constraoted, rooms poorly wacmed, 
lighted and ventilaied; walls begrimed with dirt, and windows hsokaoi . 
and uncurtained, can exert. The indifference of parents to these thipgrf 
is aa disgraceful as it is inexplicable. The disliko that children feel 
toward school is too often the effect of causes that parental intereett'Wi^, 
attention could easily remove. To willingly sit and study in such school 
rooms as a few we have visited during the paat year^ would argue a degree^, 
of apathy that children, fortunately, seldom reach. 

The reports , received at this ofBce show that more than two-third^^ of 
the outhouses belonging to the public schools are in bad conditioxi; ' ^n 
some instances these are entire! v wanting. Providing these neeesskify" 
buildings would seem to be only heeding the simplest dictates of de^eney;:^ 
It is to be regretted' that county superintendents do not possess the power' ' 
of compelling district boards to remove the disgrace that th,e lack of thebe* 
brings upon our common schools. Refinement and purity are not easily 
rooted out of the minds and hearts of children, but there are some assaults 
that it is difficult for even innate feelings to wichstand. 

The small number of sites that are suitably inclosed is by no means 
creditable to the people of the state. The influence of pleasant surroun* 
dings is understood by all intelligent people. Were our children, while 
at school, aocustomed to planting and protecting trees and shrubbery, a 
taste would be developed that would produce good results in after life. 

Much mone^ is wasted in building sohool houses without any suitable 

Elan from which to work. No building committee should attempt to 
uild until they have obtained caref^illy prepared designs and drawings of 
the proposed building. These, after careful examination, may be modi* 
fied so as to conform to the views of the committee. Unless tbe plan is 



484 

••M^pleted before work ^ commenced, the oo&t of extras will ten times ez- 
aeed the cost of all the drawings necessary. Besides, many of our school 
howses are built by contract, and if there are no drawings, or if those pro- 
Tided are imperfeet, theibailding committee {place themselyes completely 
IB the power of the bailder. Every architect knows that no contract can 
he to expressed in words without the aid of well drawn plans, as to pre- 
clude the builder from doing the work for ten percent, less than it should 
cosi, a«d y^t not violate the terms of agreement 

We visited, several school buildings during the past aommer, which 
cost from t5,000 to $20,000 each, that are so Uly arranged, as regards 
blackboards, desks, wardrob]Bs, recitation rooms, meims. of warming and 
veatilnlion, as to be comparatively unfit for school purposeB, and yet an 
expeodifture of a small sum for plans prepared by a good archi* 
teiot .would have provided conveniences, that hundreds of dollars cannot 
now secure. District Boards contemplating building, are invited to cor- 
respond with this I>;»partment^nd such informataon will k^ given andsug- 
festiotts made, as may be useful in those cases where an, architect cannot 
e conveniently oonsnlted. 



PBIVATJS SCHOOLS NOT INCORPOIUTED. 

■ ' . 
The number of private unincorporated sohoda ceportad is eight less 
than in 1864. The following statement is compiled. from the reports of 
the present year : . 

NiMi4>er of pmate uninoorpoTAted sokoels in Uie state, 229 

Naiaber of papili registered who have not attended a distriot seboo! during 

tke year, '. -. 7,985 

Average number in daily attendanee^ ^ 6,864 

Number of teachers employed, ; • ,.«....m .«. ••.... 242 

The imperfect rcturos render a statement of the average length of time 
smtih schools were in sebsioi:,in:po8aibIe. Indeed, there is little reliance to 
bo placed upon the reports in legard to this class o.f schools* They, as a 
general thiug, make no reports, and not being under the supervision of 
anv aohool officer, it is difficult to obtain informaiion concerning them. 
AU the facts relating to them, so far as known in this office, will be found 
in the appendix. 



! 



f« 



AOAVBHUa, SnUMAHIB AHD INBTITOTU. 



Tba foUowing t&ble embraeeB aach facts in regard to tbU olaaa of aobMb 
ai bare been reported : 



Abitraet of Bqxtrfi of Aeadcmie$, Semit 



../orlSW. 



CcTWtnf ii»iM of 
tniUlDlioQ. 


Han* af pUea 
«ber« located. 




BftntKH) Col. InaiU,, 
Banboo Fern. Sem^- 


Albion,.- 

Baraboo, 

Baraboo, 




Branaon InaUtnttv.. 
Dnrandlnatitiii*,... 
BTansTillc Scminarj 

lADcaslerlnatituIe,. 
Milton Aeidemy, 

Wateiloo Aoadetny,- 
W»Bk«ih« 8emLn»ry, 
Wteleyim SemiBar;, 


PaiDtBlaS; 

Dorand, 

EraixWlle, 

LancsBler, 




Ooanomairoo, ...~ 

PlaUaWtta, - 

Waierloo, 

Waukesha, 

(ToBt Ban Clalro, 











There are, piobablj, sobooli not enWaMd in tbe foregoiog Ubie (hat 
oaght to have beeta reported. The Oflrmaii Bngliah Aeadem; of Mil- 
wankee is omitted, Inl 18 is well kaown to be at^irab); navaged by its 
aoeotnpHthtd' pt^Bcipal knd eftefenl board of tmaldaa. Theeenraeof 
stiidj JB practioal, and its diseipliDe^xoolleDt. Il poaaeascB a oabinetwell 
arrasgcd and ioffioieiKtj'tKteoaive'fbr porpoeea of inBtrnetion, asd the 
■cboet ie donbileoe one of the best (n the Wtst 

No report* are received from tbo high sohools^ eontainiag definite iafor- 
matlon (n regard to them. They aw iooladed in the general- report 
There are Bchoolxrf tfals'olaN la Beloit^ Berlin, Delaran, Fond^ La4, 
JaneiviHe, Kenoeba, Oikkosh, PorUge, B»oina and Wanpnn which are 
inferior lo vtive in riie<Btate. Il la to this elass of askoola and to onr 
aeadaraiea thafc we mwe hwlc- ftir the traiiring that is to fit onr jonngnen 
for the prmtioal pnrssits' of life; Ererj oity and Tillage onght to foood 



486 



a high school «8 'BOOB as inraetinable; #to o«oi|dpliAirtAit8 primary and 
grammar schools, and many of the thickly settled towns of the state could, 
with sreat advantage, make proyision for educatii^ their children by 
'ttunflmg central schools of a grade higher than Tie ordinary public 
schools. 



COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 



There aye nine oolleges and universities in the state. Ea.'h has been 
struggling for a right to live ; and several, it is hoped, have secured it. 
I^me Rr^ endowed, and thus give promise of futur^ usefulness. While 
these bndowments are small, in comparison with those of older institu- 
tiJ6^s, jthey nevertheless show an^ appreciation of higher culture. A large 
number of those attending this class of schools are siombers of the pre- 

Eyiratqry departments. Until the High Schools and Academies shall fit 
oys io enter up<hi the collegiate course, the preparatory departments of 
ttie colleges oatinot be dispensed with, but it is believed that the day of 
spall things is passing away, and that the higher institutions will soon 
ba relieved of work that does not legitimately belong to them. 
. .. The meed of higher educatioi) begins to be felt py the people of the 
(, 'stfite. * If our public schools are to realize the hopes indulged in regard to 
: them, they must be energised by inftwiences originatiag above and not be- 

• low them. This is the law of edncatioiud development. In the pa^t his- 
;^^ i&tj of our state there is found little Evidence of^generai interest m higher 
fj^eduoation. Nor is this surprising, When -the social condition of a new 
•f state is considered. The. first work tjo be dode is to subdue nature, and 

' provide for physical well being, to olbar the land, to make roads, to bvild 
:> 'hduseg, and to provide such institutions as are indispensabJe te the ezis- 

* ^ tence*of society. Education was early reooghieed as a prime necessity, but 

it was that kind of education essential to society in an undeveloped state, 
, ,l)ut^ with increased wealth and diversified pursuits we may look for a wi- 
der popular sympathy with intellectual culture, and a more efficient sup- 
port of higher institutions of learning. The wide sjpread sympathy with 
popular education and popular literature, which we observe, must culmi- 
nate in a desire for systematic and generous culture. The opinion that 
^tr public schools can meet the eduoatioaal wants of the state is both 
ifillioious and misohievous. In ik^m. ai« tau^t those things neeessary 

• it^ be known by every member of the oomiaaaityt S^hey do not rise above 
the average intelligence of the people ; th^ are the etponeiits of the 

' average at different tiines. - They do not represent the attainments oi the 
OKNit advanced members of the cemmunity e« the one hand, nor the igaor- 
anee and prejudice of the least advanced on the other, But sooiety should 

• be progressive. This implies the 'discovery oC new truths aad their ap- 

f plication to the needs of humanity. But new truths ave the result of 
eng study and oalm reflection. They are revealed to but few at first 
NeeeHary to their disoovery are libtaries, tnnBeums, apparatus. These, 
wtth learned men, eonstitute a college or U0ivei«i(by. O^pesilioii to instt- 
: tolioBS that afford leisure and facilities ferreeearehaftdritady. betrays a 
' ilaek of aympathjr with the progress of S€oiety> as well as a want of kaowl- 



487 

« 

edge of the conditions of ite adyanc^mei^ {^44 the duty of the state to 
cherisK and aid its higher ingtjtutiona, for ^tftbaieby. me«t eJSeetaally se- 
cures me prbsperity of all. This may not be the most propitious time 
to oonif der ihe claims of these schools, but there is little doulbt that when 
the tin^e arnyes, their importance to the prosperity of the sUte will se- 
cure f(jr them a fnvorable consideration. 

ThejjPollo^iog is an abstract of the reports in regard to bolleges and 
uniyersitieB returned by county superintendents : 



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II • 



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iiii 



laaautopaa jo imnontv 



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1 


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i 


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4 


3 


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489 
SCHOOL FUND. 



Tlie amonats belonging to the productiTe portion of the achool fand, on 
' the SOth day of September, 1865, were as follows : 



• 



Amount due on land sold on o^riificates, $676, Oft? 11 

Aaoiini due on mortgages, .- 280, 122 75 

Amoont of oertificates of state indebtedness,.. 897, 000 00 

Amovint of state bonds,.....,... ••• .«... 108, 700 00 

Fund bearing 7 per cent interest, $1,064,850 



The condition of this fund on the SOth day of September, 1864, was as 
follows : 

Amount due on land sold on certificates, $861, 217 50 

Amount due on mortgages, 671, 186 90 

Amount of certificates of state indebtedness, 516, 800 00 

Amount of stata bonds, 108,700 00 

Amount of swamp land certificates and loans, 66,070 01^ 

Fund bearing 7 per cent, interest, $2, 118,428 56 



The revenue accruing to the rchool fund from the sales of swamp lands 
proTious to June Ist, 1865, was, by chapter 537 of the laws of lb65, abol- 
ished ; and in lieu thereof, twenty*>five per cent, of the income of the 
normal school fund is to be annually apportioned with the income of the 
school fund, until such income shall reach the sum of two hundred thou* 
sand dollars. Under the provisions of the act referred to there has been 
transferred from the productive school fund of 1864 to the normal school 
fund $248,460 00. This amount did not belong to the school fund on 
aooount of sales of school Isnds, but was the net proceeds of money trans* 
ferred from sales of swamp and selected lands to the school fund and 
loaned in 185/ and 1858. 

There is a dcorease in t^e amount due on lands sold on certificateb, of 
<$186,180 46 ; and in the amount due on mortgages of $282,013 15, mak- 
ing $468,193 61. This arises from payments and forfeitures ezceedbe 
ihe loans to individaals during the year. All loans made from this fund 
doring the past year have been made to the state. Jhis is indioated by an 
inorease of $280,700 in certificates of state indebtedness, which is $87,- 
498 71 less than the decrease on individual loans. Adding to this the sum 
of $66,070 09 reported last year as due on swampland loans and certifi- 
eates, and we have $153,563 80 as the decrease in the productive portion 
of the sehool fund for the past year. 

If one-fourth of the normal school fund be added to the school fund, the 
SJdoo. 



490 

total aiuoaDt, the income from which will \e apportioned in June next, 
follows : 



Amount due on land sold on ceriiftcateSi... $676,DS^7 11 

Amount due on mortgages, 289 128 75 

Amount due on certificates of state indebtedness, / 897,000 00 

Amoant due on state bonds, 108, 700 00 

One ^aifter of the normal school fund,.... 146^^46 46 

Total - ^ «2,118,«)G 82 



The school fund, as reported by the superiatendents of public instractioD 
for ihe past seventeen years, is as follows : 

1849, $8,600 00 ' 

1860, 688,094 41 

1861, 766, 109 49 

1862, .s... 819,200 60 

1868, 1,141,804 28 

1864, 1, 670, 268 77 

1866 Y 1,897,269 80 

1866, 1,869,242 82 

1867, 2,007,944 15 

1868, 2, 846, 846 84 

1869, 2, 786, 767 03 

1860, 2,889,694 49 

1861 2, 468, 861 49 

1862, 2,219,906 59 

1868 2,262,466 15 

1864, 2,118,428 56 

1865, 2,118,606 82 



It will be se^n that the fund reached its maximom in 1858, since which 
time it has annually decreased, except in 1861 and 1868,. The loss to the 
productive fund has now reached $732,340 02. Of course, this loss is 
not absolute. As the productive fund diminishes, the non-productiva fond 
increases, but, there is reason to think that a large part of the apparent 
Io88,above mentioned, is real, on account of the worthless security that 
loans were based upon during the first ten years of the administration of 
the fund. The manner of investing the trust funds of the state, at pre- 
sent adopted, precludes the possibility of loss, and it is hoped that not 
another dollar may ^er be loaned to individuals. If the past shall ran- 
der us wiser for the future, it will in some degree, compensate us for the 
humiliation, although it cannot remove the disgrace which every honest 
citizen feels as he reviews the early history of the common school fand of 
th» state, 

The non productive portion of the school fund consists of 16th seoti^i 
lands and the 500,009 acre tract. 



491 

Od the 30th of Septcmher, 1865, of tho lands owned hy the state, the 
Anmher of acres belonging to the ^School Fund was as follows : 



16th«ctio».I .600.W>0 ! 



State lands forfeited 

State lands unsold, 

State lands neTor offered,... 

Total number of acres, 



No. Acres. 



807, 878 00 

106, 085. 00 

40.00 



412, 458. 00 



ACRE TRACT. 



— I 



Total 



Number of 
No. Acres. Acres. 



102, 628. 00 



..•••.*••••«••••• 



102, 628. 00 



410,006.00 

105, 086. 00 

40.00 

515,081.00 



The number of acres forfeited for the year ending September 30, 1865 
was 25,740.65. 

The dues on forfeited mortgaged lands at the same date were S144.758. 
98,'and the payments on certificates daring the last fiscal year amonoted to 
$14I],089 49. 

Various estimates as to the probable amount that the common school 
fund would ultimately reach, have, from year to year, been prepared. In 
1849 the amount it would probably reach, was estimated by the Superin* 
tendant of Public Instruction, at (5,119,985 52. In 1850 another esti- 
mate changed it to 15,301,943 44. As late as 1858 the annual report Itohi 
this department contained a carefully prepared estimate, fixing the sum 
at $4,783,604 44. In 1860 my predecessor reduced this sum to $3;234,. 
156 96, and in his report for 1861 increased it to $3,554,632 74, and in 
1862, after a careful estimate made by the school land commissioners, the 
fund productive and prospective was estimated at 93,480,196 95. 

There is no doubt that these estimates were made with due care, but 
certainly; an estimate that would now fix the school fund, both present 
andfprospective, at $3,000,000 could scarcely be coosidered moderate. 
Were the dues on Forfeited Mortgaged Lands all paid, and should t-he 
fund realise $1 25 per acre for all lands belonging to it, the amount would 
be but $2,763,475 84 or little more than half the estimate of Hon> E. 
Boot, made in 1850. 



492 



The Transactwn$ in the School IStnd for the fiscal year ending September 
BOthf 1865, ai ihown by the Report of the Secretary of S^ote, were <u 
follows : 



1 



BaleSi 

Dues, 

Loans, • • 

Penalty and advertising,^. 

Fines, 

Taxes, 

0. 8. for 5 per cent., dae on sales of public lands, 

Refunded from Brown oountj, 

Transferred ftrom school fund income, 



Receipts. 



931,029 81 

188, 495 62 

182, 176 95 

8,471 95 

1,692 49 

22, 628 06 

148, 784 06 

7 86 

14 00 



Disbnrse'mis. 



Adams county, delinquent tax, 

Ashland, do 

Brown, » do 

Buffalo do 

Burnett, do 

Calumet, do 

Chippewa, do 

Clark, do 

Colnmbia, do 

Crawford, do 

Dallas, * do 

Dane,.. do 

Dodge, do 

Boor, do 

Douglas, do 

Dunn, do 

Sau Claire, do 

Fond du Lao, do 

Grant, do 

Green, do. 

Green Lake, do 

Iowa,.. do 

Jackson, do 

Jefferson, do 

Juneau, do 

Kewaunee, ....•••..do 

La Crosse, do 

La Payette, do 

Manitowoc, do ^ 

Marathon, do 

Marquette do 

Milwaukee, do 

Monroe, ..do 

Oconto,... do 

Outagamie, do 

Ozaukee, do 

Pepin, do 

Pierce, do. 



1528, 800 80 



$78 68 

46 87 
645 18 
448 12 

21 09 
1,484 78 
256 88 
198 45 
286 16 
117 08 

5 44 
361 62 

46 18 
286 98 

68 68 
225 89 
281 71 
112 68 

618 85 
^80 26 
^45 29 
771 79 

619 14 
56 83 

110 04 
486 28 
448 92 
808 40 
828 40 
299 48 
196 92 
128 09 
857 25 
228 75 

1, 690 67 
10 88 
18 64 

1,698 8T 



493 



TRANSACTIONS IN THE SCHOOL FUND— con/mtwef. 



* Polk, county, delinquent tax, 

Portftge do 

Baeine,. do 

BiohUnd,.^ do 

Eock, do 

St Croix, do 

Sauk,^ do 

Shawano, do 

Sheboygan, do 

Trempealeau, do 

Vernon,...^ do 

Washington, do 

Waukesha, do 

Wtfupaca, do 

Waushara, do « 

Winnebago, do 

Wood, do 



!*••«••• ••>»*• • ••«««i 



Atwood & Rublee, printing and advertising, 

L. M. Andrews & Co., advertising forfeited lands,.. 

Bintliff & Carr, do^ 

J. W. Blake, do 

J. M. Braokett, do 

Brannan & Turner, do 

T. O. Brainard, do 

Bliss & Otis,^ do..... 

J. R. Bohan,.... do » 

J. C. Cover, do..««...«« 

S. Ooleman,.. ...do 

G-. W. Carpenter, do < 

Caraoy & Stout, do ...— • 

Bd ward Decker, do 

W. H. Pamham, do •. < 

Qt%j & Davis...... do .*• 

Geo. Gray & Co., do. 

R. HopUns, do 

T. B. Haughawout,... do 

J. P. Humes,.. do 

Jot. Harris, do 

0. 8. Harl» do 

J. E. Ingraham,..- ..do* 

0. Johnson, do 

Knapp^ Stout &Co., do 

Lsland ft Bennett^.. do 

Prank Lsland, do 

8. 8. Loo^M.«...*.M • do»....t... 

A. J. LawBOD, •••••••do... < 

D. McBride,.. do 

W.J. Park, printing, 

Pease ft Cogan, advertising forfeited lands,. 

Bobinson ft Bro., do 

Reed It Haghea, do...... 

B. D. Roesi do 

Rockwell k Upham, do ....< 

H. N. Roes, do 



Receipts, i Disbursem' tt^ 



$160 

298 

II 

1,010 

118 

2,808 

679 

1,168 

62 

816 

824 

17 

8 

494 

178 

74 

168 

1,716 

20 

14 

29 

28 

80 

82 

26 

8 

15 

22 

11 

12 

8 
15 

2 
10 
20 
26 

8 
88 
10 
19 
12 
10 

2 
26 

7 
27 
446 
41 
19 
18 



42 
18 



89 

99^ 

61 

86 

61 

18 

06 ^ 

06 

69 

56 

09 

81 

86 

06 

96 

77 

09 

00 

7a 

60 
60 
00 
14 
66 
75 
76 
50 
12 
48 
60 
60 
00 
60 
00 
50 
00 
60 
00 
7d 
50 
00 
60 
60 
00 
OO 
60 
80 
76 
88 
00 
00 
60 
15 



494 



TRANSACTIONS IN THE SCHOOL FUND— concluded. 



-« 



0. B. k L, C. Rtdfield, ftdTerfciaing forfeited lands,. 

J. A. Smith, do 

Stowers & Lockerbj, do 

A. C. Saaford, -do 

C. K. Shftw, ^.do 

Smith A Benton, -.do ~ 

J. A. Somerby, do - 

S. W. Smith,. ...^ -do 

C. Seymour, • do.« 

Sohoff, Winnegsr & Co., ....do 

J. B. & H. M. Stooking,...-do........... 

R. Tompkins, do 

T. L. Terry & Co, do.«^.^ 

Thomson & RoberiS, do............»*..x 

H. A. Taylor & Co^ do 

John Turner, .••••^•« ».*.Mdo»< 

Lb A. Taylor, •••••••*• ..•..•..•.•do.« 

0. Tan Waters..., do.. 

L. B. Wright, do.. 

T, 0. Wisner, do.. 

(X D. Waldo, ••..•• ••M«M.«««...do».« —m 
W. HM. J. H. Waggoner,. ..do«««^... 

Loaosi, 

Befunded,w * 

Transferred to normal sohool fund,. 



*•••••••••« ••*•*«»»• ••••.••••••( 



Balance September 80, 1864, 
BaUnce September 80, 1866,. 



s^ 



Receipts. 



Diabarsem'ts. 



.•«««•••. ••••••••• 



28 50 
7 78 
18 00 
21 26 
12 tl 
12 60 
66 00 
28 83 
27 00 
10 60 
20 50 
14 01 
12 00 
26 60 
74 60 
2191 
32 00 
4 84 
18 88 
24 00 
10 40 
80 60 

480^778 00 
1,7^ 79 

14, 170 68 



628, 800 
8,498 



80 T 
94! 




621»884 19 
' 10,*'4m'06 



$681,799 34 



« • 



495 

Tlie amount received from ''fines coUected in the several coantieB for 
an J breac